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Merrick at the Meyrick

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On Sunday next February 27 Hotel Meyrick will embrace its musical side with an afternoon jazz session by John Merrick and the Jazz Masters! The six-piece jazz band will make a regular appearance at the four-star hotel with a performance this and every Sunday from 12.30am – 2pm — perfect for those who fancy a Sunday lunch with a difference! A casual lunchtime menu is available during the jazz session with all the favourites including, soups, sandwiches, seafood, hot dishes and desserts.

Galway are very close to the breakthrough, says Regan

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What a difference a year makes. The Galway jersey has always carried a deep and meaningful importance for Tony Og Regan and not being involved at inter county level in 2009 brought pain. There was a drop of defiance in Regan’s revival, though, and the lonely period of reflection was utilised to maximum effect.

Anti-social behaviour leads to eviction

A Mullingar mother is to be evicted from her home in Dalton Park after Westmeath County Council succeeded in getting a court order against her.

No point in peaking too early

I have so little energy this evening. I am wrecked after a tough session in the gym. The penny hasn’t dropped with me yet that the body isn’t able for the kind of punishment I once subjected it to. Earlier this evening, I was happily plodding along in the gym doing my thing, when I was invited to join in with the spinning class taking place in an adjoining room. The instructor pushed us hard for almost an hour. It was an eye opener and I can now admit to myself that the old body is not what it once was. However I comforted myself when I realised that there is no point in peaking this time of year! That is not the situation however for any new potential inter-county footballer wanting to impress new managers around the country. The reality is many of those players wil not have kicked a ball in months, yet they are expected to make an impression at these trial games. That’s the way it is, and until there is a better solution it will continue that way. I had a text from Ian Rowland from Crossmolina earlier this week announcing that he was invited on to the Mayo football panel for the FBD league. Ian had a wonderful year with Crossmolina, impressing in lots of games in both the league and championship. He is a player who has improved enormously this year and I expect there is more to come from this young student. Ian was one of the players invited to participate in a trial match last Saturday morning in McHale Park. I heard he played well in the trial, kicking a number of monster points that clearly caught the eye. Incidentally, I have rarely witnessed a player anywhere in the country who can kick the ball as far as this man can. Understandably, he is thrilled to be presented with this opportunity and I am quite confident he will do well.

Tasty and temptin’ — Student prankster caught with hand in Supermac’s till

A foolish drunken prank led to a student messing around with the buttons of a Supermacs cash register, reaching over the counter, and putting his hands in the till to steal €240 cash, the Galway District Court heard this week.

When the chips are down

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St. Jarlath’s College was, as it is today, quite simply the best Gaelic football school in the world.

Bitter disappointment for camogie girls

It was a weekend of major disappointment for both the Kilkenny senior and intermediate camogie teams as they were comprehensively beaten by Cork in glorious summer sunshine at Tom Ryall Park, Kilmanagh last Sunday.

Owning school produces its own unique sound

The sound of music will resonate around Owning (near Piltown) in South Kilkenny at the beginning of next month when schoolchildren from the local school will launch a CD of original songs penned by Mullinavat songwriter Ned Egan.

Senator punched former councillor in gents’ toilet, court told

Fianna Fail Senator Camillus Glynn yesterday pleaded guilty to hitting a businessman in the gents’ toilets of a local hotel, when the case came before the courts in Mullingar.

Senator punched former councillor in gents’ toilet - court told

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Fianna Fail Senator Camillus Glynn yesterday pleaded guilty to hitting a businessman in the gents’ toilets of a local hotel, when the case came before the courts in Mullingar.

 

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