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Well it has been a wash-out of a Summer with farmers in particular being hard hit. It has not been favourable for tourism either but we never died a winter yet and we will soldier on. The Olympics dominated our screens for two weeks and while our Athletes did not impress on the track, our boxing team were brilliant. Lead by the now world famous Katie Taylor the Irish made a huge impression in the ring. Clare teams had mixed fortunes with the under 21 hurlers forging a last gasp victory over Tipp, They then had a facile win over Antrim and now face Kilkenny in the final. Our under 16 ladies took an All Ireland football title while our minor hurlers were most unlucky to lose out to Dublin in the All Ireland Semi-final
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10th Nell Galvin Music Festival, Moyasta August 31st - September 2nd Vintage and Agricultural Show, Carrigaholt September 2nd Declan Hayes Memorial Doonbeg 10K Sat. September 8th 11.A.M Kilkee Strand Races September 15th - 16th Seafood In September, Carrigaholt September 21st - 23rd Che do Bheatha, Kilkee September 28th - 30th
Shop Local in West Clare The time has come for us West Clare people, both business people and members of the public to stand up and be counted. Our towns and villages contain many businesses that have given us great service and lots of employment down the years. Sadly many West Clare business owners are finding it very difficult to survive at the moment. Do we want our villages and town centres to become "Ghost Towns" along with the continued emigration of our young people. If only all of the inhabitants of West Clare adopted a "Shop Local" policy, the future of our small to medium size businesses, which is now in jeopardy, could be more secure. Its happening all over the countryâ€”why not here? Think twice before you head to the big shopping Malls. On-line purchasing is becoming popular. You may save pennies by doing so, but thankfully many people still like to see and touch products before purchasing and there is also the advantage of a good after sales service if you shop local. West Clare offers a wide variety of goods and servicesâ€”sufficient to fill the needs of most people. Are you interested in becoming a dedicated West Clare Shopper? Would you be prepared to try and shop local for any available items or services? Do you wish to help employment prospects in West Clare and slow down the departure of our talented young people to Australia and other places.? If so why not help us to form a group for local shoppers where in co-operation with the shops, we can share information regarding special offers and good services that are being provided. If you are interested in the idea please contact Gerard at 086 2876402 or email to : email@example.com
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Cooraclare Cree Community Games Member captured Gold for the first time ever when Niamh Conlon won Gold in very impressive style at the All-Ireland Athletics Community Games finals in Athlone on Sunday August 26th. Niamh, daughter of Lisha and Donal Conlon captured Gold in the under 10 100 metres. This was the highlight of what has been a very impressive career to date. Two years ago Niamh took silver in the Under 8 80 metres at the same venue. This year has been a fantastic year for Niamh as she won 4 golds in the Clare Championship finals plus a gold and bronze in the Munster finals. However taking the gold at national level in the Community Games level is a dream come true for Niamh, her family and her trainers. Watch out for Niamh, she has the ability to compete at the highest level, how about Olympics 2024?
Niamh Conlon with her Gold Medal after the finals of the under 10 100 metres at the All Ireland Community Games
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Scattery Island is definitely one of Ireland’s best kept secrets. It’s place in Irish history is well defined dating back to St Senan in the sixth century. The Monastery which was founded by St Senan was, at the time, one of the most important monastic sites in the British Isles. The ruins on the Island include a well preserved round tower, standing a height of 120 feet, it is one of the highest in Ireland. There are also the remains of three of the seven churches which once adorned the Island. St Senan ran a very strict regime on the Island and one of his rules was that no female was allowed on to the island. The name Scattery or Inis Cathaig in Irish has at least two possible origins. The Danes and later the Normans attacked the island as they rightly suspected that there were a lot of valuable sacred Vessels and other item of interest on the Island so it is suggested that they associated the island with “Scatty” which was the Norse word for treasure, hence the name “Scattery”. Another possible explanation is that the Irish name Inis Cathaigh is a associated with the word “Cathach” or monster. It appears that the first problem which St Senan encountered when he was setting up his Monastery was the existence of a fierce monster on the island. When he landed on the Island the monster approached him “with its eyes flashing flames and with fiery breath spitting venom and opening it’s horrible jaws”. However Senan overcame the Monster and according to folklore banished it to Doolough lake. Again according to local folklore, the Monster took two great leaps, leaving deep valleys where it landed. The first stop formed a valley close to Clonreddan in Cooraclare, the second leap took it to Glenmore in Kilmihil and the third leap brought the monster to Doolough Lake near Mullagh. Senan also instructed the monster to live on just two trout per day. No surprise then that ever since Doolough Lake has been teeming with trout! There is also a miracle associated with Scattery and St Senan. It seems there was a woman called Mrs Corbett from near Carrigaholt and she was crippled for three years. She requested to be brought to St Senan’s bed in Scattery where Senan is reported to be buried. On the 24th of June, 1864 her friends carried her to Senan’s bed and laid her down there. She fell asleep and had a dream. She dreamed she saw a bishop and a group of monks in vestments. The Bishop took her hand and she got up and walked. When she awoke form her dream she was fully cured. If you have not been to Scattery Island it is indeed a very interesting place to visit.
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ROSE OF CLARE The 33rd Rose of Clare festival was once again very successful. This year there were 14 finalists from various parts of the county from Loop Head to Sixmilebridge. The girls were interviewed on Stage by Clare FMâ€™s Gavin Grace. The contestants entertained the large crowds with singing, dancing, music and poetry. On the closing night of the festival MC Joe Joe Marrinan declared Mary Gilligan of Killimer the Rose of Clare 2012 much to the delight of her many supporters.
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Notable Events in September September 1st 1939 Under Adolf Hitler, Germany invaded Poland, sending in more than a million German troups to start the 2nd world war. September 3rd 1945 Japan surrendered to the Allied commander thus ending the 2nd world war. September 5th 1972 Eleven Israeli Athletes died when Palestinian terrorists struck at the Munich Olympics. September 11 1649 Oliver Cromwell put 1500 Irish Soldiers to the sword in Drogheda when the town refused to surrender September 19 1928 Hollywood Artist Walt Disney released for the first time a cartoon film featuring Mickey Mouse. September 26 1983 Canadian sprinter stripped of his gold medal at the Olympics in Seoul after failing a drugs test September 30 1888 Jack the Ripper murdered two more prostitutes in London, bring his number of victims to four. Recent evidence suggests that Jack the Ripper may have been a woman!
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The Senior Championship takes a new format this year. At this stage every team have completed two rounds. The winning eight teams from the first round were drawn against each other and the four winners of these games are through to the quarter finals and were seeded. These are Doonbeg, Cooraclare, Kilmurry Ibrickane and Ennistymon. They have been joined by Kilrush and Doora-barefield, while Liscannor play Lissycasey or Cratloe and Wolfe Tones play Eire Og for the remaining places in the quarter finals. Kilkee, Miltown Malbay, St Breckans and either Cratloe or Lissycasey will face relegation battles as two of these teams will play in the Intermediate Championshp next year. In the Intermediate Championship Kilfenora & Kilmurry Ibrickane Top Group 1 with 4 points while O Curry’s top group two with 3 points and Kilmihil lie second on 3 points. In the Junior Championship, Group leaders after 3 rounds are Lissycasey 2, Coolmeen, Ballyvaughan and Clondegad Senior and Intermediate Championship Results are as follows Senior Round 1 Senior Play-Offs Clondegad 1-11, St Breckans2-7 D.-Barefield 0-8 Clondegad 0-6 Doonbeg 0-10, Lissycasey 0-8 Kilrush 1-10 Shan. Gaels 1-7 Shan.Gaels 2-7, Kilkee 0-10 Ennistymon 0-13, Miltown 0-3 Lissycasey or Cratloe V Cooraclare 0-11 D-barefield 1-3 Liscannor Wolfe Tones V Eire Og Eire Og 2-6, Kilrush 1-5 Kilmurry Ibr, 0-17 Cratloe 0-9 Senior Round 2 Quarter Finals Draw Doonbeg 2-14 Clondegad 3-9 A: Cooraclare Kilrush 0-12 Miltown 1-8 V St Breckans 1-10 W-Tones 2-9 Ennistymon 1-15Liscannor 1-6 Doora-Barefield Cooraclare 0-13 Sh Gaels 0-8 D,-Barefield 0-15 Kilkee 0-8 B: Ennistymon Kilmurry Ibr. 2-6 Eire Og 0-6 V Cratloe V Lissycasey Kilrush Intermediate Round 1 Kilmurry Ib1-10 O’C-Mills 0-4 C: Doonbeg Kilfenora 2-5 Meelick 1-6 V Kildysart 1-10 Corafin 1-7 Eire Og or Wolfe Tones Kilmihil 0-10 O Curry’s 1-07 Intermediate Round 2 Kilmurry Ibrickane Kilfenora 2-6 O ‘Call. Mills 1-7 D: V Meelick 2-11 Kilmurry Ibr 3-5 Lissycasey/Cratloe/Liscannor O Curry’s 1-15 Kildysart 0-12 Corafin 1-9 Kilmihil 1-4 Intermediate Round 3 Semi-Finals: O’Curry’s 2-6 Corafin 2-4 Kilmihil 1-12 Kildysart 0-10 A V C and B V D Kilmurry Ib 1-9 Kilfenora 0-9 O Call. Mills 1-10 Meelick 2-6
It has been an exciting time in the GAA both at Club and County level. The senior Championship is well under way. So far there have been some interesting results. Favourites Kilmurry Ibrickane have made the last eight with a comfortable second round victory over Eire Og. They had a close call in the first drawn game V Cratloe but there’s no doubt their preparations were hampered on that occasion by the very sad drowning accident that had just occurred in the area. Ennistymon have looked very impressive in both their games to date and under manager Conor Lynch look like a team that will take beating. Doonbeg as usual did just enough to get to the last eight. Cooraclare are the surprise packet also winning their two games comfortably. One would expect the winners to come from these four but you can never rule out the likes of Eire Óg, Cratloe, Lissycasey, D-Barefield or Liscannor. At Inter-county level we look forward to the meeting of Clare and Kilkenny in the All Ireland under 21 final on Saturday September 15th. Clare had a facile win over Antrim while Kilkenny looked very impressive when overcoming a strong Galway team. Meanwhile Donegal have confounded all of the critics in comfortable disposing of both Cork and Kerry and it is hard to see them being defeated in the final. In the Senior hurling Kilkenny look unbeatable, or are they?
Intermediate Championship Points after Round 3 Group 1
Junior Championships Points After Round 3 Group 2
Raidió Corca Baiscinn (RCB) is your community radio in South West Clare. RCB is a wholly community-owned and run radio station. Our aim is to provide local information, entertainment and training resource for the people of South West Clare, by the people of South West Clare. Locals and visitors alike will find that our mix of music, news, sports and documentaries is always innovative and intriguing, and a welcome change from the usual formats of national and commercial radio stations. We broadcast on 94.8FM across the region from Loop Head east to Kilrush and as far as Labasheeda, North to Quilty through Kilmihil and Mullagh and along the West coast through Doonbeg and Kilkee. You can also listen to us online at www.rcb.ie from anywhere in the world! We broadcast from 2 – 9pm Monday – Friday, and 2 – 5pm Saturday & Sunday. 90% of RCB’s programming is by volunteer broadcasters – people like you who decided to come along to our studios in Kilkee to take our FREE training courses. Our free training provides you with everything you’ll need to start broadcasting, or working behind the scenes on programming or as part of the RCB team. If you fancy finding out more, call Harriet on 065 908 3022 to arrange to call in to the studios to meet the team and find out when you can start your training. PROGRAMME HIGHLIGHTS RCB has a major reputation for its sports coverage with an award-winning Weekly Sports show on Monday evenings West Clare’s reputation as a hotbed of traditional Irish musical talent is celebrated across our schedule
Our volunteers’ eclectic taste in music is reflected in the huge variety of musical genres covered on RCB each week News and current affairs are the heartbeat of the station with regular bulletins and in-depth analysis. Irish language programming is central to RCB’s heart, and Caint an Cheantair and Ceol Noel Award-winning documentaries on RCB have covered a huge range of subjects. All of them can be listened to again through podcasts on our website www.rcb.ie.
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Crossword Clues Across 1. Jacket sleeve 4. China export 7. Garden tool 10. Very noisy 12. Knight’s spear 14. Cope (with) 15. Differently 16. Alphabetized guide 17. Debate side 18. Room cappers 20. Overly severe 22. Frightens 23. Dairy products 24. Japan’s dollar 25. British peer 29. Ms. Gardner 32. Actor Arnaz 33. It’s on the spine of the book 34. Damage 36. Hail; welcome 37. Skirt opening 38. Big continent 39. Lends a hand 40. McMahon and Ames 41. Alarms suddenly 43. Batter’s goal 46. Autumn color 47. Far from vain 50. Ill will 52. Like a candlelit dinner for 2 54. Antler 55.-Island, smallest state 57. Oz dog 58. Commotions 59. Positive replies 60. Unaccompanied 61. Tree fluid 62. Mr.Torme 63. Enthusiasm
Down 1. Mr Guinness 2. Parts to play 3. Mozart’s output 4. Strong tastes 5. Extremities 6. King topper 7. Female birds 8. Ritual promise 9. Inventive Whitney 11. Holdup 12. Flax fabric 13. Museum display 14. Grows dim 19. Dander 21. Each and every 23. Hebrew prophet 25. Wants 26. Guy’s gender 27. In the centre of 28. Fish snares 29. Cries of excitement 30. Enormous, as a fortune 31. 60-Across from a diva 32. Wiped (dishes) 35. Page borders 36. Small art establishment 42. Tiny child 43. Personal abodes 44. Film’s Lupino 45. Camp shelters 47. Runway poser 48. Bend 9over) 49. See 33-Across 50. Sweet, bubbly beverage 51. Thing used onstage 52. Got out of bed 53. Chicken pen 54. Is the owner of 56. Garment’s lower edge Solution on page…….. 23
What can run but never walks, has a mounth but never talks, has a head but never weeps, Has a bed but never sleeps Answer:
The Mouse on the Bar-room Floor (Dutch Courage) Some Guinness was spilt on the Bar-Room Floor When the Pub was shut for the night Out of his hole crept a wee brown mouse And stood in the pale moonlight He Lapped up the frothy Brew from the floor Then back on his haunches he sat And all night long you could hear him roar “Bring on the God-dam Cat”
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12:16 pm / 0.78 m 12:51 pm / 0.78 m 1:24 pm / 0.87 m 1:58 pm / 1.03 m 2:32 pm / 1.26 m 3:10 pm / 1.53 m 3:53 pm / 1.82 m 4:53 pm / 2.07 m 6:24 pm / 2.20 m 7:59 pm / 2.09 m 9:02 pm / 1.82 m 9:49 pm / 1.50 m 10:28 pm / 1.17 m 11:03 pm / 0.87 m 11:38 pm / 0.63 m
12:29 pm / 0.59 m 1:07 pm / 0.57 m 1:47 pm / 0.67 m 2:30 pm / 0.88 m 3:20 pm / 1.17 m 4:23 pm / 1.50 m 5:49 pm / 1.73 m 7:29 pm / 1.71 m 8:46 pm / 1.49 m 9:42 pm / 1.23 m 10:27 pm / 1.00 m 11:05 pm / 0.85 m 11:39 pm / 0.77 m
High 6:39 pm / 5.24 m 7:14 pm / 5.16 m 7:49 pm / 4.99 m 8:22 pm / 4.76 m 8:57 pm / 4.48 m 9:35 pm / 4.18 m 10:21 pm / 3.88 m 11:23 pm / 3.65 m
6:50 pm / 5.37 m 7:29 pm / 5.32 m 8:12 pm / 5.14 m 8:59 pm / 4.87 m 9:54 pm / 4.52 m 11:01 pm / 4.20 m
Honesty is the best policy `Two men, John and Pat, were travelling home late at night from a fishing trip and they saw a sign for B & B. They knocked on the door and a friendly lady invited them in and showed them to their rooms. In the middle of the night Pat went to the Bathroom and lost his way on his return and found himself in the Landlady's bed. To his surprise she made him quite welcome. In the morning the lady asked Pat for his name and address before he left. Just about nine months later John contacted Pat and said "by any chance did you give my name to the landlady the time we stayed in the B & B" Pat reluctantly admitted that he had. John replied "I got a letter this morning to say that she has just died and left me her B & B and her farm of land. What is an "Igg" An Eskimoâ€™s House without a Loo
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Published on Sep 3, 2012