James Finnegan's first collection of poetry is the work of a mature man with a teaching career behind him. His work has been highly commended by the Patrick Kavanagh Poetry competition, and published in Cyphers and The Irish Times, among others, writes
Sat, 29 Sep, 2018
Tom Mullins and Paul Townend, who teamed up to win with Elsie at Roscommon on Tuesday, again join forces at Cork tonight with Grand Partner and the six-year-old is fancied to land the nap in the Great Value Social Package Maiden Hurdle.
Fri, 11 Jul, 2014
THERE’S no sign of a thaw in the big freeze in relations between the FAI and FIFA after John Delaney branded Sepp Blatter an “embarrassment” and revealed that an offer of a Fair Play gong – due to be presented at last night’s World Player of the Year bash in Zurich – had been turned down.
Tue, 22 Dec, 2009
Paul Gascoigne, the former England midfielder whose tears became one of the iconic images of the 1990 World Cup, admitted he could not stop crying when he learned his former manager Sir Bobby Robson had finally lost his long fight against cancer yesterday.
Sat, 01 Aug, 2009