Monthly Archives: November 2012

Weighing All Options

Nicole Del Villano After losing over 300 games, over $400,000,000 in salaries and 74 days of both preseason and regular season, the NHL and NHLPA have decided to go in a different direction to end the lockout; a mediator. Both … Continue reading

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Where do we draw the line?

By Nicole Mercier Athletes and referees have always had at least some amount of respect for each other whenever they are doing their jobs. Athletes are there to play, referees are there to officiate. But when things get heated between … Continue reading

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Note: Next week’s class/Interview assignment

Hi folks, Just a quick note to let you know that next week’s class will go ahead at 2.30pm, as usual. I had spoken about moving it back to 2pm but this clashes with other modules.  Also, the interview assignment is … Continue reading

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Hurling or Football: Pick one!

In this day and age can players play both football and hurling for their county? In the last few weeks three of Wexford’s brightest young stars have declared they will be duel players this year. Lee Chin, Michael O’Regan and … Continue reading

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Croly confirmed as new Shamrock Rovers boss

By Darragh Farrelly   TREVOR CROLY was today confirmed as the new boss of Shamrock Rovers, signing a two-year deal with the Tallaght side. Croly leaves his post at St Patrick’s Athletic, where he was assistant to Liam Buckley right up until the Saints … Continue reading

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RED HOOK CRITERIUM – Milano 2012 – REPORT

By Fiorella Berlioz On the last 14th of October, the 3rd edition of the Red Hook Criterium, a Trimble Race event,  took place in Milano for its italian version. This world’s premiere criterium race hosted a 100 competitors from 14 … Continue reading

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