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NEW-BOYS COOTEHILL COLLECT FIRST PIECE OF HURLING SILVERWARE

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24 May 2013 Comments Off on NEW-BOYS COOTEHILL COLLECT FIRST PIECE OF HURLING SILVERWARE
NEW-BOYS COOTEHILL COLLECT FIRST PIECE OF HURLING SILVERWARE

Cootehill 3-12 Truagh Harps 1-12 BY COLM SHALVEY COOTEHILL won their first piece of silverware since entering Monaghan minor hurling competitions when they held off a second-half comeback from Truagh Harps in the Silver Hill Foods MHL Final at Cloghan last Saturday. Cootehill dominated the first half with the wind at their backs and although they were under the cosh in the second period, the free-taking of Fiachra Hughes maintained their breathing space. It was ultimately their greater threat up front that counted in their favour, with Ryan Rogers, Dermot Connolly, Enda Shalvey, Caoimhín ...

HISTORY MADE IN COOTEHILL AS PEACE GARDEN OPENED TO COMMEMORATE WWI SOLDIERS

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23 Nov 2012 Comments Off on HISTORY MADE IN COOTEHILL AS PEACE GARDEN OPENED TO COMMEMORATE WWI SOLDIERS
HISTORY MADE IN COOTEHILL AS PEACE GARDEN OPENED TO COMMEMORATE WWI SOLDIERS

BY MICHAEL MCDONNELL michael@northern-standard.ie History was made in Cootehill on Sunday afternoon last when poppies were worn with pride and dignity by many of those in attendance as a large crowd gathered to witness the opening of a new Peace Garden to pay a permanent tribute to soldiers from both sides of the Border who lost their lives in the First World War, other wars and in the service of peace for the United Nations. The well-organised event, which was organised by the Tanagh branch of the Organisation of National Ex-Servicemen ...

GARDA PATROL VEHICLE REINSTATED IN COOTEHILL

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12 Oct 2012 Comments Off on GARDA PATROL VEHICLE REINSTATED IN COOTEHILL
GARDA PATROL VEHICLE  REINSTATED IN COOTEHILL

By Michael McDonnell michael@northern-standard.ie Gardai in Cootehill have had a patrol vehicle made available to them again this week, after having had to make do “on foot” since the previous car was withdrawn from the local station in July of this year.  The move, which has been welcomed by local public representatives, effectively reverses the earlier decision that had been one of an ongoing series of cost-cutting measures being implemented around the country. The loss of a car had prompted an outcry at the lack of such a basic facility for ...