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Enoch Burke says claims about him "annoying other prisoners" were "made up" as defamation case continues against newspaper

Enoch Burke says claims about him "annoying other prisoners" were "made up" as defamation case continues against newspaper

Jailed Teacher Enoch Burke has described claims in a Sunday Independent Article which alleged he was."moved to a new jail cell for his own safety" because he was "annoying other prisoners".. as - "made up" . The Article entitled .. "Enoch Burke moved to new jail cell for his
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Large Crowds turn out for Free Speech Rally in Dublin

Large Crowds turn out for Free Speech Rally in Dublin

Large crowds of people turned out for a Free Speech Rally in Dublin on Saturday afternoon. The March comes ahead of government plans to introduce hate crime laws in Ireland in the coming months. In November, Minister for Justice Helen McEntee announced that under the new laws, the right to free
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Wicklow SHC Final: Kavanagh's late point forces a replay

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Wicklow SHC final

Bray Emmets 0-16 Glenealy 0-16

By Brendan Lawrence at Aughrim

A stunning late point from substitute Jack Kavanagh saved the day for Glenealy in a pulsating Lightning Protection Ireland Senior hurling championship final in the County Grounds in Aughrim on Sunday afternoon.

Bray Emmets, going for their fourth ODonoghue Cup on the trot, were never allowed to open up the shoulders as they had done in previous finals by superb Glenealy defending, epitomised by the sweeping Gary Byrne who was outstanding.

Glenealys renowned goal threat was never more real than in those last tense few moments as long ball after long ball rained down on top of Gavin Weir and Jonathan ONeill Jnr but the Bray defence, aided by the sweeping Padraig Doyle, held the Reds at bay and they will get another chance at the four-in-a-row next weekend.

A stop-start, opening half was exactly what the challengers Glenealy would have wanted given that they were playing against the breeze and were wary of the goal threat of a free-flowing Bray Emmets.

Michael Anthony ONeills men handled that threat extremely well, limiting the defending champions to just two points from play, both from the hurl of team captain Marc Lennon, while Matthew Traynor won almost all his one-on-one battles with Bray sharpshooter Christy Moorehouse who accounted for Brays other five points.

Traynor was not just utilised as a man marker, however. He was on the free-taking duties for any infringement within his own half and his massive bombs caused the Bray half-back line all sorts of problems with the likes of Danny Staunton, Ronan Manley and Jamie Byrne prowling for breaking ball.

The superb Danny Staunton opened the scoring from one of Traynors frees from deep, but Moorehouse struck back and would add two more to open up a 0-3 to 0-1 lead with five gone.

Glenealy steadied, helped by a stoppage, and Traynor free and Gavin Weir free leveled matters with nine on the clock.

Leading 0-7 to 0-4 with 20 gone was probably the position Michael Anthony ONeill would have taken before the game and thats where they found themselves thanks to points from Staunton, Jonathan ONeill Jnr and another Weir free.

Moorehouse steadied the ship with a free, but Weir struck back while Lennon and Moorehouse took us to the break with Glenealy leading by one at 0-8 to 0-7.

Moorehouse drew the sides level after the restart and it was nip and tuck from then until the 52nd minute when Bray began their surge for the line with three points in a row from Marc Lennon, who did almost everything in his power to get his side over the line, Moorehouse free and Mikey Boland.

But Glenealy showed their class when pulling it back to a single point at 0-16 to 0-15 with points from Danny Staunton and Weir two frees while the last chance fell to Jack Kavanagh who hoisted over a beautiful score to the sheer delight of the Glenealy faithful and the final whistle sounded soon after sending both on a collision course for next weekend.

Scorers for Bray Emmets: Christy Moorehouse 0-10 10fs, Marc Lennon 0-4, Mikey Boland and Davy Maloney 0-1 each.

Scorers for Glenaly: Gavin Weir 0-8 7fs, Danny Staunton 0-5 1f, Jonathan O'Neill Jnr, Jack Kavanagh, and Matthew Traynor f 0-1 each.

Bray Emmets: Peter OReilly; Ben Kearney, Karl Lacey, Seanie Maloney; Cian Lohan, Padraig Doyle, John Henderson; Diarmuid Masterson, Luke Maloney; Marc Lennon, Ronan McMahon, Eoin McCormack; Davy Maloney, Christy Moorehouse, Mikey Boland.

Subs: Ben Kearney for R McMahon 41, Arran Murphy for L Maloney 56.

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 Jnr, Alan Driver, Jamie Byrne.

Subs: Jack Kavanagh for J Byrne 49, James Byrne for R Byrne 56, Declan Conyard for A Driver 60

Referee: Max Molloy Annacurra.

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AIB All Ireland Club SHC semi-final fixtures confirmed

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The GAA can confirm the following fixture arrangements.Sunday December 18AIB GAA Hurling All-Ireland Senior Club Championship Semi-Finals St Thomas' Galway v Cchulainns Dunloy Antrim, Croke Park, 1.30pm, TG4E.T & Winner on the Day Ballyhale Shamrocks Kilkenny v Ballygunner Waterford, Croke Park, 3.30pm, TG4E.T & Winner on the Day
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Austin Gleeson: 'We are extremely excited'

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By Cian OConnell On the eve of the 2023 inter-county season Waterfords Austin Gleeson is delighted to be embracing a new challenge.Collective training has resumed for panels throughout the country with Davy Fitzgeralds arrival as Waterford manager adding another interesting dynamic.Gleeson has already been struck by Fitzgeralds combination of purpose
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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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AIB Munster Club SHC: Ballygunner finish with a flourish

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AIB Munster Club SHC semi-final Ballygunner 2-20 Na Piarsaigh 2-15By Tom Clancy at TUS Gaelic Grounds Reigning All-Ireland champions Ballygunner used their powers of recovery to defeat Limerick champions, Na Piarsaigh at TUS Gaelic Grounds. Trailing by four at the interval, the firmly clicked into gear in the second period
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Henry Shefflin busy preparing for new campaign

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By Cian O'Connell Reviews take place at the end of every inter-county campaign.So how does Henry Shefflin reflect on his first year in charge of the Galway senior hurlers? "I think it was captured outside, we're looking for silverware," Shefflin responded immediately."Did we get any? No we didn't. We ended
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Club Officer Training Winter Series

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The GAA, LGFA and Camogie Association today announced the next phase of training for Club Officers as part of the Club Leadership Development Programme CLDP. The programme, created and organised by the volunteer-led Officer Development Committee, features a range of live webinars, in-person workshops and online resources such as webinar
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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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Enoch Burke says claims about him "annoying other prisoners" were "made up" as defamation case continues against newspaper

Enoch Burke says claims about him "annoying other prisoners" were "made up" as defamation case continues against newspaper

Jailed Teacher Enoch Burke has described claims in a Sunday Independent Article which alleged he was."moved to a new jail cell for his own safety" because he was "annoying other prisoners".. as - "made up" . The Article entitled .. "Enoch Burke moved to new jail cell for his
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Large Crowds turn out for Free Speech Rally in Dublin

Large Crowds turn out for Free Speech Rally in Dublin

Large crowds of people turned out for a Free Speech Rally in Dublin on Saturday afternoon. The March comes ahead of government plans to introduce hate crime laws in Ireland in the coming months. In November, Minister for Justice Helen McEntee announced that under the new laws, the right to free
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