Friday, May 6, 2011

Bray suffer third League defeat

Danny North's 77th minute goal saw St Pat's climb above Bray in the Premier Division after their third win on the spin.

The result brought an end to the Wicklow team's five-match unbeaten run and saw them lose at the Carlisle Grounds in their 800th League of Ireland fixture.

Having failed to keep a clean sheet against the Richmond Park outfit in their last 16 meetings in all competitions, Wanderers conceded when down to ten men as Adam Mitchell was off the pitch receiving treatment after being kicked in the head by team-mate Gary Dempsey.Stephen Bradley played in Ian Bermingham down the left wing and he crossed low across the face of goal where North arrived to tap in his fourth of the season.

Having been the centre of the away fans attentions, Dempsey almost silenced his detractors in the 84th minute.

But the former Seagulls midfielder's 25-yard free crashed back off the crossbar.

They Seasiders went close again in stoppage time. From Dave Webster's long throw, the ball was flicked on but Derek Prendergast blazed his volley on the turn high and over.

There was a controversial ending to the contest as referee Alan Kelly dismissed Bray defender Mitchell after he tangled with Bermingham.

However, it had appeared that another Pat's player had pulled back Bermingham which led to his going down injured.

The Morning Show with Declan Meehan Friday 6th May

Friday 6th May
The Morning Show with Declan Meehan


The future of Greystones Harbour Development was just one of the topics on todays Morning Show with Declan Meehan. We heard further comment on this and the issues facing it from “Give us back our Harbour Campaign” spokesperson, Basil Miller and Mayor of Greystones Ciaran Hayden.

On this morning’s show we also heard final details of the Phoebe Prince case, Wicklow film producer Katie Holly joined us in studio to talk about her movie
One Hundred Mornings which is on general release today and was shot entirely on location in Roundwood co.Wicklow and we heard music and chat from singers Lesley Dowdall and Honor Heffernan.


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PIPPA MIDDLETON SHAKE YA ASS!

Thursday, May 5, 2011

The Morning Show with Declan Meehan, Thursday 5th May

Thursday 5th May
The Morning Show with Declan Meehan


The latest details continuing to emerge following the death of Osama Bin Laden and the potential fallout from his killing were just some of the topics we covered on today’s Morning Show with Declan Meehan. We heard comment on this from Dr. Maura Conway, Lecturer, School of Law & Government, DCU with particular interest and research in terrorism and cyberterrorism.

On Today’s Morning Show we also talked to Sean Duke, Joint Editor Science Spin about why the placebo effect works and the asteroid allegedly heading towards earth, vet pete wederburn spoke to us about dog pounds and Independent Stephen Donnelly gave us his thoughts on dealing with negative equity.


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Wednesday, May 4, 2011

The Morning Show with Declan Meehan, Wednesday 4th May

Wednesday 4th May
The Morning Show with Declan Meehan


The latest details emerging following the death of Osama Bin Laden was just one of the topics we covered on today’s Morning Show with Declan Meehan. We heard comment on this from political analyst Susan Philips and local Councillor Kathleen Kelleher and also heard about the reaction in New York from the Gabby Cabby.

On Today’s Morning Show we also talked about rising petrol process with AA’s Conor Faughnan, we heard the impact your waist size has on your health from Easy Health and Living Editor Emma Parkin and we returned to our discussion about Greystones Harbour with FG Councillor Derek Mitchell and Greystones resident Gillian Demery.

Today’s Morning Show also included a discussion about water rates with FG Deputy Andrew Doyle and Independent Deputy Joan Collins. We also got comment from Chamber of Commerce President John Nolan and Brian Mc Donald, Research Officer, National Federation of Group Water Schemes.

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'EVERYBODY'S DRINKIN' WARNING ADULT CONTENT!

Tuesday, May 3, 2011

The Morning Show with Declan Meehan, Tuesday 4th May

`Tuesday 3rd May
The Morning Show with Declan Meehan


The death of Osama Bin Laden was just one of the topics we covered on today’s Morning Show with Declan Meehan. We heard comment on this from political analyst Susan Philips and heard how the news story unfolded on-line from Stephen O’ Leary of O’ Leary Analytics.

On Today’s Morning Show we also spoke to award winning fashion blogger Annemarie Boyhan and bridal designer Marie MC Elerhon about the royal wedding, we got a review of the rugby from Shane Byrne and conflict coach and mediator Fiona Mc Auslen joined us in studio to talk about couples separation.


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Bohs escape with a point

Teenager Christopher Forrester's first senior goal earned Bohemians a point that prevented Bray Wanderers going back up to second place in the Airtricity League Premier Division.

With the match into the third minute of stoppage time at Dalymount Park, 18-year-old picked up the loose ball and rifled a low 20-yard drive that Matt Gregg was unable to keep out.

Wanderers had looked set for all three points thanks to John Mulroy's first league goal in ten months in the 49th minute.

Chris O'Connor kept out Jake Kelly's effort but Mulroy bundled in the rebound from 10 yards.

The result also meant that the Wicklow side are still unbeaten on
their travels in five games in 2011.

The Seasiders took a 49th minute lead through Mulroy's first strike since July 2010.

Dave Webster launched a long throw into the box which was only headed to Jake Kelly on the edge of the penalty area.

He drilled a low shot which Chris O'Connor blocked with his knees.

The ball rebound to John Mulroy whose scuffed shot bobbled through a crowd of players and past the stranded Australian keeper.

It nearly got worse for the Dubliners in the 53rd minute.

Conor Murphy pounced on Ollie Cahill's poor pass back. But the Republic of Ireland Under-19 striker opted to try and set up Mulroy instead of shooing, with Aidan Price clearing the danger.

Bohemians fans saw Robert Bayly's 25-yard shot beat Matt Gregg but strike the crossbar.

They went close again in the 87th minute.

From Killian Brennan's free, Gregg made a reaction stop to deny sub Forrester.

Anto Flood's follow-up seemed goalbound only for Chris Shields to make a vital goal-line clearance.

Bohs were again denied by the woodwork in the 90th minute. Aidan Price rose above Gregg to meet Brennan's corner. But his header clipped the bar.