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  • Piltown win AIB All-Ireland intermediate club camogie final‏ » Inside Ireland
    after a wonderful bit of inter play between Katie Power and Niamh Culleton the sliotar ended with Blackmore who drove low to the right corner of the Lismore net Lismore were not without chances but were ponderous in possession at times getting blocked far too many times while Piltown also filtered a lot of players behind the ball to deny them the space they normally thrive on Lismore lifeline The Waterford side were given a massive lifeline though when Aoife Hannon rocketed a 20m free to the Piltown net despite the presence of 6 players between the posts to leave them trailing by just 1 6 to 1 4 at half time Chloe Holden and Aoife Talbot quickly doubled the advantage after the restart and though Hannon hit a couple of excellent frees Katie Power made it three before Piltown captain Laura Norris landed a brilliant point to make it four once more with seven minutes remaining Piltown defence The Piltown defence had been completely dominant throughout confining Lismore to two points from play Irish soccer international Karen Duggan and Kellyann Doyle were the standout performers Player of the match Doyle was magnificent at left half back cutting out the supply repeatedly and then using the speed that has made her the U18 400m hurdles record holder to turn defence into attack Lismore threw everything at them with Grainne Kenneally an inspirational figure Nicola Morrissey had a goal correctly ruled out in the 57th minute as she was in the square when providing the finishing touch Hannon converted frees either side of a score from Kennelly to reduce the margin to the minimum but time ran out and it was Piltown s day Scorers Piltown A Talbot 0 4 3fs 1 45 C Blackmore 1 0 L Norris 0 2

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  • Irish Daily Star Camogie round-up sees wins for Dublin, Cork and Offaly in Division One » Inside Ireland
    with a personal tally of four points two from frees Limerick draw Meanwhile Limerick recovered from a slow start to snatch a share of the spoils against Galway in Duggan Park Ballinasloe The hosts had the elements in their favour in the initial period and with Niamh McGrath converting three frees led by 0 5 to 0 0 Karen O Leary opened Limerick s account in the 22 nd minute and the game s outstanding player Niamh Mulcahy reduced the deficit further and though McGrath landed a fourth free the lead was just four at half time 0 6 to 0 2 Galway didn t score again in the second half though as a Limerick defence in which Judith Mulcahy stood out held firm with Deboarh Murphy having done her job well as sweeper in the first half Niamh Mulcahy converted three frees to leave just one between the teams before Síle Moynihan stuck her foot out to save Niamh Hanniffy s goalbound shot A goal then would probably have secured the victory but instead the magnificent Mulcahy hit the equaliser and it finished 0 6 apiece Offaly win over Tipp Offaly s goal touch earned them the victory at Belmont against a Tipperary team overly reliant on Cáit Devane for scores Niamh Larkin had a goal after 10 minutes to give Offaly the early lead at Belmont but Devane was in lethal form and the sides were level at the break 1 4 to 0 7 Mairead Jennings came off the bench to rattle the Tipperary net however and with Tipperary unable to make much headway in the second half it finished 2 8 to 0 8 Cork victory Cork have enjoyed countless close tussles with Clare in the past few seasons and it was more of the same for the All Ireland champions at the Cork Camogie Grounds on Saturday Paudie Murray s wards lost to the Bannerwomen in the semi final of last year s IDS League but on this occasion they held the upper hand to bag a first round victory Orla Cotter and Katriona Mackey were amongst the scorers as they led by 0 5 to 0 3 at half time Clare kept in touch thanks to some Chloe Morey points the sharpshooter was Clare s only provider of scores They couldn t get the goal they needed to turn things around however and instead after some typically direct play by Mackey Amy O Connor found the net at the other end Cotter top scored for Cork with four points while Mackey added three in a satisfactory start to the season for the Rebels According to Clare GAA the final score was Clare 0 7 Cork 1 9 DIVISION 2 Laois win In Division 2 Laois caused something of a surprise by hammering Kildare 1 11 to 0 5 in Abbeyleix Kildare had come out on top when the sides met in the 2013 All Ireland premier junior final and the Lilies had reached the

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  • Sport » Inside Ireland
    Easterby should take a well deserved bow GAA Roundup Victory for Kilmessan in All Ireland junior club camogie final and defeat for Ireland in International Rules Test GAA Roundup includes victory for Kilmessan in All Ireland junior club camogie final and defeat for Ireland in International Rules Test Ulster climb up Guinness Pro12 table with 25 16 win against Ospreys in Belfast Ulster got to second place in the Guinness Pro12 table when Humphreys converted to seal the win for Ulster whilst simultaneously denying the Ospreys a losing bonus point in Belfast on 21st November With Joe Schmidt pulling the strings Irish supporters are starting to believe that anything is possible Following Ireland s two wins in the Guinness Series our rugby correspondent argues that with Mr Rugby Joe Schmidt pulling the strings Irish supporters are starting to believe as we approach World Cup year that anything is possible Ulster lock banned following tackle in the win against Glasgow Ulster lock Alan O Connor has been banned for three weeks after being found to have made a dangerous tackle in the Pro12 win over Glasgow on 10th October Tries from Nick Williams and Captain Rory Best below par Ulster secure bonus point win over Edinburgh in Guinness Pro12 A brace from Irish flyer Andrew Trimble followed by tries from Nick Williams and Captain Rory Best helped a below par Ulster secure a bonus point win over a disappointing Edinburgh side in the Guinness Pro12 on Friday 3rd October Irish links with Ryder Cup captaincy could continue if Darren Clarke replaces McGinley Irish links with the Ryder Cup could continue if Tyrone s Darren Clarke becomes Europe s next captain following Paul McGinley s intention to step down following success on 28th September Ulster go down to Zebre as Leinster only Irish province to win in the Guinness Pro 12 Series Ulster went down to Zebre as Leinster was the only Irish province to win in the Guinness Pro 12 Series over the weekend Kerry win 37th Senior Football title and first in 5 years Kerry have won their 37th GAA All Ireland Senior Football title over Donegal in front of 82 184 football fans at Croke Park on Sunday 21st September GAA roundup Homecoming event for victorious Clare U21 hurlers St Ibar s Shelmalier are SE Systems All Ireland Camogie Sevens Champions GAA roundup looks at a homecoming event for the victorious Clare U21 hurlers and news that St Ibar s Shelmalier are SE Systems All Ireland Camogie Sevens Champions Remider of last week s Round 1 Rugby which only had Connacht win for the Irish Provinces Ahead of the Round 2 of the Guinness Pro12 matches a reminder of last weekend s drama with a tie for Ulster defeats for Leinster and Munster and a victory for Connacht Lowry Harrington will bring a lot to Ryder Cup team Former Irish Open winner Shane Lowry has said that Padraig Harrington s experience in the Ryder Cup means he will bring

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  • Paddy_Power_-_Broadway_-_geograph.org.uk_-_1532892 » Inside Ireland
    Dublin Lifestyle One4all launches first Irish Retail Week Comment and Opinion Opinion Apple and the tax debate Features What is the future of Argos Education and Training Sorry No data so far Environment HSA 18 people died in the agricultural industry in the Republic with 4 of them children Gaeilge Conradh na Gaeilge calls on Ulster University DEL to reverse the decision to end full time BA Irish degree programme on Belfast Campus Home raquo Paddy Power Broadway geograph org uk 1532892 Paddy Power Broadway geograph org uk 1532892 March 5 2012 Share Tweet By Alix Comments Latest Opinion Apple and the tax debate In this week s opinion piece Ian Parsley turns its attention to some famous multinationals and the tax debate What is the future of Argos This week we ask about the future of British catalogue retailer Argos with a possible takeover of the company on the cards February Jobs Roundup Good news for North with a number of jobs announcements Club MTV To Return To Derry This Summer Three people killed on state s roads so far in February Related Articles No posts found Latest News Opinion Apple and the tax debate In this week s

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  • AscotFinishingPost » Inside Ireland
    Day events in Irish cities outside Dublin Lifestyle One4all launches first Irish Retail Week Comment and Opinion Opinion Apple and the tax debate Features What is the future of Argos Education and Training Sorry No data so far Environment HSA 18 people died in the agricultural industry in the Republic with 4 of them children Gaeilge Conradh na Gaeilge calls on Ulster University DEL to reverse the decision to end full time BA Irish degree programme on Belfast Campus Home raquo AscotFinishingPost AscotFinishingPost June 21 2012 Share Tweet By Alix Comments Latest Opinion Apple and the tax debate In this week s opinion piece Ian Parsley turns its attention to some famous multinationals and the tax debate What is the future of Argos This week we ask about the future of British catalogue retailer Argos with a possible takeover of the company on the cards February Jobs Roundup Good news for North with a number of jobs announcements Club MTV To Return To Derry This Summer Three people killed on state s roads so far in February Related Articles No posts found Latest News Opinion Apple and the tax debate In this week s opinion piece Ian Parsley turns its

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  • golf » Inside Ireland
    events in Irish cities outside Dublin Lifestyle One4all launches first Irish Retail Week Comment and Opinion Opinion Apple and the tax debate Features What is the future of Argos Education and Training Sorry No data so far Environment HSA 18 people died in the agricultural industry in the Republic with 4 of them children Gaeilge Conradh na Gaeilge calls on Ulster University DEL to reverse the decision to end full time BA Irish degree programme on Belfast Campus Home raquo golf golf June 14 2012 Share Tweet By Ciarán Hanna Comments Latest Opinion Apple and the tax debate In this week s opinion piece Ian Parsley turns its attention to some famous multinationals and the tax debate What is the future of Argos This week we ask about the future of British catalogue retailer Argos with a possible takeover of the company on the cards February Jobs Roundup Good news for North with a number of jobs announcements Club MTV To Return To Derry This Summer Three people killed on state s roads so far in February Related Articles No posts found Latest News Opinion Apple and the tax debate In this week s opinion piece Ian Parsley turns its

    Original URL path: http://insideireland.ie/2012/06/14/preview-as-112th-us-open-gets-underway-and-all-eyes-on-mcilroy-73480/golf-102/ (2016-02-11)
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  • Tracks by Kaiser Chiefs and Black River among top tunes of the week » Inside Ireland
    programme on Belfast Campus Home Entertainment raquo Tracks by Kaiser Chiefs and Black River among top tunes of the week Tracks by Kaiser Chiefs and Black River among top tunes of the week February 7 2015 Share Tweet By Andrew Stewart February s top tracks of the week include ones by Kaiser Chiefs and Black River THE FRIDAY FIVE 6 2 2015 Noel Gallagher s band High Flying Birds 1 Kaiser Chiefs Falling Awake 2 Noel Gallagher s High Flying Birds Ballad Of The Mighty I 3 Charli XCX ft Rita Ora Doing It 4 Black Rivers The Forest 5 Natalie Prass Bird Of Prey Andrew blogs as analogueboyinadigitalworld Comments Comments are closed Latest Entertainment Club MTV To Return To Derry This Summer Postive news for Derry as Club MTV is to make a come back to Ebrington Square this summer Belfast Rehearsed Reading and a Dublin exhibition are just some arts events to mark Holocaust Memorial Day A Rehearsed Reading in Belfast of an English version of a Polish play and a Dublin exhibition looking at the Jewish past in Poland are just some of the arts events to mark Holocaust Memorial Day in Ireland Campaign to Save Belfast

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  • Tracks by Erasure and McBusted among top songs of the week. » Inside Ireland
    Toy 4 Andrew WK Party Hard 5 Andrew Cole Outstandin FIVE SONGS BY SCOTTISH ACTS 1 Biffy Clyro The Captain 2 Chvrches Recover 3 Prides Messiah 4 Strawberry Switchblade Since Yesterday 5 Bay City Rollers I Only Wanna Be With You Last week was International Men s Day Being the big sexist that I am I forgot about it So here is a chart to commemorate it FIVE SONGS ABOUT MEN 1 Mansun Electric Man 2 Michael Jackson Man In The Mirror 3 REM Man On the Moon 4 David Bowie The Man Who Sold The World 5 The Verve Lucky Man FIVE SONGS WITH MEN S NAMES IN THE TITLE 1 Oasis Little James 2 Paul Simon You Can Call Me Al 3 Bat For Lashes Daniel 4 Dexy s Midnight Runners Geno 5 Fine Young Cannibals Johnny Come Home Last week on X Factor was Elton John v Whitney Houston that well known rivalry They re not even trying any more X Factor not Whitney and Elton obviously FIVE SONGS BY ELTON JOHN 1 I m Still Standing 2 Made In England 3 I Guess That s Why They Call It The Blues 4 Step Into Christmas 5 Kiss The Bride FIVE SONGS BY WHITNEY HOUSTON 1 Your Love Is My Love 2 I Wanna Dance With Somebody 3 How Will I Know 4 I m Your Baby Tonight 5 If I Told You That ft George Michael THE FRIDAY FIVE 21st November 1 McBusted Air Guitar 2 Sia You re Never Fully Dressed Without A Smile 3 David Guetta ft Sam Martin Dangerous 4 Charli XCX Gold Coins 5 Noel Gallagher s High Flying Birds In The Head Of The Moment Andrew Weatherall remix The previous week on X Factor was Big Band Week Sorry I m not doing a chart of that it s a bloody awful form of music Let s try again next week Friday Five s top tracks of the week 1 Gabrielle Aplin That s All 2 Wonder Villains Golden Five 3 Take That These Days 4 Sophie Ellis Bextor True Faith 5 Mark Ronson ft Bruno Mars Uptown Funk So another week goes by and once again X Factor make up the themes as they go along as last week was Queen v Michael Jackson that well known musical rivalry Oh yes I remember when the school playground was divided and you were either Queen or Michael Jackson there was no middle ground FIVE SONGS BY QUEEN 1 The Miracle 2 Seven Seas Of Rhye 3 Let Me Live 4 Innuendo 5 Bicycle Races FIVE SONGS BY MICHAEL JACKSON 1 Man In The Mirror 2 Black Or White 3 Beat It 4 Will You Be There 5 They Don t Really Care About Us THE FRIDAY FIVE 1 Courteeners Next Time You Call 2 Chvrches Dead Air 3 James All I m Saying 4 Tom Odell Real Love 5 Simple Minds Human So the last Friday of October was Halloween Here

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