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Shields, Cups and Medals

BY Kathrin Kobus The end of the playing season finally arrived at Clanna Gael Fontenoy on the afternoon of the 7th December.  Just after 3pm a huge cheer could be heard across Sean Moore Park. Clanns u16 boys had won […]

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Stay safe and enjoy the Festive Season, with regards from An Garda Siochana

BY Kathrin Kobus The busiest shopping period of the year is approaching its climax a little over a week from today. Here are some tips to stay safe and have no mishaps.   Online shopping and selling Check and double […]

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Clanna Gael Fontenoy

There’s a sense around the club that Christmas has come early this year, such has been the level of success both on and off the playing field. Not that such success has been easily achieved. On the contrary, the tremendous […]

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Charlie O’Hagan The Entertainer

By Gavan Bergin Charlie O’Hagan was born in Buncrana, County Donegal in July 1882. He was raised in the village of Linsfort, where his father ran the local shop. As a boy, Charlie played football and by the time he […]

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Campaign ends, problems remain

By David Prendeville And so Ireland’s EURO 2020 qualifying campaign concluded with Ireland having to enter the play-off games in March, needing to win both of those, to get in to the tournament we are co-hosting next summer. This campaign […]

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Post it – yourself

BY Kathrin Kobus An Post has launched the new service called Click&Post. It allows customers to print off labels for parcels, packages etc at home and drop off the posting item at the post office or a parcel locker. If […]

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Friends helping Friends

BY Kathrin Kobus Sue Cross, co-founder of Friends helping Friends was surely among friends and neighbours yesterday at the CYMS Hall which functioned as collection point for the Ringsend&Irishtown Community Help the Homeless Christmas appeal. Between 2 and 6 residents […]

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Ireland’s hope is on the PlayOffs

BY Kathrin Kobus A win yesterday would have guaranteed direct qualification but it wasn’t to be. Nevertheless the performance of McCarthy’s team showed actually attacking football. What was lacking the ability to convert the chances into goals But the “We […]

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Sunday Service of a different kind

Paddy Cullivan and Larissa Nolan will be joined by our editor Beibhinn Byrne together with Sunday Business Post journalist Richie Oakley on Sunday 24th November at Tailor’s Hall 12pm (opposite Christchurch Cathedral) to rustle through print fresh Sunday papers and […]

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Santa is coming

The Man from the North Pole will arrive tomorrow at 11am at Jervis Shopping Centre, accompanied by Frosty the Snowman and Rudolph the Red-nose Reindeer to open his magic Grotto. There’ll be magic Christmas shows, sing- along and meet&greet opportunities […]

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