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10 January 2019 18:10 Court hears woman in Kerry dealt cannabis and cocaine to buy food for horses in animal sanctuary

A middle-aged English woman running an animal sanctuary in Kerry resorted to dealing cannabis and cocaine to buy food for her horses. Rosalin Barton of Barrduff, Killarney was jailed for four years today. She was caught in a transaction involving the movement of €139,000 worth of cannabis herb at Dromalour, Kanturk, County Cork. In a follow-up search 63

09 January 2019 10:30 Sligo captain set to miss 2019 season through injury

Sligo captain Kevin McDonnell looks set to miss out on all of 2019 as he struggles to recover from a troublesome hip injury, while experienced duo David Kelly and Ross Donovan also look set to miss out on Paul Taylor’s first year in charge. Sligo begin their FBD League campaign when they clash with Roscommon at Dr Hyde Park on Sunday, but the loss of McDonnell 98

06 January 2019 16:49 Cork make short work of Limerick; will meet Clare in McGrath Cup final

Cork will meet Clare in the McGrath Cup final this Saturday after comfortably dismissing Limerick in today’s penultimate round clash at a venue which had neither a stand nor a scoreboard. Cork held a 1-6 to 0-6 advantage at the end of a competitive first 35 minutes of football, but what materialised thereafter was of a most one-sided variety as the visitors 59

01 January 2019 15:24 Baby Maeve is Ireland's first baby of 2019

Baby Maeve has claimed the crown as Ireland's first baby of 2019 after arriving just three seconds after midnight at Our Lady Of Lourdes Hospital in Drogheda. Maeve, born to mum Michelle Montague and dad Simon Cox from Kilmessan near Trim in Co Meath, weighed 7.4lbs and is the couple's first child. Michelle, 27, said she first began having pains around 55

04 December 2018 17:53 Judge describes woman's humanist marriage as 'mumbo-jumbo' and says that she is not married at all

A judge has described a Co Clare woman’s humanist marriage as ‘mumbo-jumbo’ and 'for the fairies' stating that she didn't get married at all four years ago. At Killaloe District Court on Tuesday, Judge Patrick Durcan made his comment when convicting mother of nine, Patricia McLeish (41) of Shanbally, Craughwell, Co Galway of giving a Garda a false name when she was stopped 35

28 November 2018 00:00 SEAMUS O'TUAMA: Aidan Murphy edges James O’Donovan in Shannonvale battle

Aidan Murphy beat James O’Donovan in the last shot of the feature score in the Irish Wheelchair Association benefit series at Shannonvale. O’Donovan had 100m odds after two to McSweeney’s wall. Murphy made the new house with his next. O’Donovan played his reply to the left, missing a chance to consolidate his lead, and beat the tip by just 20m. Murphy 35

23 November 2018 17:19 O'Shea stars as St Brendan’s ease to Corn Ui Mhuiri win over Clonakilty

St Brendan’s College Killarney eased into the Corn Uí Mhuirí quarter-finals with a facile 23-point victory over Clonakilty Community College at Millstreet. The game was over as a contest by halftime when the Kerry side led 0-8 to 0-3 having played against the elements. 2018 All-Ireland winning Kerry minor captain Paul O’Shea was a different class hitting 28

14 November 2018 16:19 Another massacre at Lewis Rd as Corcha Dhuibhne hammers Macroom

Another Kerry/Cork clash at Lewis Rd and another massacre on the scoreboard as PS Chorca Dhuibhne served notice that they will be strong contenders to retain their Corn Uí Mhuirí title with a power-packed display against De La Salle Macroom this afternoon. The Chorca Dhuibhne outfit, managed by former Kerry manager Eamonn Fitzmaurice and current selector 26

03 November 2018 15:28 Fermoy ease to Munster semi-final with 15-point win

Fermoy eased to a 15-point victory over Galbally in the AIB Munster club IFC quarter-final on Saturday. The Cork champions scored four goals in the second quarter that set them on their way. Martin Brennan, Dale Dawson, Kieran Morrison and Jack Hutchings finding the net, enabling them lead 4-7 to 0-3 at the interval. And while Fermoy only scored twice 40

27 October 2018 20:59 Na Piarsaigh make experience count against Doon

This Limerick SHC final went to an experienced Na Piarsaigh outfit on a chilly evening in the Gaelic Grounds. Doon defended the Ennis Road end and began with a bang, Pat Ryan finishing from close range on two minutes to give them a 1-0 to no score lead and energising the 7,526 in attendance. Na Piarsaigh had four points to establish themselves, but Barry 35