Saturday, June 11, 2011

Bray Soar to Second in League Table

Galway United lost for the 12th game in a row as Bray Wanderers earned a valuable away win at Terryland Park.

Though Galway were competitive in the first half they still trailed at the interval as Conor Murphy netted the opener in the 44th minute.

Galway's set piece frailties were exposed again in the 55th minute when Stephen Last headed a third following Joe Kendrick's corner.

Bray added a second on 48 courtesy of a sweet John Mulroy strike as Galway's defence was caught napping.

Galway United's recent form has been packed with cruel losses and the Tribesmen simply wanted to avoid equalling the club's record of consecutive defeats.

It has been a surprisingly encouraging campaign for Bray's mix of youth and experience as they came to the west eager to maintain their push for a top five finish.

Unsurprisingly it was scrappy early on and Bray came close to registering a five minute goal, but Gary Dempsey's free kick went wide.

Galway had an opportunity in the 10th minute as a Karl Moore cross wasn't cleared by the Bray defence, Alan Murphy's finish, though, was high and the visitors survived the scare.

The locals were showing signs of improvement and Mikey Gilmore then flashed the ball across goal moments later as Galway sought to land a blow.

Still Galway were encountering difficulties at the back too and a hesitant defence allowed Dane Massey get a shot off in the 15th minute, but the effort trickled harmlessly wide.

Then a Shane O'Connor delivery from the right found Mulroy in the area, but his header lacked precision.

In the 29th minute Mulroy made space and his drilled shot forced a decent reflex save from Galway custodian Greg Fleming.

A minute before the interval Fleming did well to deny Mulroy again, but Bray scored from the resultant corner.

On this occasion Fleming failed to deal with Dempsey's corner and Murphy bundled the visitors ahead.

Bray doubled their advantage three minutes after the restart as Mulroy's opportunistic finish ended a move orchestrated by Chris Shields.

Galway were in distress and Bray struck for a third in the 55th minute as Last headed a Joe Kendrick corner into the Galway net.

Friday, June 10, 2011

Friday 10th June 2011

Friday 10th June
The Morning Show with Declan Meehan



09 -10am

•Transplant athlete Philip Kavangh from Arklow joins us in studio before he jets out to Sweden for the World Transplant games



10 – 11am

•Tom Fortune joins us to talk about Wicklow Tourism
•Stylist, Lisa Fitzpatrick, calls in to tell us about the Midsummer’s Ladies Lunch in Aid of St. Patrick’s National School Enniskerry
•John Brady comes into the station to talk about the possibility of Superquinn moving to the Southern Cross Road, as well as, an existing danger for the swans in Bray Harbour.
•East Coast’s resident sports expert Walter Townsend has all the latest golfing news


11 – 12am

•David Ellis unveils the secrets of the Atlantis Centre
•Author Melissa Hill drops by with a copy of her new book ‘Something from Tiffany’s’
•Dick Roche talks to us about the death of Brian Lenihan
•Singer Donal O’Sullivan performs live


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Thursday, June 9, 2011

The Morning Show with Declan Meehan, Thursday 9th June



09 -10am

•As the latest CSO figures show theft is on the rise we hear the plea of one Wicklow business owner who had stock stolen from his premises
•Local Councillors and Irish Rail clash over the erection of fencing along the Wicklow to Greystones walk
•The Director of ‘The Strawberry Tree’ restaurant at the Brookelodge tells us what we can look forward to at this year’s ‘Taste of Dublin’




10 – 11am

•We focus on the plight of carers in recession-hit Ireland including the personal stories of two brave women who take care of loved ones amid crippling financial constraints
•Mags Lynott brings us the highlights of the upcoming Dunlavin Arts Festival
•As Bloomsday approaches Shane Rowan fills us in on the festivities in Bray



11 – 12am

•Vet Pete Wedderburn drops by the studio with more advice for pet owners
•Laura Wood reports from the launch of new Wicklow business Trudder Lodge
•Author and former Miss Ireland Amanda Brunker unveils her latest book ‘Champagne Secrets’


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Wednesday, June 8, 2011

The Morning Show with Declan Meehan, Wednesday 8th June

09 -10am

•As thousands of students start their Leaving and Junior Cert exams today we get tips for parents from owner of 24/7 tutorials.com
•We find out the benefits of ‘Omega 3’ from Dr Mike Wakeman
•We get tips on how to survive doorstep salesmen




10 – 11am

•Teacher and writer Michelle Jackson has consolation for the Leaving Cert students as she explains she became a professional writer without honours English
•Author Muriel Bolger gives us a sneak peek at her new book ‘ Consequences’ set in Spain
•Technologyl expert Louis De Coursey explains how ‘cloud’ computing can help small businesses
•We hear all about World Ocean Day from Bray Sea Life



11 – 12am

•Parenting Coach Marian Byrne reveals children’s top ten fears
•The chief fire officer in Wicklow gives us an update on this morning’s hotel fire in Ashford
•The cast of new TV cop show ‘Switchblade’ join us in studio


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Tuesday, June 7, 2011

The Morning Show with Declan Meehan, Tuesday 7th June

Tuesday 7th June
The Morning Show with Declan Meehan


9-10am

•Alan Reilly who is the Chief Executive of The Food Safety Authority talked about E. coli causing a severe outbreak of food poisoning in Germany and how it has spread to 12 other European countries.
•East Coast FM’s Freshly Squeezed Presenter Laura Wood and Presenter Lorraine Keane talked about their experiences of The Mini Marathon that took place on Monday 6th June.
•FG Deputy Simon Harris told Declan about the latest Dail Dissary and how he is fitting in to Leinster House.


10 -11am

•Wicklow 200 is a cycling event happening on 12th June, The President of The Greystones District Chamber David Moran, Tourism Development Manager, Wicklow County Tourism Fred Verdier talked about promoting this event and also Bespokes Cycles Peter Popham discussed the bike work scheme and plans for more cycle paths around Greystones
•Anne Kennedy gave listeners all the highs and lows on what was on the TV over the weekend and what we should tune into tonight.
•Captain Evan Cullen who is The President of the Irish Pilot Association, discussed The Pilots Dispute with Aer Lingus

11 – 12pm

•Jackies Bates talked to Declan about the big huge enormous horse made from newspapers, this unique life sized papier mache horse was created at Fassaroe Community Centre in Bray by a group of 12 men from the traveller community under the guidance of LEAP project manager Pauline Long and Art Tutor and Sculptor Jackie Bates.
•East Coast Physio, Avril Barrett talked about knee joint and injuries, especially after the mini marathon.
•TV3 Producer/ Journalist, Paul Connolly talked about Irelands Dole Cheats that will air tonight at 9.30. Through face to face meetings with dole cheats, forays into criminal underworld and hard hitting interviews with political heavyweights, the investigation zooms in on the ordinary people who steal from tax payer and those determined to stop them.
•Panel Discussion with Barbara Scully, Thomas Clarke and Ciaran Hayden, they discussed the affairs of the day and Barbara’s daughter just emigrated to Australia yesterday and there was a great discussion on how everyone has to emigrate now a days to find work.

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