Search Results for 'Sean Glynn'

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Eleven months for burglary and counterfeit note scam

A 32-year-old man with 56 previous convictions was sentenced to 11 months in jail for burglary and fraud offences at Galway District Court this week.

Suspended sentence for man caught cycling along road while carrying baseball bat

A 23-year-old man who could give gardai no reason why he was cycling along a road at night holding a baseball bat was given the benefit of the doubt at Galway District Court and received a seven month suspended sentence as well as a €500 fine.

Dangerous driving causing death accused remanded on bail

A 32-year-old man has been charged with dangerous driving causing the death of a woman late last year.

Newcastle man jailed for threatening bouncer with imitation firearm

A Newcastle man who pointed an imitation firearm at a city centre bouncer and became so aggressive with gardai that pepper spray had to be used to restrain him was sentenced to 13 months in jail this week.

Newcastle man jailed for threatening bouncer with imitation firearm

A Newcastle man who pointed an imitation firearm at a city centre bouncer and became so aggressive with gardai that pepper spray had to be used to restrain him was sentenced to 13 months in jail this week.

Woman was fearful in her home during daylight burglary

A district court judge has spoke of her regret that a longer sentence could not be imposed on a man who committed a day-time burglary at the home of an elderly woman, putting her in fear, when they met face-to-face in the kitchen.

Man gets five months for burglary spree

A Limerick man, with 89 previous convictions, is to serve a further five months in jail and was given another eight months suspended for committing a number of burglaries during a 36-hour spree in Galway city.

No luck for Galway golf clubs

Gort, Athenry and Galway golf clubs all suffered agonising defeats at the Chartis Europe Cups and Shields in Kinsale last week.

St James collect first u-21 A title

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St James annexed their first ever u-21 county title on Sunday when they comprehensively defeated Corofin on a score-line of 1-19 to 2-7.

St Jarlath’s seek another Hogan Cup final

St Jarlath’s College take on Edenderry (Offaly) in Pearse Park in Longford this Saturday at 2pm in the All-Ireland Senior A Schools’ Championship semi-final.

 

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