Meath’s Golden Mile – Part 1

After St Peter’s, #Dunboyne won the #Meath Intermediate Football Championship in 1992, the first outing in the primary competition at the top table was against Moynalvey. Obviously, this was a fairly big deal and – as far as I was concerned – a stiff task given that the maroon and whites had an iconic figure like Liam Harnan in their ranks. As well as other talented performers such as Cathal Sheridan any his brother Barry and Adrian O’Halloran. Continue reading “Meath’s Golden Mile – Part 1”

Pendleton’s pursuit highlights folly of Olympic proposals

#Racing #Boxing

While circumstances have, naturally, dictated a large part of life’s path for me, it’s still a source of great pride and satisfaction that many long held dreams and ambitions have been achieved. Some haven’t, and most likely never will be, but that’s a story for a different day.

Irish boxer Mick Conlan Continue reading “Pendleton’s pursuit highlights folly of Olympic proposals”

Better late than never or has the horse bolted?

#GAA

At a time when what would once have been considered unthinkable on the political landscape is – at the time of typing – at least generating discussion, should it not serve as a reminder that certain things shouldn’t be categorically, indefinitely ruled out? Or, to employ a more mundane example, doesn’t your columnist eventually realising the farming dream add credence to the sense one should never say never? Continue reading “Better late than never or has the horse bolted?”