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Letters : Wicklow Welcomes : arrival of Marauding Asylum Seekers sparks protests among residents

Letters : Wicklow Welcomes : arrival of Marauding Asylum Seekers sparks protests among residents

Back in November 2018, 200 residents turned up to a public meeting in St.Patricks GAA Club in Wicklow Town to discuss the conversion of the Grand Hotel in their town into a Direct Provision Centre for Asylum Seekers. At that meeting there were many angry exchanges with some concerned about tourism,
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Letters - Why have a Work Visa system at all if people can just use asylum system instead ??

Letters - Why have a Work Visa system at all if people can just use asylum system instead ??

The asylum system in Ireland has become an attractive backdoor into the Country where there is no need anymore to apply for a work visa. Men can just arrive in large numbers from safe countries such as Georgia, claim asylum, be given full board accommodation where they will be
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Wicklow SHC Final replay: Bray retain title

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Wicklow SHC Final replay

Bray Emmets 2-16Glenealy 2-8

By Brendan Lawrence at Aughrim

Bray Emmets became only the third ever hurling team to win four titles in a row in Wicklow after they defeated Glenealy following an interesting Lightning Protection Ireland Senior hurling final replay in Aughrim on Saturday.

A storming second-half performance that saw them outscore the proud men of Glenealy by 1-8 to 1-5 having taken a five-point lead into half-time allowed Marc Lennon to become the first ever hurling captain in the Garden County to lift four ODonoghue Cups in a row on what was a historic day for himself and the Bray Emmets club.

A sense of righting wrongs from the drawn final was what emanated from the opening half although there was no shaking the Glenealy men thanks to a sweet goal from Jonathan ONeill after 15 minutes in reply to an earlier major from Brays Eoin McCormack.

But all doubts about the destination of the ODonoghue Cup were quietened when Christy Moorehouse spun his marker, rampaged down on Cian Stauntons goal and lashed home with 18 gone in the second half to make it 2-13 to 1-6.

Powerful performances from Padraig Doyle, who would be presented with the man of the match award, Christy Moorehouse, John Henderson, Eoin McCormack and Marc Lennon to name but a few meant that despite them throwing everything they had at the Bray defence, there was no way back for Glenealy.

A heavy shower of rain moments before the parade suggested that this was going to be something of a dogfight and thats exactly how the first half turned out, with Bray Emmets trying to build a lead with the wind at their backs and Glenealy looking to hit stinging replies on the counter.

It was Bray who hit the ground running with a Mikey Boland point from play and a wicked Eoin McCormack goal inside the first five minutes with Glenealy registering a wide in the same time.

Paul Carleys men hit six wides in that opening half but opened up a 1-3 to 0-0 lead by the end of the first quarter with a superb John Henderson point followed by a Christy Moorehouse free.

But Glenealy got a massive score in the context of the game when Jonathan ONeill got on the end of a Matthew Traynor free from deep and lashed home to the bottom corner of Peter OReillys net.

The action, while untidy at times, was frenetic, the hits hard and the efforts to be applauded from both sets of players in energy-sucking conditions.

It would be 23 minutes into the first half when Glenealy registered their first white flag of the game, that from a Gavin Weir free but Bray were leading 1-5 to 1-1 at that point thanks to two Moorehouse points one free.

The Bray star fired over a monster free from his own 65 to push the lead out to five, but Weir struck back with his own humongous effort after a foul on Danny Staunton.

A peach from Moorehouse after great work from the outstanding Arran Murphy was answered by a class Gavin Weir score after he plucked the ball from the sky at the Rednagh Hill end, and the sides retired with Bray up by five with but the wind favouring the Reds in the second half.

But that wind would count for nothing as Moorehouse, Mikey Boland, Padraig Doyle, Moorehouse again and again opened up a 1-13 to 1-6 lead with the maestro's beautiful goal the final nail in the Glenealy coffin.

Bray have equalled the great teams of Carnew 1978, 79, 80 and 81 and Glenealy 2010, 11, 12, 13 by winning the four-in-a-row. Few would bet against them to go on and drive for five in 2023.

Scorers for Bray Emmets: Christy Moorehouse 1-10 4fs, Eoin McCormack 1-1, Mikey Boland 0-2, Padraig Doyle, John Henderson, and Diarmuid Masterson 0-1 each.

Scorers for Glenealy: Gavin Weir 1-5 1-4fs, Jonathan O'Neill 1-0, Danny Staunton 0-3.

Bray Emmets: Peter OReilly; Ben Kearney, Karl Lacey, Sean Maloney; Cian Lohan, Padraig Doyle, John Henderson; Diarmuid Masterson, Luke Maloney; Marc Lennon, Arran Murphy, Eoin McCormack 1-1; Ben McCormack, Christy Moorehouse, Mikey Boland.

Subs: Davy Maloney for B McCormack 37, Ronan McMahon for C Lohan 49, Cathal O Dulachin for M Boland 57, James Anders for L Maloney 57

Glenealy: Cian Staunton; Joey Driver, Warren Kavanagh, Paul OBrien; Matthew Traynor, Gary Byrne, Sam ODowd; Robert Byrne, Ronan Manley; Gavin Weir, Danny Staunton, Tommy Doyle; Jonathan ONeill, Alan Driver, Jamie Byrne.

Subs: Jack Kavanagh for P OBrien 51, Daire Henderson for A Murphy 52, John Manley for J Byrne 56, Alan Conyard for A Driver 57

Referee: Max Molloy Annacurra.

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2022 PwC All-Stars Awards: Kerry's Paudie Clifford

2022 PwC All-Stars Awards: Kerry's Paudie Clifford

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Flanagan relishing Ballyea's dramatic rise

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By Cian O'Connell For a long time hope sustained Ballyea. The promise of brighter days, that a new wave of talent could bring trophies and glory.These are truly special times for Ballyea, who are set to contest another AIB Munster Club decider against Ballygunner following a fourth Clare title since
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Pรกdraic Joyce: 'We'll definitely try out a lot of lads'

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By Cian O'Connell Galway manager Pdraic Joyce is hopeful a number of players, who impressed in club action, can make an impact in the 2023 Allianz Football League.Ian Burke, an All-Star in 2018, Mountbellew-Moylough's Barry McHugh, and Salthill-Knocknacarra duo John Maher and Evan Murphy are training with the Galway panel
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Leinster Wheelchair Hurling Team Honoured

Leinster Wheelchair Hurling Team Honoured

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Home Leinster Wheelchair Hurling Team Honoured December 6th, 2022On Sunday Comhairle Laighean welcomed its Wheelchair Hurlers to Croke Park. It was a special occasion for all players as it was a celebration of the many personal and team achievements over the last few years. With many of
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Collaborative approach serving Galway well

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By Cian OConnell Out west the Galway Coaching and Games department and senior football team are collaborating with a series of workshops.The next event, which will focus on the art of goalkeeping, will be held this month. With the aid of senior players, two successful sessions have been staged.Early in
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AIB Connacht Club SFC Final: Maigh Cuilinn secure silverware

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AIB Connacht Club SFC Final Maigh Cuilinn 0-13 Tourlestrane 0-6By Cian O'Connell at Pearse Stadium Maigh Cuilinn eventually shrugged off Tourlestranes spirited resistance in Salthill to claim a first ever AIB Connacht Club SFC title.Prompted by the splendid Sen Kelly and Peter Cooke, who mined three delightful second period points
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2022 PwC Camogie All Stars

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All-Ireland Senior champions Kilkenny dominate the 2022 PwC Camogie All-Stars team after capturing the ODuffy Cup for a 15th time. Taking eight places on the team, the 2022 PwC Camogie All-Star selection was announced by Marie Crowe, at a ceremony in Croke Park on Saturday 26th November.Amongst the All-Stars recipients
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Kevin Kilmurray RIP

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By Offaly GAA The Offaly GAA community is mourning the death of legendary footballer Kevin Kilmurray, a winner of two All-Ireland Senior Football Championship medals, and two All-Star awards, among many other accolades during an illustrious career.Offaly County Board Chairman, Michael Duignan was a personal friend of Mr Kilmurray and
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Walsh Inspires Crokes To Victoy

Walsh Inspires Crokes To Victoy

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Home Walsh Inspires Crokes To Victoy December 4th, 2022Kilmacud Crokes 1-12 The Downs 0-8By Paul Keane & Ben OKeeffe at Croke Park Shane Walsh enjoyed the freedom of Croke Park again, helping himself to another nine points as his adopted club Kilmacud Crokes secured back to back
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2022 Go Ahead Dublin Senior 1 Hurling Final- Kilmacud Crokes v Na Fianna

2022 Go Ahead Dublin Senior 1 Hurling Final- Kilmacud Crokes v Na Fianna

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Shamrocks Reign Supreme Once Again

Shamrocks Reign Supreme Once Again

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Home Shamrocks Reign Supreme Once Again December 4th, 2022Ballyhale Shamrocks 2-22 Kilmacud Crokes 2-19By Paul Keane & Ben OKeeffe at Croke Park Ballyhale Shamrocks are AIB Leinster club SHC champions for a 12th time, but it took an epic struggle to shrug off Kilmacud Crokes and secure
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AIB Connacht Club SFC: Maigh Cuilinn secure silverware

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AIB Connacht Club SFC Final Maigh Cuilinn 0-13 Tourlestrane 0-6By Cian O'Connell at Pearse Stadium Maigh Cuilinn eventually shrugged off Tourlestranes spirited resistance in Salthill to claim a first ever AIB Connacht Club SFC title.Prompted by the splendid Sen Kelly and Peter Cooke, who mined three delightful second period points
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GAA Master Fixtures for 2023 published

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The GAA today published its Master Fixtures schedule for 2023.The AIB All-Ireland Senior Club Football and Hurling Championship Finals are the first key dates in the diary, with both taking place on the weekend of January 21/22.Round 1 of the Allianz Football League takes place on the weekend of January
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Kilmacud Crokes manager Robbie Brennan chats to DubsTV after Leinster Football Final win v The Downs

Kilmacud Crokes manager Robbie Brennan chats to DubsTV after Leinster Football Final win v The Downs

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AIB Leinster Club SFC Final: Walsh inspires Crokes

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AIB Leinster Club SFC Final Kilmacud Crokes 1-12 The Downs 0-8By Paul Keane at Croke Park Shane Walsh enjoyed the freedom of Croke Park again, helping himself to another nine points as his adopted club Kilmacud Crokes secured back to back AIB Leinster club football titles.Walsh memorably fired nine points
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Progressive Glen making an impact

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By Cian OConnell Translating underage potential into senior glory remains a demanding challenge for GAA clubs throughout the country. Watty Graham's, Glen traded on promise for so long. Possibilities always existed, but delivering a Derry SFC triumph was the mission they wanted to accomplish.Now that two county titles have been
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