A sculpture to an iconic day when sport transcended politics - the 2007 victory for Ireland in an unforgettable rugby union clash with England in Croke Park – was unveiled today in a 20ft sculpture at Shannon Airport.
Over 2,000 participants took to the runway last night for the second Annual Shannon Airport Runway Night Run in accordance with Bank of Ireland. Ryan Corry was at the heart of the action on the runway.
Cusack Park played host to eight of the Primary School Hurling and Camogie finals today where Gaelscoil Mhicil Ciosóg and Flagmount/Dromindoora were crowned Division 1 winners in their respective codes with victories over Sixmilebridge and Gaelscoil Mhicil Ciosóg respectively.
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