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Prince Harry wants Ireland visit

Britain's Prince Harry is planning to visit Galway, Ireland for the finale of the Volvo Ocean round the world yacht race.

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Britain's Prince Harry is planning to visit Galway, Ireland for the finale of the Volvo Ocean Race.

The 27-year-old royal - whose grandmother Queen Elizabeth made a historic visit to Ireland last year - is expected to travel to the west coast of the country in July for the closing ceremony of the round the world yacht race, which is held every three years.

Councillor Pádraig Conneely, who was Galway Mayor during the Volvo Ocean Race stopover in 2009 has been instrumental is trying to get the prince - who holds the honorary title Commodore of Small Ships and Diving - to attend the festivities.

He told the Galway Advertiser newspaper: "I have kept in touch with many of the people I met during the last event in 2009, some of whom know Prince Harry personally. It was suggested to me that he would warmly welcome the opportunity to come to Galway for the finale.

"Prince Harry's proposed visit represents an equal opportunity for Galway as it is put in the shop window of the world. Queen Elizabeth intimated to Taoiseach [Prime Minister] Enda Kenny during her visit that it would be incumbent on the younger generation of royals to follow her in travelling to Ireland."

The last time a British royal visited Galway was in 1903, when Prince Harry's great-great-great-Grandfather Edward VII was on an official tour to Ireland.

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  1. by Liz Kavalaskas 22nd Apr 2012 20:04

    My mum is from Galway so it would be good if Harry went.It would be good for Ireland and The Royals, need to build bridges and who could resist Galway Bay anyway??????

  2. by Baron OBrien 24th Apr 2012 00:32

    I am sure he would be made very welcome , and would be a boost for the tourist industry in Ireland. Who knows a irsh girl might be just what he needs . What could be better



Final heartbreak at an end for Padraig Pearses

Padraig Pearses were deserving winners of the Roscommon title
Padraig Pearses were deserving winners of the Roscommon title

By Ian Cooney at Athleague

Padraig Pearses 1-20 Four Roads 1-13

Daniel Glynn’s wizardry in front of goal helped Padraig Pearses win their first Roscommon senior hurling title in 30 years in perfect conditions at Athleague.

Pearses have lost eight finals since their 1987 triumph and suffice to say if they had a player of Glynn’s calibre in any of those deciders since, their famine wouldn’t have lasted as long.

The youngster was immense from general play and frees, hitting 0-15 overall as Pearses finally ended their heartbreak.

Four Roads gave it everything but their best players Johnny Coyne and Padraig Kelly needed more help around them as Pearses hurled with superb intensity.

The Pearses half-back line and midfield slowly set about erecting the foundation for this memorable success. Joint captain Mike Donoghue showed great leadership early on as Pearses forwards hinted that they were in the mood for scores.

As it was, wing-forward Shane Naughton took some of the scoring burden off Glynn, hitting four excellent efforts from play over the hour.

A fine game witnessed some eyecatching scores in the opening 30 minutes. While Glynn, Naughton and Daniel Staunton found the range for Pearses, Coyne, Kelly and midfielder David Dolan made inroads on the scoreboard for the Tisrara side.

However, four Glynn points in succession during the last ten minutes of the half opened up a 0-11 to 0-6 interval lead.

When Four Roads full-forward James Fitzmaurice goaled four minutes into the second half, the stage was set for Padraig Mannion’s side to stage a recovery.

But, unlike previous years, Pearses’ feathers weren’t ruffled and they pounced for a goal of their own in the 45th minute when Glynn’s free from the left wing dropped short and half-time substitute Oisín Kelly took advantage of some hesitant Four Roads defending to flick the sliothar to the back of the net.

Pearses never looked back after that, determined that this would be finally the day they banished the demons from the previous 30 years.

Glynn and Naughton kept the scoreboard ticking over as Four Roads looked a beaten docket a long way from home.

It was fitting that Glynn should land one of the points of the game in injury time to confirm Pearses as champions.

PADRAIG PEARSES: P Dolan; K Daly, K Feehily, E Costello; D Loughnane, P Dolan, E Cogavin; T Seale, M. Donoghue; G Downey, D Glynn (10f) 0-15), S Naughton (0-04); A Finnerty, C Kelly, D Staunton (0-01). 
Subs: O Kelly 1-00 for Finnerty (h-t), T Cogavin for Downey (54), J Donoghue for Daly (54), B Fallon for P Dolan (59), D Dolan for Seale (60). 

FOUR ROADS: D Dowd; Cormac Coyle, M McLoughlin, C Dowd; S Curley, M Kelly, J Mulry; J Moran, D Dolan (0-03); S Beirne, J Coyne (0-06), P Kelly (0-02); E Rogerson, J Fitzmaurice (1-00), N Fallon (0-01). 
Subs: Conor Coyle for McLoughlin (h-t), J Rogerson for Cormac Coyle (h-t), B Mulry (0-01) for Beirne (47 mins), A Lawlor for E. Rogerson (54), C Dolan for Moran (57). 

Referee: – K McGeeney.

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