Dundalk’s ‘bouncebackability’ will be put to the test against Limerick at the Market’s Field tonight, as the Premier Division leaders resume their quest to dethrone champions Cork City who currently trail them by just three points.
I read the article by your reporter Jimmy Woulfe (Bright Future Dawns, Aug 17) on crime and other developments following the recent conviction of criminal John Dundon, and the convictions of many others over the years. What an uplifting piece of writing.
The true Gael will daily encounter multiple reasons to swell with fierce pride as he or she ambles about our fair land but there are few finer reasons than our magnificent farmhouse cheeses, now of such variety and quality as to justly earn us a prime place on the global cheeseboard.
UL EAGLES beat UCC Demons to set up another clash with defending champions, 11890 Killester, while Ulster Elks shocked Belfast Star and will meet UCD Marian — who beat DCU Saints for the second time in a week — when the quarter-finals of the Men’s SuperLeague National Cup were decided over the weekend.