Na Piarsiagh showed that they have every intent in holding onto their title after they swept aside South Liberties by 4-20 to 0-10 in Mungret.
Sun, 14 Apr, 2019
Kilmallock 4-27 Murroe-Boher 0-13
Mon, 08 Oct, 2018
This was a convincing return to fortunes for Na Piarsaigh whose fourth senior county title never really looked in doubt in the Gaelic Grounds.
Mon, 16 Oct, 2017
A 17-fold increase in the number of house repossession applications in Clare, rising from seven to 120, over the last 12 months has been described as "startling" by a local deputy.
Fri, 03 Oct, 2014
Many years ago on one of my early visits to the holy island of Sceilg Mhichíl there was much talk at the time of the work being done on the high pinnacle above the island’s saddle.
Sat, 02 Aug, 2014
Ennistymon 0-9 O’Curry’s 0-7
Mon, 19 Aug, 2013
A wrinkled man with a stick and a jaunty hat stood near the entrance to the fair field at Puck and offered advice.
Mon, 12 Aug, 2013
THE head of a vow-of-poverty order, with which former president Mary McAleese spent regular periods during her 14 years in office, has broken her silence on their unusual guest.
Sat, 31 Dec, 2011
LIVING in silence and prayer, former president Mary McAleese enjoyed a cloistered existence for a number of days each year with the Poor Clare nuns.
CLARE county council has spent over €150,000 on legal fees for Traveller-related issues this year.
Thu, 27 Oct, 2011
Mid-West business and tourism leaders tonight formally called on the Minister for Transport to ask the Government to call an EGM of the Aer Lingus board to discuss the axing of Heathrow slots at Shannon Airport.
Wed, 05 Sep, 2007
AER Lingus chief executive Dermot Mannion yesterday stood defiant on the transfer of Heathrow slots to Belfast despite a series of meetings with the Shannon Airport lobby.
Sat, 18 Aug, 2007
A UNITED Shannon lobby is threatening a legal challenge to Aer Lingus’s removal of local flights to Heathrow.
Sat, 11 Aug, 2007
AN estimated €100 million worth of houses are being proposed for Carrigtwohill, which is set to become a major commuter town when the Cork-Midleton railway reopens at the end of next year.
Fri, 08 Sep, 2006
A SECOND post mortem was conducted on a woman who fell down the stairs, after concerns were raised about her injuries, an inquest has heard.
Wed, 12 Apr, 2006
The Leinster Junior squad will play two friendlies before the start of the Interprovincial series against Barnhall (in Barnhall) on Saturday, August 13 and against Clontarf (in Castle Avenue) on Saturday, August 20.
Thu, 11 Aug, 2005
A Limerick man who participated in a savage gang-rape of a woman in a wood last year has been jailed for 21 years by Mr Justice Paul Carney at the Central Criminal Court.
Mon, 27 Jun, 2005
PROTESTING Turkish workers at Gama yesterday called for the Commission for Energy Regulation (CER) to withdraw the firm’s electricity generation licence until workers are fully paid.
Tue, 10 May, 2005
One of five anti-war protestors charged with damaging a United States of America aircraft at Shannon Airport in February 2003 described their actions as "disarmament in a non-violent and legal way", a jury at Dublin Circuit Criminal Court has heard.
Wed, 09 Mar, 2005
The Leinster Under-19 team has been named for Sunday's friendly against Munster at Barnhall RFC (kick-off 2pm).
Thu, 09 Oct, 2003
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