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Village mourns deaths of Oliver and John

first_imgEmail Twitter Advertisement Facebook Print NewsLocal NewsVillage mourns deaths of Oliver and JohnBy admin – January 13, 2009 753 center_img THE village of Hospital was in mourning this week after a horrific road traffic accident caused the deaths of Oliver Kearney, aged 21, and his friend John Swords (22).It is understood that Mr Swords had earlier attended the christening of his baby daughter.Their Honda Civic hit a wall outside Knocklong parish church.According to reports, both men were on their way to Knocklong to investigate an alleged break-in at Mr Swords home.Mr Kearney, a carpenter, was the only child of Noreen Kearney, whose husband died in 2008.Mr Swords was son of John and Eileen Swords, and is also survived by sister, Stephanie.Gardai said that both men were pronounced dead at the scene of the accident, and their bodies were removed to the Mid-Western Regional Hospital. WhatsApp Linkedin Previous articleLimerick manager rings in new year with top awardNext articleTraining centre on way to Moyross adminlast_img read more

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Rodgers demands Reds response

first_img There was a tangible atmosphere of deflation around Anfield, which had been a cauldron of noise just 90 minutes previously as it had in many other home games in the last few weeks, but Rodgers will not allow that to permeate into a squad which had won 11 successive league matches prior to Sunday. “I think we have been on a run of games in which the games we have won has been exceptional and to lose against Chelsea is a big disappointment because we haven’t had many games we have lost,” said the Reds boss. “This is a great group of players and we will take this on the chin and will continue to work on. We’ll recover and go again and hopefully we’ll get the win against Crystal Palace. “Our objective is for ourselves. We need to win our two games and see where it takes us and we will be fine.” Rodgers has always argued that making the leap from seventh to first was unprecedented and that his side had exceeded expectations this season. That they are still leading Chelsea and City, who have spent considerably more, is an achievement in itself and the Reds boss believes there are plenty of positives to be achieved from taking six points from their remaining two fixtures. “We are two points above Chelsea, which is phenomenal when you see the squad they have, and if we win our last two games we will finish above them,” added Rodgers. “If we can finish off the season and win these two games we’ll finish above them and maybe above Manchester City – but there’s still a way to go.” Chelsea’s stifling defensive tactics at Anfield have generated much debate and while they obviously had merit as Jose Mourinho’s side came out on top, for Rodgers – a man of purist footballing principles – it stuck in the throat somewhat. “We have a way of working and I take great pride in that,” he said. “We might not have got the result but we’ve seen over the course of the season that we have made great strides and we’ll continue to do that. “When you win the game of course you will say you are the better team but certainly we were the better team because we were the ones wanting to win the game. “I don’t think there is any disputing that, but it is hard to reinforce that when you lose. “What the game will do is prepare us for Crystal Palace. We will have to deal with long balls forward, which we did well. “We will have to deal with long throw-ins, so we got the chance to do that. “They will have lots of players behind the ball, which we will be prepared for as well.” Off the field the £260million scheme for the regeneration of the Anfield area – including the rebuilding of two new stands at the club’s ground – took another step forward after the Strategic Regeneration Framework was agreed by Liverpool City Council after public consultation closed. Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers insists his players will take their setback against Chelsea on the chin as they focus on keeping their Premier League title chances alive. The 2-0 defeat at Anfield took the destiny of a first championship in 24 years out of their hands with Manchester City, three points behind with a superior goal difference and a match in hand, now the favourites. By the time the Reds play Crystal Palace on Monday evening they could be third in the table and will be relying on near-neighbours Everton to do them a huge favour by taking points off Manuel Pellegrini’s side at Goodison Park on Saturday. Press Associationlast_img read more

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Matthew Moyer opts for Vanderbilt

first_imgFormer Syracuse redshirt freshman Matthew Moyer will transfer to Vanderbilt, he announced on Twitter on Thursday afternoon. Moyer started the first 20 games last season for the Orange, losing his job after suffering a high-ankle sprain on Jan. 24 against Boston College. He played in 15 more games but never started.AdvertisementThis is placeholder textThe forward announced his intent to transfer on March 26, shortly after SU’s season-ending loss to Duke in the Sweet 16 of the NCAA Tournament. Moyer finished the year averaging 16.8 minutes, 3.2 points and 3.4 rebounds per game.In Moyer’s first year at SU, he injured himself during the 2016-17 preseason, deciding to redshirt. He struggled in his only season playing with the Orange and was often chastised by head coach Jim Boeheim.At then-No. 23 Florida State in January, Moyer said Boeheim “got into me” during halftime. Moyer said that was not uncommon, especially if he had made a few mistakes early in the game.“Obviously coach Boeheim can be tough sometimes,” Moyer told The Daily Orange before SU’s Sweet 16 matchup with Duke a month ago.Moyer is the fourth player to leave the SU program in the past academic year, joining Taurean Thompson, graduate student Geno Thorpe and walk-on-turned-scholarship player Braedon Bayer. Comments Published on April 19, 2018 at 2:54 pm Contact Matthew: [email protected] | @MatthewGut21center_img Facebook Twitter Google+last_img read more

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Tipp lose out to strong Deise side for U21 Munster title

first_imgSelector Liam O’Shea believes the last quarter-hour of the match proved pivotal. An Austin Gleeson-inspired Waterford proved a little too good for the Premier County in last night’s U21 final.The Déise ran out 2-19 to 0-15 victors at Walsh Park.Tipp manager William Maher says his players gave their all…last_img

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