Friday, July 9, 2010

The Morning Show with Declan Meehan, Friday 9th June

Friday 9th July
The Morning Show with Declan Meehan


The on-going problem with housing sex offenders in the area was just one of the topics covered on today’s Morning Show with Declan Meehan. We heard further comment on the problem from Ashford resident Sharon O’ Connor and Wicklow resident Victor Evans told us about last night’s public meeting in Aughrim. We also spoke to Wicklow FG Deputy Andrew Doyle.

On this morning’s show we also heard a review of the golf and discussed this weekends World Cup final, we spoke to team spokesman, Jack O’ Neill about Bray Wanderers being the first team to ban the vuvuzela and we discussed petrol prices with David Blevings – Irish Petrol Retailers Association.

The Morning Show also featured an interview for people who want to cut their weekly household shopping bill without compromising the quality of the food.
Author Elizabeth Carty talked to us about eating and shopping on a budget and spoke about her new book “Shrewd Food” and website www.shrewdfood.ie. The website and book features supermarkets throughout Ireland with special offers and provides the best recipes to go with them - all with a view to shrinking weekly shopping budgets.


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Thursday, July 8, 2010

Bray V Sporting Team News

Bray Wanderers welcome Sporting Fingal to the Carlisle Grounds for their Airtricity Premier Division clash. (Friday 9th July K.O. 745.)

Team News for the Wicklow outfit is as follows.
Veteran Colm Tresson and midfielder Stephen Brennan both picked up calf injuries against Galway Utd.on Monday are definite non starters,also missing are long term injury victims David Tyrrell and Richie Baker.
Shane O' Neill who has scored in Bray's last two games picked up an ankle injury but is expected to be fit but no decision on his availability will be made until just before kick-off.


Bray will be looking for their first ever win over Sporting Fingal on Friday.

They were beaten twice last season, in the F.A.I. cup Semi-Final and in the first leg of the League play-off while drawing the second leg.

This season Fingal won 3-1 at Carlisle Grounds in March and won 1-0 at Santry in May.


We will have live updates on East Coast fm from 7;;45 with Padraic Moran.


Padraic. .

The Morning Show with Declan Meehan, Thursday 8th July

Thursday 8 July
The Morning Show with Declan Meehan


The on-going problem with housing sex offenders in the area was just one of the topics covered on today’s Morning Show with Declan Meehan. We heard comment on the problem being faced by the residents in Wicklow from Deputies Liz Mc Manus, Dick Roche and Joe Behan.


On this morning’s show we also heard a review of the latest world cup matches and this weeks celebrity golf at Adare from Snooker player Ken Doherty, we got comment on the dog breeding bill from Kildare based Vet, Des Groome and FF Councillor David Grant joined us in studio to tell us about his new role in Bray.


The Morning Show also featured a chat about all things Oxegen. We heard the line-up from Hot Press reporter, Stuart Clarke. We also heard details on available bus services to the festival and got advice on keeping an eye on your alcohol intake from Fionnula Sheehan of www.drinkaware.ie

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The octopus was right again!!

Wednesday, July 7, 2010

The Morning Show with Declan Meehan, Wednesday 7th July

Wednesday 7th July
The Morning Show with Declan Meehan


The lack of rescue plan for struggling homeowners was just one of the topics covered on today’s Morning Show with Declan Meehan. We heard comment on the problems being faced by mortgage holders from MABS Spokesperson, Michael Culloty and also heard reaction from Aoife Walsh, National Communications Officer, Respond Housing Charity.

On this morning’s show we also heard a review of the latest world cup matches from Daily Star Sports Editor, Paul Lennon, we got the details on the latest unrest in Fianna Fail from Political Reporter, Pat Leahy and Arklow based Psychologist, Theresa Fenton discussed how to deal with conflict in relationships during this summer of splits.

The morning show also featured a further discussion about the on-going problem with housing sex offenders in the area. We heard suggested solutions to the problem from local Sinn Fein member Gerry O’ Neill. We also got comment on the recent resolutions in relation to this proposed to Wicklow County Council from local councillors Jimmy O’ Shaughnessy and George Jones.

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Morning Show

Tuesday, July 6, 2010

The Morning Show with Declan Meehan, Tuesday 6th July

Tuesday 6th July
The Morning Show with Declan Meehan


The next step in the on-going problem of housing allocation for sex offenders was just one of the topics covered on today’s Morning Show with Declan Meehan. We heard comment from listeners and also local councillors Tom Fortune and Sean Smullen.

On this morning’s show we also got details of how to avoid hay fever from Asthma Society chief executive, Dr Jean Holohan, we got healthy weightloss advice from fitness consultant Helen Walsh and author and journalist Amanda Brunker joined us in studio to talk about her new book “Champagne Secrets”

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Monday, July 5, 2010

Galway snatch a point

Anto Flood's 83rd minute header ensured Galway United grabbed a share of the spoils against Bray Wanderers at Terryland Park.

Eddie Gormley's side trailed at the break to a 12th minute Gary Curran goal, but Bray then responded.

Shane O'Neill equalized seconds after the restart and a Robbie Doyle free kick on 79 edged them ahead, but Flood hit back for Galway seven minutes from time when connecting with a cute Curran cross.Though Bray started with a five man midfield Galway were positive in the early stages as Stephen O'Donnell and Ciaran Foley battled diligently.

Three minutes in an O'Donnell free-kick found Rhys Meynell who headed
the ball into Flood's path, but Bray goalkeeper Brian Kane saved.

Karl Sheppard's pace was bothering Bray and Kane had to be alert in the seventh minute when palming away a threatening cross from the former Everton youngster.

Galway, though, continued to probe and Derek O'Brien burst down the
left flank in the 12th minute before supplying a cross which vexed the visitors.

Flood and Bray skipper Daire Doyle clattered into one another, the
ball spilled kindly for Gary Curran, who blasted Galway ahead with an assured finish.

Then Sheppard came within inches of extending Galway's advantage when making a headed connection with a smart O'Donnell set piece.

Bray had chances too and John Mulroy fired over while Jake Kelly hit the crossbar during a spell of pressure from the visitors.

And Eddie Gormley's youngsters were back on terms 45 seconds after the restart when O'Neill squeezed a shot past Barry Ryan following a Mulroy assist.

A Doyle free kick on 79 put Bray ahead, but Flood rescued a point for Galway when steering a powerful header to the roof of the Bray net following a Curran cross..



Padraic

The Morning Show with Declan Meehan, Monday 5th July

The Morning Show with Declan Meehan,
Monday 5th July

The future of business in Wicklow just one of the topics covered on today’s Morning Show with Declan Meehan. We heard comment on the large number of business closures around the county from local councillors Pat Fitzgerald, David Grant and Irene Winters and Baltinglass Forum, Secretary, May Quaid. We also spoke to Successful Wicklow business owners, Tina Kavanagh, Bray Computer Centre and Canice Hanley, Wicklow Tyre Services about managing during the recession.

On this morning’s show we also heard a review of the latest world cup matches and Wimbledon 2010, we heard if Ireland really are on their way out of recession with Financial Advisor, Liam Croke and author Abigail Reilly joined us in studio to talk about her book about the Celine Cawley murder trial “Death on the Hill”.
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WIFE CARRYING CHAMPIONSHIPS FINLAND

Sunday, July 4, 2010

Galway V Bray - Team News

Bray Wanderers travel into the West to take on Galway United in the Airtricity Premier Division.(Monday 5th July K.O. 7;45. Terryland Park)

Eddie Gormley will be missing four key Players, Team News is as follows

Shane O'Connor is suspended following his sending off against Shamrock Rovers , as is Chris Shields who has reached four penalty points. Also missing will be long term injury victims Richie Baker and David Tyrrell.



We will have live updates on on east Coast fm with Padraic Moran from 7;45/


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