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19 February 2018 00:53 John Kiely happy as Limerick spring from the traps

Pat Gilroy’s side were accounted for in similar fashion to Limerick’s previous opponents Laois and Offaly with the home side running out comfortable victors on a 1-26 to 0-17 scoreline. The game was effectively done and dusted when Aaron Gillane buried a penalty past Alan Nolan to put his side 1-9 to 0-5 ahead with 23 minutes played. Limerick manager 8

19 February 2018 00:53 ‘Obscene’ demands on players described after Sigerson Cup final

Kieran Molloy was rushed by Garda car from Tullamore on Saturday afternoon, where he played the full game for AIB All-Ireland club semi-final winners Corofin, to appear as a sub for NUI Galway in Santry Avenue. Liam Silke scored the winning goal for Corofin and is a UCD player though, unlike Sheridan, UCD boss John Divilly told Silke he wasn’t required 9

17 February 2018 00:20 ‘Players are being flogged’

UCD and NUIG enter this afternoon’s third-level decider having not kicked a ball in earnest since their respective semi-final victories on Wednesday evening. Compared with how the Sigerson finals weekend was structured in years past, three days of a break between the penultimate round and final is not to be scoffed at. Think back to the 2015 finals weekend 10

17 February 2018 00:00 ESRI warns plan could overheat the economy

Kieran McQuinn, research professor at the Economic and Social Research Institute (ESRI), said the additional public funds amounting to €116bn over 10 years come at a time when the economy is already booming. The ESRI — whose staff played a significant role in framing the draft of the National Development Plan — and other watchdogs, including the Irish 6

17 February 2018 00:00 Ireland 2040: Significant developments on the cards for Co Cork

Cork gets 73 mentions in the NDP and 84 in the 2040 plan, while Kerry received 13 and nine respectively. A planned €200m is to be set aside by the Government to provide new bus corridors, more efficient and reliable bus services and a network of park-and-ride sites in Cork City and its suburbs. The NDP also mentions a new hospital and ambulances bases 8

15 February 2018 14:04 Temple Street asks parents to keep children away from emergency department as 14 left on trolleys

The hospital said seriously ill or injured children will still be treated as a priority. TEMPLE STREET CHILDREN’S hospital has asked parents not to bring children to its emergency department because of overcrowding. The Dublin hospital said that the department is especially busy today and urged people to use other treatment options such as their local 4

15 February 2018 10:08 Numbers continuing to rise in Limerick measles outbreak as doctors urge vaccinations

The HSE is offering the vaccine for free in Limerick. THE HSE HAS said that the numbers of people contracting measles due to the recent outbreak in Limerick continues to rise. Speaking on RTÉ’s Morning Ireland, HSE public health specialist Dr Rose Fitzgerald expressed her concerns at the recent outbreak. She said that it is likely numbers may continue 4

15 February 2018 01:09 Maurice Sheridan calls the cavalry against Dublin IT as NUIG charge to final

The Galway college haven’t been in the final since they last won it in 2003. They held off a spirited rally from a DIT side who were boosted by the availability of Dublin star Brian Howard for his first Sigerson Cup action of the campaign. But while he is now free to concentrate on his league commitments with Dublin, spare a thought for Corofin defender 5

15 February 2018 01:08 Bond’s boss M caught up in the Troubles in comic book

An all-Irish team of artists have combined to reveal the dark secret harboured by James Bond’s boss in a new comic book set in Belfast. Since 2015, Dynamite Entertainment have brought the adventures of 007 off the silver screen and into the pages of comic books written and illustrated by some of the industry’s biggest names. Limerick man Declan Shalvey 3

14 February 2018 01:05 Ireland hope to repeat last year’s nations cup success in Florida

Ireland has two show jumping teams in action this weekend for the first of this year’s nations cup fixtures. Michael Blake takes charge of affairs for the five-star meeting in Ocala, Florida, while Taylor Vard will be overseeing matters at Abu Dhabi’s five-star contest in the UAE. Both events are qualifiers in this year’s Longines FEI Nations Cup championship 4