Cashel Marts in South Tipperary presided over some of the best sales in Munster this year, including 75 acres at Thurlesbeg, Cashel, auctioned for nearly €21,000/acre, and in June, a 92-acre non-residential farm near Cahir auctioned for over €23,000 per acre.
I know a man named Angel who spent 21 years in prison for a murder he didn’t commit. During his incarceration, both his mother and the mother of his children died and he exhausted all his appeals. He was fated to die in prison without any chance of parole.
MUCKY EAMONN, jointly owned and nominated by Don and Gerard Buckley from Macroom, Co Cork and trained by James Kelleher, was a worthy winner of the Agnes O’Brien Cork Cup at Blarney yesterday when easily beating the Gerry Griffin trained long-odds favourite, Sound Pistol, by eight lengths in the final.
ÁINE McLATCHIE fears that her autistic son, Daniel’s, progress could be reversed after his school was told the number of staff helping children with special needs is to fall from five to two next month, despite the Government insisting there will be no cuts to such services.
ONE man with more than a passing interest in tomorrow’s Dr Harty Cup final is Michael Power from Waterford, who hopes his son Stephen can succeed where he failed in 1976, when DLS Waterford lost to St Flannan’s in the final in Bansha, 2-9 to 3-4.