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21 May 2018 01:47 Robin Dawson secures title in Royal County Down battle

And so it was for Tramore’s Robin Dawson, who ended his five-year wait for a major championship victory when surviving some back nine drama to win the Flogas Irish Amateur Open by four strokes from England’s John Gough and Castle’s Alex Gleeson at Royal County Down on two-under par. The Old Lady of Newcastle bore her consider teeth on the final day, when a cold southerly

14 May 2018 03:14 Ex-lifeguard ‘just had to help’ homeless man drowning in river Lee

The Canadian woman who, along with her brother, helped save a homeless man from drowning in the river Lee said their lifeguard training played a key role in the daring rescue. Dianne Stewart, who lives and works in London, told the Irish Examiner that she worked as a lifeguard in a beach and pool setting in Canada when she was a teen. “I wouldn’t have been able to live with myself 3

12 May 2018 00:20 Dundalk close gap on Cork to a point with dramatic late winner

Stephen Kenny’s side looked like being frustrated by Sligo Rovers at Oriel Park last night but the Galway man ensured they got back to winning ways by heading home Dane Massey’s cross on 88 minutes. It was a devastating blow for Ger Lyttle’s side who had fought back from the concession of an early penalty, scored by Hoban, to draw level in first half stoppage 1

10 May 2018 14:01 An Aer Lingus flight has returned to Dublin after hitting a hare on take-off

After reaching north of the French coast, the morning flight had to turn back to Dublin Airport. AN AER LINGUS flight was forced to return to Dublin Airport this morning amid fears that a hare had been sucked into one of the jet’s engines during take-off. Flight EI-582 departed Dublin at 8.15am and was bound for Malaga in Spain with 287 passengers on board 3

09 May 2018 21:16 Truck crash spills 12 tonnes of liquid chocolate onto Polish motorway

Chocolate tire marks stretched for several kilometres in both directions. A TANKER TRUCK turned a stretch of highway into Poland’s sweet spot when it spilt 12 tonnes of liquid chocolate after crashing through a traffic barrier. Local police said it was unclear why the truck belonging to a sweet maker slammed into the central reservation on the A2 motorway 1

07 May 2018 02:02 Liverpool: Would it make more sense to keep Conte?

We were also hoping Liverpool’s European exploits would have taken their toll. As it was, I didn’t think they looked particularly fatigued – especially against some of our more senior players. I also think we were well worth the points, having kept Salah quiet and giving them very few opportunities. Huge credit must go to Giroud and the manner in which 1

04 May 2018 11:00 Irish FA turn down Cliftonville request and God Save The Queen will be played before tomorrow's cup final

Cliftonville face Coleraine in tomorrow’s decider. CLIFTONVILLE FC’S REQUEST for God Save The Queen not to be played before tomorrow’s Irish Cup final against Coleraine at Windsor Park in Belfast has been turned down. The Irish FA held a meeting last night to consider the request but decided not to grant it while revealing they will conduct a future 4

01 May 2018 01:52 Deadly Dundalk blitz St Pat’s

Coming into the game on the back of Friday’s defeat away to Cork City, Stephen Kenny’s side took the game to their opponents right from the off. However, despite 12 attempts at goal in the first half they could find no breakthrough. Patrick Hoban could have had a hat-trick as he was denied by Barry Murphy at point blank range after just five minutes 11

01 May 2018 00:07 Tyrone concern over Lee Brennan injury

Tyrone’s top scorer Lee Brennan has emerged as a doubt for the big Ulster SFC opener against Monaghan on May 20. He picked up a hamstring injury in the latter stages of Trillick’s Division One league tie against Donaghmore on Sunday, and is a major concern for the Healy Park tie. The 21-year-old made a sensational impact during this year’s NFL, finishing 8

30 April 2018 14:54 In the past year, 60,000 young people turned 18 and will need to register to vote

So here’s a reminder on how to go about that. A GROUP REPRESENTING young Irish people have said that it’s possible that thousands of young people who are eligible to vote are not on the register. The figure is based on 404 interviews by RedC conducted last year that found that 22% of 18- to 29-year-olds were not registered to vote, equating to 151,000 young 17