Warm June rain greeted us as we exited Croke Park yesterday with smiles on the faces of the Royal supporters, in particular. Dublin pelleted over points for fun while both Kildare and Laois squandered some great goal chances. The centurion Cluxton culled the Lillies’ goal efforts and the quality of the forward play and score-taking was exceptional, at times, from all four participating teams.
Mon, 10 Jun, 2019
It is understood that the distinctive office block at No 1 South Mall, Cork, has now gone sale agreed with agent, Lisney. This unique building in the heart of Cork’s business district was offered for sale in March of this year on behalf of receiver Michael McAteer of Grant Thornton.
Thu, 30 Jun, 2016
The removal of a public toilet in Killarney has resulted in people urinating on church grounds, bus loads of tourists overwhelming the facilities of a small hotel, and businesses being advised by gardaí to man their doors with security staff against a public desperate for toilet facilities, a meeting has been told.
Thu, 08 Oct, 2015
Martin McHugh’s infamous ‘two-trick pony’ gibe regarding Colm Cooper has been turned back on him by Meath manager Mick O’Dowd who has labelled the Donegal man a ‘one-trick analyst’.
Wed, 24 Jun, 2015
As Sky’s top foreign reporter, Alex Crawford has ridden rebel trucks in Libya and trekked across mountains to meet Taliban officials. She tellswhy the hardest part of the job is returning to her spouse and four children
Thu, 27 Mar, 2014
There was some competitive fare on offer at yesterday’s well-attended West Waterford Foxhounds point-to-point fixture at Lismore and handler John Queally, who was on the mark with former pointer Gaillimh A Chroi in the listed mares’ bumper at Sandown on Saturday, appears to have a cracking prospect on his hands in Uncle Danny who readily put his rivals to the sword in the five-year-old geldings’ maiden.
Mon, 10 Mar, 2014