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BY NIALL SHERRY SPORTS EDITOR Dunloy battle well, but beaten by seven AIB All-Ireland Club SHC Final Croke Park, Sunday 22nd January 2023 Shamrocks Ballyhale 1-22 Dunloy Cúchullains 1-15 A 9th All-Ireland club title was achieved by Shamrocks Ballyhale at Croke Park last weekend when the South Kilkenny side defeated Ulster champions Dunloy by seven …

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BY NIALL SHERRY SPORTS EDITOR Lyng’s men fall to late Lawlor goal Walsh Cup Review Chadwicks Wexford Park Wexford 1-25 Kilkenny 2-18 An enthralling encounter between local rivals Wexford and Kilkenny was settled late on under the new floodlights at Chadwicks Wexford Park last Saturday evening. An injury-time major from Faythe Harriers Richie Lawlor saw …

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Text: Chrissy Dunne Photos: Aiofe O Neill In December 2022, Lake Productions produced a Christmas Concert at The Set Theatre on John Street, Kilkenny. The two-hour concert saw over ten acts perform everything from comedy, music, singing and dance. The show was a huge success and the talent on display was top class. Members of …

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On Sunday January 22nd, over 800 people attended St Mary’s cathedral in Kilkenny to witness the Episcopal ordination of of Niall Coll as Bishop of Ossory Among the congregation were members of Bishop Coll’s family,who brought symbols of Episcopal office to the altar. Nialls mother Kathleen brought forward his episcopal ring while his father Willie …

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BY NED EGAN Part 2 Molly is now called downstairs to be ‘inspected’ by the dreadful Paudhaun, aka ‘The Dacent Boy’ who is on the hunt for a slavey/wife . And his vicious mother? – I must mention her. And even their poor innocent house cat has been made savage! When reading this tale, be …

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Dicksboro GAA & Camogie Club held a night of celebration and nostalgia at the Club’s Dinner Dance and medal presentations at a packed Langtons on Saturday, 7th January. Under the guidance of Club Chairman Seamus Rochford and MC for the evening, Dicksboro and Newstalk’s Kieran Cuddihy, medals were presented to the successful Senior, Under-22 and …

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BY JOHN FITZGERALD Last week I recounted how the Callan PP Dr. Doyle took a tough line against the buying and selling of sins. Far more serious, from a theological and doctrinal point of view, than sin swapping was the conduct of the Poet Ryan, who in the war years took to hearing confessions in …

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FURTHERMORE  By Gerry Moran Love may not be in the air (Valentine’s Day still some weekss away) but it most certainly was in the papers last Sunday. First up there was the legendary Gaelic football manager, Mick O’Dwyer, who proclaimed to be ‘madly in love’, so ‘madly in love’ in fact that he married his …

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BY JOHN ELLIS, FINANCIAL ADVISOR The World Economic Forum finished last week and there is a plethora of reports available on their website on the theme of ‘co-operation in a fragmented world’. The reports show how the world today is at, they say, “a critical inflection point” and the sheer number of ongoing crises calls …

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BY CLAIR WHITTY Did you consider following a vegan diet for January? How did it go? Are you planning on sticking with it? Lots of people feel much healthier and resolve health issues while following a vegan diet. This is partially because dairy products and processed meats may be associated with gut health problems, imbalanced …

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