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It has to be the year of the Shark, that’s John ‘Shark’ Hanlon from County Carlow. He bought a horse called Hewick. He didn’t pay dearly for it (not even a thousand euro) and then won the Galway Plate last summer. He added another win at Sandown, and between the two he pocketed half a million euro. Not bad for a year’s work. But just last October he won the American Grand National at Fair Hills in New Jersey with a $160,000 dollar first prize. Now he is 33/1 to take the Cheltenham Gold Cup in March. D’ya think, maybe.
Concussion and traumatic brain injuries (TBI) can cause a number of debilitating conditions with few treatment options. Fortunately, hyperbaric oxygenation has helped many people with concussion and should be included in the concussion treatment guidelines.
Cooney seeking silverware success to replicate fond memories of proud Leinster championship occasion
A selector in 2004 when Westmeath historically won their first Leinster senior football championship, Lake County manager, Jack Cooney, is aiming to replicate silverware success in Croke Park on Saturday afternoon in the Tailteann Cup final.
Mayo are on the lookout for a new senior football Manager after James Horan decided to call it a day after losing to Kerry in the All-Ireland quarter final in Croke park last Sunday.
James Horan has stepped down as Mayo senior football manager this evening, bringing to end his second four year term in charge of the side.
The 3-19 to 0-13 scoreline from this year's National Football League final between Mayo and Kerry is a painful reminder of what Mayo face into on Sunday and what Kerry are capable of doing to a team if things are not near perfect when set up against them.
It's a Kerry double for Mayo next weekend with both the seniors and the minors facing the Kingdom in championship encounters.
The Mayo Ladies senior footballers will look to put the disappointment of losing the Connacht final to Galway three weeks ago behind them when they get back on the field tomorrow afternoon in the opening round of the group stages of the All Ireland Senior Football Championship.
Last Sunday's way below par performance and subsequent defeat by our biggest Connacht rivals - Galway - made it a very bitter pill to swallow for the Mayo faithful who travelled to Hastings Insurance MacHale Park in huge numbers.