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Head to head with O'Connor and O'Donnell

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Our man south of the border, Ray Silke caught up with two of the men who could shape the outcome of Sunday's game in Salthill this week, Cillian O'Connor and Gary O'Donnell

NUI Galway claim two college basketball titles

NUI Galway were the big winners at college basketball’s biggest event, winning both the men’s A and women’s B intervarsity titles for 2015.

Man dies in Ballynacargy house fire

There was wide spread shock across north Westmeath this week at the news of a fatal fire in Ballynacargy.

Moycullen’s confidence boosted ahead of tough weekend

Having achieved their first win of this season’s Superleague, Moycullen men’s basketball now face another double-header this weekend when they host DCU Saints on Saturday (6pm) in NUIG followed by a trip to Limerick on Sunday to play the Eagles.

NUIG launch Fitzgibbon Cup finals

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The Ulster Bank Fitzgibbon Cup, the highlight of the Higher Education hurling season, was officially launched this week at host venue NUI Galway by GAA stars, left to right, Finian Coone, John Lee, and Cormac O'Donovan.

Modern upmarket living in countryside setting

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A new home to the market offers prospective buyers luxury and modern living in an idyllic rural setting between the two urban centres of Kilkenny city and Carlow town.

Understrength u21’s in action against Cats

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Having impressively accounted for near neighbours Offaly in the opening round of the Cadbury’s Leinster u21 football championship, Westmeath are in action again this Saturday in the quarter final. Kilkenny provide the opposition in a game fixed for Nolan Park at 2.30pm. Even allowing for the fact that Westmeath will be forced to line out without a host of regulars due to college commitments, it’s inconceivable to think they could slip up against lowly Kilkenny.

Elderly farm labourer gets €23k in damages

A 60-year-old farm labourer who endured a terrifying car accident, was awarded over €23,000 in damages at a civil sitting of Carlow Circuit Court.

Athletes are set for the national finals

Following another successful weekend at the Leinster indoor track and field championships in Nenagh many of the young athletes will undertake more intensive training in preparation for national finals. These finals are spread over four days: Two in Nenagh on March 28 and 29 and the final two in Magherafelt, Co Derry, on April 4 and 5. Thankfully, after a nine months closure, the athletic track has re-opened. This should lead to an improvement in speeds and allow for much needed development of technical skills. — a new online exam service

As the Leaving and Junior Cert exams fast approach, thousands of students in Mayo and across the country can now avail of, a new online exam and correction service developed to help students prepare for their exams.

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