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BY NIALL SHERRY SPORTS EDITOR St Canice’s Credit Union Senior Hurling Championship UPMC Nowlan Park Shamrocks Ballyhale 3-26 Glenmore 0-20 Shamrocks Ballyhale cantered to the quarter-finals of the St Canice’s Credit Union Senior Hurling Championship following a 15-point win over Glenmore at UPMC Nowlan Park last Sunday. What appeared to be a tricky test on …

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BY NIALL SHERRY SPORTS EDITOR The Bridge de-throned in league decider as Dunne shines St Canice’s Credit Union Senior Hurling League Final UPMC Nowlan Park Tullaroan 1-24 Bennettsbridge 0-13 The Sash produced a magnificent display of attacking hurling as they dismantled a disappointing Bennettsbridge at UPMC Nowlan Park in the league final last Saturday. A …

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BY EOIN EVERARD With just one or two sessions per week, you can live a longer, more fulfilling life thanks to strength or Pilates training. In order to live longer, healthier lives free from illness and damage, people are always looking for ways to slow down the aging process. According to experts, strength training is …

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We have all heard it said ‘You are only as old as you feel’ Therefore it is important that we all keep ourselves active and engaged in society on a regular basis. Otherwise we will get hit by that terrible word Ageism. Ageism refers to how we think (stereotypes), feel (prejudice) and act (discrimination) towards …

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Guaranteed Irish Electrical retailer DID Electrical announce their sponsorship renewal with the Kilkenny City, James Stephens GAA club for a sixth consecutive year. This will see DID Electrical lead as the main sponsor for ‘The Village’ club which has contributed to great talents over the years such as Brian Cody, Phil ‘Fan’ Larkin, Joe Hennessy, …

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A mighty heart stopped beating when Nicky Fitzgerald, who divided his life between Callan and Inistioge, said goodbye to the world. He was sixty-one. News of his passing on September 10th grieved his vast circle of friends. I felt privileged to be present in the ward in St Luke’s hospital when Nicky drew his last …

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By: Fr Eamonn Kelly, PP Raphoe, Co Donegal It is hard to find words to describe the feelings when you get the first sight of Knock (Mayo) after walking for nine days to get there. The first sight is the very top of the Cross at the Basilica. There is elation of nearly being there …

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BY JOHN ELLIS, FINANCIAL ADVISOR As you read this Pensions Awareness Week (PAW) is just over . It is an initiative held annually in September to raise awareness in Ireland about retirement planning, and help people take charge of their long-term savings. In conjunction with the week, PAW commissioned a new survey on peoples attitude …

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Part 2 They roared into the yard, and after much shouting and bawling, the Tans went in to their mess {cookhouse} for some grub. He heard much roaring talk of a ‘treacherous b*****d’ ‘traitor’, and ‘turncoat’. Also a snarled ‘leave ‘im there to bloody snuff it.’ Steve, always on the lookout for a chance, and …

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BY CLAIR WHITTY Natural solutions to help children deal with anxiety, constipation, or nightmares are just some of the questions I get asked at the shop on a daily basis. Unfortunately, there are lots of young children who are experiencing anxiety, especially around school, and thankfully there is help available. Depending on their age, there’s …

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