From the42.ie USA FLANKER JOHN Quill already has life after rugby figured out. The Cork man, who has earned 27 caps for the US and starts today’s clash with the Māori All Blacks at Soldier Field after Ireland play Italy, plans to move into the family bakery business. Quill’s father, Fergus, runs Collins Bakery back home in Youghal and is the fourth generation of the family in charge of the business.
1st Liz Walsh, Kate Flavin ,Tony Lynch. With a score of 63. 2nd Michael Landers, Mick Coleman ,Maurice Power. Score 62. 3rd Ger Motherway , Jim Morey and Kevin Landers. Score 58. 4th Steven Hennessy , Tommy Bulman and Dermot Hogan Score 58. Well done to all the Teams who took part and a huge thanks to all the Teams and Sponsors who supported what was a hugely successful
IRONMAN Ireland, Cork will be here for the next 3 years and will bring 2500 athletes, along with their families, spectators and friends, to East Cork on the week of 23rd June next year and the same week in subsequent years, with up to 3000 athletes possible at later dates. If successful IRONMAN will seek to extend their contract with Cork County Council for a further 5 years which means
Calling all businesses in East Cork! We promised you the IRONMAN Ireland Business Proud Supporter packs and they're ready to roll! Click below to submit your business. Entry is FREE but in return we would like you to provide a discount, offer or voucher of some sort to our athletes wo are already busy on a daily basis testing out the routes for the event. Ideas and suggestions when you
We are excited to announce the addition of our first full distance event in Ireland, IRONMAN Ireland, Cork. The inaugural race will take place on June 23, 2019. The race will be held in Youghal, Co. Cork which is located approximately 45 minutes west of Cork city and Cork International Airport. Youghal is a coastal fishing town on the southern coast of Ireland and a fortified seaport since the fifth century.
Today's opening ceremony marks the start of the 2018 Winter Olympics and although Ireland isn't known as an alpine sports stronghold we are still sending a five-strong team in pursuit of glory. The games take place in PyeongChang in South Korea, with Irish athletes competing in snowboarding and various skiing disciplines. Whereas in the summer games, expectations are usually high that Ireland can return home with a few medals, just
From Breakingnews.ie AIB All-Ireland Junior Club Hurling Final Ardmore (Waterford) 3-11 St Mogues Fethard (Wexford) 0-18 AET Ardmore became the first Waterford club to pick up AIB All-Ireland Junior Club Hurling silverware following a gruelling extra-time battle at Croke Park this afternoon. Seamus Prendergast delivered a Man of the Match display, after Ardmore dug deep in extra-time, following a game where they looked good for large periods at taking silverware.
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Episodes 6 of our racing documentary series is now available to download from our podcast page at http://cry104fm.com/cry-player/podcast/cry104fm-documentary-podcasts/
Episodes 1 to 5 of our racing documentary series are now available to download from our podcast page at http://cry104fm.com/cry-player/podcast/cry104fm-documentary-podcasts/
Youghal Rugby Club is the place to be on Saturday the 5th of March! Youghal RFC first team are pushing for promotion to Division 2! They have gone undefeated in the league all season and play at home at 7.30pm on Saturday against Killorglin who are also in the fight for promotion! Its going to be an epic battle! The match will be played under the new floodlights and the
Killeagh GAA NEWSLETTER FOR W/C August 18th 2014. Club Lotto Results; Details for our latest Lotto draw are as follows: Numbers drawn on Tuesday August 12th were 1, 5, 17 and 27. There was no winner of this week's jackpot and the jackpot for our next draw will be €11200. Lucky dip winners were William Bashford, Claire Kennedy, Coleman Family and Rochford Trio. Thanks to everyone who supports our weekly
Killeagh GAA NEWSLETTER FOR W/C August 11th 2014. Club Lotto Results; Details for our latest Lotto draw are as follows: Numbers drawn on Tuesday August 5th were 1, 10, 15 and 30. There was no winner of this week's jackpot and the jackpot for our next draw will be €11000. Lucky dip winners were E&C Fogarty, Ger Ahern, Aoife Parsons and Carmel Murphy. Thanks to everyone who supports our weekly
Killeagh GAA NEWSLETTER FOR W/C August 4th 2014. Club Lotto Results; Details for our latest Lotto draw are as follows: Numbers drawn on Tuesday July 29th were 4, 17, 18 and 25. There was no winner of this week's jackpot and the jackpot for our next draw will be €10800. Lucky dip winners were Mary Landers, Mary Seward, Carmel Barry and Eoghan O’Horgan. Thanks to everyone who supports our weekly
Ladies night at Youghal Dog Track for the Southern Oaks Final. Winner of Best Dressed Lady will receive prizes to the value of €500.00.
NEWSLETTER FOR W/C July 21st 2014. Club Lotto Results; Details for our latest Lotto draw are as follows: Numbers drawn on Tuesday July 15th were 3, 5, 7 and 28. There was no winner of this week's jackpot and the jackpot for our next draw will be €10400. Lucky dip winners were Martin Kelly, Tadhg and Carmel Landers, Karen Broderick and Mary O’Connor. Thanks to everyone who supports our weekly
NEWSLETTER FOR W/C June 30th 2014. Club Lotto Heading for €10,000 There was no winner of this week's jackpot and the jackpot for our next draw will be €9800. Our next Lotto draw takes place in the clubhouse on Tuesday night, July 1st and, you never know, It could be you.Thanks to everyone who supports our weekly lotto draw. Club Shop; The Club shop is open on Saturday mornings from
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Youghal United AFC are holding a soccer marathon, Clarets v Sky Blues, fundraising day on 4th May. This is to raise funds to repair the storm damaged floodlights. After the final match, there will be the presentation of the Perpetual Cup by FAI Chief Executive John Delaney. This will be followed by the official opening of the clubs newly re-surfaced all-weather pitch and a raffle for two VIP tickets to