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Like most national schools in the 1950s, the bunscoil in Coláiste Iognáid (the Jes) used to have a little break, known as a ‘sos’, mid morning. The lowest class in the Jes was Bun Rang II and they had a charismatic teacher named Power, who was known only as ‘An Paorach’. This man was a Gaeilgeóir who taught everything through Irish, but made it fun. You had to learn songs like ‘Beidh Aonach Amárach i gContae an Chláir’ or ‘Trasna na dTonnta dul siar, dul siar’. Weather permitting he would use the period of the ‘sos’ to take his pupils out drilling around the pitch, always carrying a whistle and issuing his commands in Irish.
GALWAY MUSICAL Society celebrates its 30th anniversary in 2015 and will mark this milestone with a production of Cole Porter’s Anything Goes.
THE MUSICAL of Robert Louis Stevenson’s classic Gothic tale, Jekyll & Hyde, will be performed by the Galway Musical Society, in the Black Box Theatre from Tuesday March 19 to Saturday 23 at 8pm.
Kilkenny, despite playing below par, picked up two valuable national hurling league points at Nowlan Park last Sunday. It took a last gasp point by Rower Inistioge's Michael Grace to snatch victory from a youthful and spirited Limerick side.
One of the most significant results in Driver Power’s history is that of the Kia cee’d, according to David Johns, editor-in-chief of Auto Express.