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THE WICKLOW PEOPLE, FRIDAY, AUGUST 18, 1973

THE WICKLOW PEOPLE, FRIDAY, AUGUST 18, 1973

18 August 1972 - Wicklow People - Wicklow, Wicklow, Republic of Ireland
 
IALL THE WAY WITH THE FARMER'

IALL THE WAY WITH THE FARMER'

I ALL THE WAY WITH THE FARMER' PHONE: 0404/2164. Wicklow's first school for handicapped needs help CO. WICKLOW'S first school for mentally handicapped children is expected to open at Newcastle in September. It will be housed In the former nurses' home at Newcastle Hospital. TM Co
18 August 1972 - Wicklow People - Wicklow, Wicklow, Republic of Ireland
 
RANGERS AUGHRIM RANGERS

RANGERS AUGHRIM RANGERS

Rangers deservedly won the runner-up plaques when they beat Aughrim 2-0 in an interesting final. They got their first goal after 15 minutes when A. Maher made no mistake after pass by Derek Murray. D. Twohig made sure of the trophy in the second half. WINNERS' FINAL CHERRY ORCHA
18 August 1972 - Wicklow People - Wicklow, Wicklow, Republic of Ireland
 
GOOD SWITCHES

GOOD SWITCHES

Starting the second half, Annacurra switched Tom Keenan to centre forward, brought John Horan back to centre-back, and switched Frankie Newsome to centre field These switches soon paid dividends and any ideas Tinahely had of cruising to the final were soon dispelled as Annacurra
18 August 1972 - Wicklow People - Wicklow, Wicklow, Republic of Ireland
 
AUGHRIM

AUGHRIM

junior Football Championship (South District Final) 3.30 p.m. BALLYMANUS v. BALLINACOR WEDNESDAY, 23rd AUGUST Minor Football Championship 7.15 p.m BALTJNGLASS KNOCKANANNA v. BLESSINGTON. ASHFORD OR BRAY KILMACANOGUE v. ST. KEVIN'S OR ARKLOW GERS. THURSDAY, 24th AUGUST 7 p.m. ARK
18 August 1972 - Wicklow People - Wicklow, Wicklow, Republic of Ireland
 
BUSY MAN

BUSY MAN

Former 'athlete', Michael Roe, has again hit the the golfing headlines with his busy schedule this week. He competed in both the Leinster junior Scratch Cup and the Lord Mayor's Cup. Michael. who plays out of Howth. has really come to the fore in the little ball game this year.
18 August 1972 - Wicklow People - Wicklow, Wicklow, Republic of Ireland
 
Dimiavin Parochial Sports Holidaymakers from America. Britain. the Six Counties, and other parts of Ireland swelled a record attendance last

Dimiavin Parochial Sports Holidaymakers from America. Britain. the Six Counties, and other parts of Ireland swelled a record attendance last

Sunday for the 3rd annual sports sponsored by the Dunlavi■ Parochial Committee in a field kindly presented by Mrs. Breda Lawler. The build-up of visitors had been under way long before the scheduled programme was due to start. Such television personalities as Franc) . Maher and
18 August 1972 - Wicklow People - Wicklow, Wicklow, Republic of Ireland
 
TO LET & WANTED

TO LET & WANTED

ARKLOW—To let, self-contained fully furnished flat. All amenities. couple. Box 635. The Peopple. Wexford. (wpl66x-81 ARKLOW—To let. Furnished flat. self-contained. kitchen. bedlsittinaroom. and bathroom. on Main St. Would accommodate two or three people. Ladies' only. Phone Arkl
18 August 1972 - Wicklow People - Wicklow, Wicklow, Republic of Ireland
 
MAJOR UPSET

MAJOR UPSET

They caused a major Wet when beating the British tam in the sari-final and only went down in the final to a mud older and more experienced Austrian team. Oliver Murphy. although no tangible reward for his efforts, played very well oa the basketball team, which had to play mite a
18 August 1972 - Drogheda Independent - Drogheda, Louth, Republic of Ireland
 
SOCIAL and SUPPER PAROCHIAL HALL,' LAYTOWN On SUNDAY NIGHT, 20th AUGUST Music by THE JONS sod Modem Deem% I. ADMISSION

SOCIAL and SUPPER PAROCHIAL HALL,' LAYTOWN On SUNDAY NIGHT, 20th AUGUST Music by THE JONS sod Modem Deem% I. ADMISSION

, Puneeds Is old of Pesills.
18 August 1972 - Drogheda Independent - Drogheda, Louth, Republic of Ireland