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At Kilkenny District Court on Tuesday, Bernard McNamara of Hugginstown trading as BMN Tyre Services pleaded guilty to an offence under the Waste Management (tyres and waste tyres) Regulations 2007 in relation to the holding, storage and disposal of waste tyres.
Portumna Golf Club has won the All-Ireland Junior Cup for the first time in the club’s history. Having They won Connacht in August at Castlebar GC, they returned to the same venue for the All-Ireland finals where they overcame Ulster champions Banbridge to advance to the final against Naas. Father and son John and Sean Cleary were the heroes on the first day, both coming from a deficit position to win their respective matches. And Pat Quinlan was the toast of the club the following day after the Clearys won their respective matches. Quinlan made sure of the trophy when he hit a tremendous four iron to 10ft at the difficult par three 16th to see off David Prendergast of Naas in the fifth and final match. The team was captained by Matt Donoghue.
Oughterard Golf Club: Oughterard is celebrating All Ireland success after winning the Irish Mixed Foursomes trophy. The Connacht champions defeated their Munster counterparts, Lisselan, by 3 - 2 at Castlerock Golf Club. In the semi-finals Oughterard scored a 3-2 win over the Ulster champions City of Derry, while Lisselan beat the Leinster champions, Clontarf, by 4-1.
A probation report has been requested for a man who pleaded guilty to the possession of a quantity of drugs at Kilkenny District Court last week.
A twenty-five year-old man who stole €800 in cash from a private home in Mullinavat, Co Kilkenny was handed a four month suspended sentence at Kilkenny Court this week.
A man who stood in the middle of a roundabout and repeatedly told the arresting gardaí to ‘f...k off’ was jailed for three months at Kilkenny District Court last week.
A man pleaded guilty to two charges of theft at the last sitting of Kilkenny District Court.
A man received a hefty fine and a conviction for dangerous driving at Castlecomer District Court this month.
A young woman who went on a three-week spending blitz pleaded guilty to 33 charges of theft at Kilkenny District Court this week.
•Galway Golf Club: Galway Senior Scratch Cup, Played in testing blustery conditions, Aaron O’Callaghan (+1 Douglas G C) came from three shots behind to tie with the first-round leader Stephen Healy (+1 Claremorris GC) on 146. Stephen Healy went on to win the title on the third tie hole. They were followed on the scoresheet by Thomas O’Connor (Scr Athlone GC ) 148, Damien Coyne (1 Galway GC), and Mark Rowe (2 Athlone GC ). John Greene (1 Carlow GC) won the 1st nett on 150, while the 1st 18 gross was won by Joe Lyons