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Inspired by a magnificent performance from former Tipperary captain Brendan Maher, Borris-Ileigh’s strong finish saw them prevail by 1-21 to 1-14 after a fascinating contest with St Thomas last Sunday in Limerick.
Rena Buckley scored seven points as Donoughmore became the third straight Cork team to claim the All-Ireland Junior Football title, with victory over Mayo's MacHale Rovers in the final, after extra-time, at Duggan Park in Ballinasloe.
County Squad for U14s Congratulations to four of our U14s who featured on the county squad that faced Meath last Saturday. Luke Whelan, Johnny Martin, Dano McMonagle and Conn O’Hara were named on the panel and while only the first two got a run out it is a great achievement for all to be visible at this level.
The creator of an innovative power cell technology has won the top prize in the GMIT New Frontiers Best Emerging Business Awards. Dr Barry Flannery from Galway has won €10,000, sponsored by KPMG, for his electric auxiliary power unit which provides power to long-haul truck cabins during mandatory stop-overs.
A fundraising social dance in aid of Bumbleance — the children's ambulance service — will take place in the Great National Hotel in Ballina on Sunday, April 15.
A “to let” advertisement in a Galway newspaper in April 1860 promoted the fact that Seamount Villa contained a parlour, drawing room, six bedrooms, a kitchen, water closet, a coach house with some stabling, and a small garden. The grounds were nicely laid out and had an approach to the sea. George Fallon who lived at ‘The Baths’, Salthill, would show the place to prospective customers.
A survey of 300 motorists in Ireland has revealed that almost 7 out of ten don’t have their vehicle checked in-between scheduled services or NCTs unless a fault has developed. The survey, carried out by First Stop Tyre and Car Services suggests that some motorists don’t have their car checked for up to a two-year period and because of this, motorists may be missing out on significant benefits by ignoring regular car checks.
A survey of 300 motorists in Ireland has revealed that almost seven out of 10 do not have their vehicle checked in-between scheduled services or NCTs unless a fault has developed.
A survey of 300 motorists in Ireland has revealed that almost seven out of 10 do not have their vehicle checked in between scheduled services or NCTs unless a fault has developed.