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Who will rescue Frankie Dettori as the twilight zone looms again? | Horse Racing News

The Front Runner is Chris Cook’s morning email exclusively for Members’ Club Ultimate subscribers, available here as a free sample. In Monday’s email Chris reflects on the high-profile split between Frankie Dettori and John Gosden – and subscribers can get more great insight, tips and racing chat from Chris every Monday to Friday. Members’ Club …

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‘It could have been bad, but I got the glory instead’ – Pádraig Harrington hails US Senior Open triumph

Fourteen years after his third Major win and six years after his last tournament victory of any kind Pádraig Harrington proved he still has the Major X-Factor when he held off a charging Steve Stricker to gain some revenge for last year’s Ryder Cup defeat and win the US Senior Open by a shot. ive …

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Woman jailed for harassing former Cork Sinn Féin TD Jonathan O’Brien

The woman who mounted a harassment campaign against former Sinn Féin TD Jonathan O’Brien and a woman working in the community in Cork has been jailed for two years. Judge Helen Boyle imposed a three-year jail term with the last year suspended in the case against 43-year-old Sonya Egan, of The Lawn, Lios Cara, Killeens, …

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First steps taken to have ‘floating’ windfarm off coast of Donegal – Donegal Daily

Donegal has taken its first steps to having its first off-shore windfarm. It follows an agreement between the Killybegs Fishermen’s Organization (KFO) and Sinbad Marine Services who have signed a Memorandum of Understanding with global floating offshore wind developer and technology provider, Hexicon AB. The proposed new floating wind farm is to be located more …

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Woman who waged campaign of harassment against former Sinn Féin TD Jonathan O’Brien and a businesswoman is jailed

A mother of three was jailed for two years after she waged a terrifying campaign of harassment against a former Sinn Féin TD and a Cork community activist. onya Egan (42) falsely claimed to be the daughter of former Labor Party leader Jeremy Corbyn and her relentless campaign of harassment was such that a judge …

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MPs set to vote on NI Protocol Bill as Irish government warns of ‘very serious situation’

Updated 59 minutes ago THE SECOND READING of the Northern Ireland Protocol Bill will take place in the House of Commons today. The Bill would see customs checks between Northern Ireland and Britain effectively scrapped and would give UK government ministers the power to change almost every aspect of the text. MPs will hold a …

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Dan Leavy: ‘I’m not bitter about it – I don’t think there’s any point’

When the final curtain came down on his rugby career, Dan Leavy boarded a plane to New York to get away from it all. he messages of goodwill were appreciated, but the inundation was overwhelming. The city that never sleeps afforded him some time and space to reflect on a decision that was taken out …

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Cardiff miss out as Gareth Bale makes a pragmatic choice for next season

Cardiff City had been holding out hope that Gareth Bale might return to his hometown, but he opted for Los Angeles instead. In the end, he made the pragmatic choice rather than the romantic one. Gareth Bale choosing to see out next season with Cardiff City would have had an exceptional emotional pull, not least …

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Penalty drama, Croke Park brawl, Galway’s strong form and plenty to consider for Kerry

Compiled by Fintan O’Toole and Kevin O’Brien 1. Croke Park’s first penalty shoot-out Galway-Armagh was a game full of incident that concluded with the first penalty shoot-out in an All-Ireland series game. Earlier in the football championship, Clare-Limerick (Munster SFC) and Leitrim-London (Tailteann Cup) went to spot-kicks, but this one came under the bright lights …

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