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60 University

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60 University More than 60 miles down Highway 50 lies rsquo & Colorado Mesa University;s Montrose campus. Attached to the Montrose Public Library, the campus is smaller than CMU’s main campus in Grand Junction. The university is according to John Marshall, vice president of student services. Its registration is

Inniskeen INPHO/John

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Inniskeen INPHO/John Kerry fans Marion O’Sullivan and Trish Lacey have a kick about in the snow after the county’s Allianz FL clash against Monaghan at Grattan Park, Inniskeen was postponed.&duplicate;INPHO/John McVitty. “That last point of Mattie Donnelly’s was priceless concerning league points.” “There is disappointment but there’s not panic.

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Anyone objectively considering how that panned out to Slaughtneil; three factors to the great at half-time, two competitions dismissed in the first five minutes of the moment, a penalty saved by their goalkeeper, a punishment carried by these… And still to lose it? You would have to think they

A Visit to Remember

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A Visit to Remember THERE are merely a few cliff faces that the Slaughtneil hurlers can’t nonetheless scale — however they’re getting closer to reaching the All-Ireland summit. They consumed the lessons from the beating they took at the hands of eventual winners Cuala last year. In the event

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. 3-8 Croker bound: Mike Casey Photo: Sportsfile NA PIARSAIGH manager Shane O’Neill can do little in the conclusion of his sides’ remarkable comeback against tracking Slaughtneil (Derry) by three factors in half-time, but express his joy over Shane Dowling’s aim that finished Saturday’s All-Ireland club SHC semi-final at

On the Road

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On the Road SEEING TWO RED cards brandished in team-mates isn’t an perfect start to the second half an All-Ireland semi-final but it demonstrated the springboard for Na Piarsaigh to triumph in unlikely circumstances on Saturday. The 2016 kingpins reserved their place in the St Patrick’s Day decider with

Slaughtneil AIB

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Slaughtneil AIB Na Piarsaigh 3-15 Slaughtneil 3-08 AIB All-Ireland club title favourites Na Piarsaigh dug deep to prevent another Parnell Park disaster, overcoming the loss of just two players to make a thrilling comeback triumph over Slaughtneil. The Munster champions, shocked by Ulster winners Loughgiel Shamrocks at this stage

The Last Night

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The Last Night Photograph: Laszlo Geczo/Inpho A stunning second half performance saw Na Piarsaigh outscore Slaughtneil 2-9 into 1-2 to reserve a location in the All-Ireland club closing on St Patrick’daily. The Limerick side were reduced to 13 players in the first half of Conor Boylan along with Tommy

A Review of 3-15

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A Review of 3-15 Na Piarsaigh (Limerick) 3-15 Slaughtneil (Derry) 3-8 Na Piarsaigh remain on course for 2 AIB All-Ireland club SHC title successes in three seasons after a thrilling rollercoaster recovery triumph courageous Slaughtneil at Parnell Park, writes Paul Keane. Shane O’Neill’s side, superbly defeated here by Loughgiel

NA PIARSAIGH manager Shane O’Neill was “really stressed” this history was repeating itself in Parnell Park.

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NA PIARSAIGH manager Shane O’Neill was “really stressed” this history was repeating itself in Parnell Park. The Munster champions trailed by three points in half-time and feared that a repeat of their jolt 2012 All-Ireland semi-final loss to Antrim unwanted Loughgiel Shamrocks. 2Na Piarsaigh director Shane O’Neill Things got