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TRAD IRISH group Shaskeen will play a charity concert tomorrow to raise funds for both the Samaritans and St Nicholas’ Collegiate Church.
Our photograph today shows the St Mary’s College hurling team which won the competition played between their school, Garbally, and St Flannan’s in 1924. The diocesan magazine The Mantle published this image and provided an update on the players in 1959, so the notes after their names describe their status in 1959.
Buccaneers bid to finish the season on a high when their u19 squad chases All-Ireland cup glory in what should be a highly competitive final against Malone at Forenaughts, home of Naas RFC on Sunday. This bank holiday cracker kicks off at 3pm.
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The joint club AGM election of officers is as follows: president Tom Rothwell. Election of committee men’s club: Captain Michael Healy, vice captain Noel Brennan, ex officio Joe O’Donnell. Ladies’ club captain Margaret Furlong, vice captain Helen Dunne, ex officio Claire Dowling, hon secretary Marnie Brennan, hon treasurer Ger Mullane. Election of committee members Terry Brennan, Michael Doheny, Betty Owens, John Dooley, Martin O’Donnell, and Mary Brophy.
The area we know today as Highfield Park was originally a place of green fields and rocky granite outcrops and it was ‘out in the country’. There were very few people living there. Mostly situated in the townland of Rahoon (Rath Ún or Ún’s Fort), it was bordered by two of the main roads into Galway, the Taylor’s Hill road and the Rahoon road. There was a small granite quarry there, (near the grounds of St Helen’s) and a couple of stone turrets which probably served as watchtowers.
Results from the open men’s 18 hole singles event are as follows: 1 David Breen 44 points; 2 Adrian Dillon 40 points bk 9; Gross Declan Dooley 33 gross; 3 Ciaran Brennan 40 points; 4 Paddy Mahon 39 points.
MENS 18H SINGLES Sponsor Macs Menswear Sat/Sun 19/20 July, Results: 1 Eamonn Brennan 41pts; 2 Gerry Meally 40pts; Gross Jason Brennan 30; 3 Gerry Dunne 35pts; 4 Johnny Brennan 35pts; 5 Benji O’Brien 35pts; 6 Anthony O’Donohoe 34pts; Student Sean Brennan 45pts.
The greatest year in the history of Kilkenny hurling rolls on as 2008 reaches its conclusion.