Fancy footwork at the South Court Hotel

first_imgEmail WhatsApp Information evening to be held about new youth club in Kilcornan Advertisement Facebook Previous articleHospital responds to superbug deathsNext articleColaiste Chiarain gets planning for new school Alan Jacqueshttp://www.limerickpost.ie NewsLocal NewsFancy footwork at the South Court HotelBy Alan Jacques – November 24, 2016 1613 RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Kilcornan man Tomás gets Ireland active in the great outdoors Twittercenter_img Print Linkedin Stranded motorist robbed biker on County Limerick road All dressed up and raring to go at the South Court Hotel this Saturday, November 26, for Kilcornan’s Strictly Come Dancing.All dressed up and raring to go at the South Court Hotel this Saturday, November 26, for Kilcornan’s Strictly Come Dancing.EXPECT fancy footwork aplenty at the Great National South Court Hotel this Saturday, November 26 as part of Kilcornan’s Strictly Come Dancing.Twenty-four brave souls will trip the light fantastic as part of this event, which will raise much-needed funds for the West Limerick Parish’s community centre. There will be much cavorting and jiving as the dancers, who have been in training for the past two months, cut some rug this weekend.Limerick footballer Peter Nash and Limerick senior camogie player Cliona Lane will be among the local talent taking to the dancefloor at the South Court on Saturday night.Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up “Competition is fierce and their dedication is amazing,” says chairperson of Kilcornan Community Council, Gillian Downes.“They’ve all been training really hard and having great fun and making great friendships too. We are hoping to raise between €10,000 and €15,000 for work that’s needed on the community centre. It is the hub of our local community and everything that goes on comes from there.”Money raised from Kilcornan’s Strictly Come Dancing will go towards future development of the community centre, adjacent to the national school, with hopes to include dressing rooms, heating, external toilets and lighting and sound for the stage area.Ross Mann of Limerick FC with Kilcornan National School teacher Shirley Balfry who are taking part in Kilcornan’s Strictly Come Dancing.(Pictures: Brendan Gleeson)“It is in major need of an overhaul to bring it to the standard required for the times. All profits from the dancing will be used for this purpose,” Gillian tells me.Shirley Balfry who teaches Junior Infants at Kilcornan National School will be ‘free-styling’ on the dancefloor this Saturday night with light-footed Limerick FC footballer Ross Mann.“The school will benefit greatly from any work on the community centre so we are delighted to be a part of this event. It will be invaluable to us,” Miss Balfry commented.“I have always loved dancing and have been doing Set Dancing since I was younger and also love Salsa, Ballroom and Zumba. My dance partner this weekend is Ross Mann. As a footballer he is light on his feet and well able to keep in time too,” she says.Kilcornan’s Strictly Come Dancing takes place at the South Court Hotel this Saturday, November 26 at 8pm. Tickets cost €20. For more details visit the Facebook page or contact Gillian Downes on 087 7781225.by Alan [email protected] Halloween Spooktacular competition winners Limerick TD confirms Kilcornan road safety work TAGSKilcornanKilcornan Community CentreKilcornan Community CouncilKilcornan National SchoolKilcornan’s Strictly Come DancinglimerickLimerick FCRoss Mann Kilcornan pupils make waves to protect environment last_img read more

Quick study Slott scores Razor Chassis South Central Region rookie prize

first_imgRyan Slott earned rookie of the year honors in IMCA’s Razor Chassis South Central Region for Modifieds. At right is IMCA President Brett Root. (Photo by Bruce Badgley, Motorsports Photog­raphy)NEW WAVERLY, Texas – Before the start of his first IMCA Modified season, Ryan Slott would have been happy with a single feature win in 2017.When the final checkers flew, he had four wins and Razor Chassis South Central Region rookie of the year honors to show for his efforts.“The class is just taking off around here. It looked like fun and I decided I wanted to do it,” said Slott, from New Waverly, Texas, and now a junior at Sam Houston State University in Huntsville majoring in agricultural engineering. “It was challenging at first. The hardest thing was definitely setup but I slowly got better.”Slott had raced a factory stock class, which he said was comparable to an IMCA Sunoco Stock Car, for five years before moving into the Modified.He got his first win in the sanctioned division in just his fourth start, at Gator Motorplex, and ended his night in victory lane three starts later at Cotton Bowl Speedway.“After the early season play dates, I didn’t think I’d win at all this year but I had a lot of help from a lot of people who steered me in the right direction,” he said. “I was surprised to get my first win so soon but the highlight had to be the win at Cotton Bowl. There were some really fast cars there that night.”He also had a couple wins at Bronco Motor Speedway, where Slott ended fifth in points.Starts-28Wins-4Additional Top Fives-3 HIS CREW: Father Ignatius and brother Rob.HIS SPONSORS: Slott’s Machine and B & R Productions, both of New Waverly.last_img read more

Lawrence Paul Mahl

first_imgLawrence Paul Mahl, 62, of Batesville, Indiana, died Tuesday, March 17, 2020, at his residence.Larry was born in Rome, New York on July 20, 1957 to Clifford and Gennie Ludwin Mahl. Following high school Larry joined the Navy and honorably served his country. He worked as an electrician for a power company and also was employed at Pentecost Tours in Batesville. Larry was a Member of St. Louis Catholic Church in Batesville and was very active in the church.Larry is survived by two brothers: Teddy Mahl and wife Vera of Blossvale, New York and Brian Mahl and wife Vickie of Manor, Pennsylvania; a nephew: Brian Mahl Jr. and wife Sierra of Pennsylvania; a niece: Stephanie Mahl of Pennsylvania; and many friends in the Batesville area. He was preceded in death by his parents and a brother, Lloyd Mahl.Cremation was chosen and there will be no public services. Cook Rosenberger Funeral Home is assisting the family with the arrangements. For more information or to share condolences or memories, go to www.cookrosenberger.com. The staff of Cook Rosenberger Funeral Home is honored to serve the Lawrence Mahl Family.last_img read more

Women’s Euro 2013: Germans win sixth straight European title

first_imgGermany goalkeeper Nadine Angerer saved two penalties to help her side clinch the European Championship for the sixth successive time.The captain denied Norway’s Trine Ronning and Solveig Gulbrandsen in each half in the Stockholm final.German substitute Anja Mittag scored the only goal of the game, finishing off a fine passing move.Silvia Neid’s Germany had to defend stoutly in the second period but have now won every tournament since 1993.With a host of players absent through injury, Germany, with just six goals in six games in the tournament, have been far from dominant in Sweden.But their youthfulness suggests they have a sound basis for yet another defence in four years.Norway goalkeeper Ingrid Hjelmseth pushed on to the bar from a Nadine Kessler header inside the first minute and Germany striker Celia da Mbabi glanced wide from a Dzsenifer Marozsan corner. Winners against Germany in the group phase, Norway were handed a fine chance to take the lead just before the half hour when Cathrine Dekkerhus went down in the area under minimal contact from Da Mbabi in the area, earning a penalty.But Ronning tried to thump the spot-kick down the middle and Angerer saved with her legs.Shortly after the interval, a sweeping move down the left saw Da Mbabi clip the ball across for Mittag, who had only been on the pitch for three minutes, to put the Germans in front.Norway were given a second opportunity from the spot when Caroline Hansen was tripped by Jennifer Cramer but Angerer, who saved a penalty in German’s World Cup final win over Brazil in 2007, got a hand to Gulbrandsen’s effort to preserve her team’s lead.As Norway pressed, Ada Hegerberg had a strike correctly ruled out for offside before Kessler hit the post for the Germans in the closing stages.last_img read more

Evelyn Lozada Blasts Antoine Walker’s For Claiming She’s a Gold Digger

first_imgFormer “Basketball Wives” Evelyn “walk-on-top-of-conference-tables” Lozada clapped back hard at former fiancé Antoine Walker for strongly insinuating that she was a gold digger who got ghost just when the NBA star was free-falling into monetary hell.Lozada’s recollections of their 10-year relationship are vastly different from Walker’s, including the time they got engaged. Walker told the “Russ Parr Morning Show” that Lozada started walking away when he had squandered the last of his $110 million in career NBA earnings. The professional athlete’s ultimate groupie slammed Walker on Twitter for what she says is the real reason she left him.Check it out.last_img

Coletti singing with the birdies at Missouri Valley College

first_imgL.V. Rogers high school graduate Josh Coletti is making the most of his senior year on the Missouri Valley College golf team in Marshall, Missouri.The 22-year-old golfer, who earned is playing stripes at the Granite Pointe at Nelson course, carded an even round of 72 to finish second at a NAIA collegiate golf tournament on September 13. A few days earlier (September 11), Coletti placed fourth overall at a NAIA tour stop in in Springfield Missouri finishing the two rounds with scores of 72 and 76.Next up for the Missouri Valley College Vikings team is a two-day event in Mayetta, Kansas.During the summer Coletti kept his game sharp by playing in several tournaments, including the B.C. Men’s Amateur at Swan-e-set Bay Resort in Pitt Meadows.The scratch handicap golfer started the amateur event strong, finishing round one with a 1-over-par 73.However, Coletti struggled during the final three rounds to finish tied for 66th after making the cut.last_img read more

You’re a ‘shoe-in’ at Greenes with autumn/winter arrivals!

first_imgThe autumn/winter collection for 2016 is now arriving at Greenes Shoes store nationwide.We are currently stocking top brands from around the world including Amy huberman, Fly London, Irregular choice, Ruby Shoo, Marco Tozzi, Heavenly Feet, Ecco, Gabor, Tommy Bowe, Base London, Wrangler, Converse, Vans, Superdry, New Balance and many many more!We are very enticed about our new season styles and hope that you will be to. Why don’t you call to Greenes Shoes on the Market Square and in Letterkenny Shopping centre to get kitted out for the winter months ahead.A deposit will secure any item in-store while you can also shop online at www.greenesshoes.com, where we offer free delivery and returns within Ireland.Also check us out on Facebook to keep up to date with all our new stock as it arrives in store https://www.facebook.com/Greenesshoes/ You’re a ‘shoe-in’ at Greenes with autumn/winter arrivals! was last modified: September 7th, 2016 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:AutumndonegalGreene’s Shoeslast_img read more

49ers buzz: What we’ve learned Tuesday at HQ?

first_imgCLICK HERE if you are having a problem viewing the photos on a mobile deviceSANTA CLARA — Wasn’t long ago that Nick Mullens was a college whippersnapper at the fabled Manning Passing Academy in Louisiana, where he admired how “smooth” Eli Manning looked in a cameo.Monday night, Mullens will make his encore as the 49ers starting quarterback, and it will be against Manning, a 15th-year veteran for the New York Giants.Recalling that June 2016 invitation from Archie Manning, Mullens noted …last_img

H-DNL football week 1 wrap-up and awards: Omey, Thrap combine for big night on the road

first_imgSt. Bernard’s (1-0) 36 El Molino (0-1) 7The third consecutive year St. Bernard’s has opened with a win over El Molino.Del Norte (1-0) 20 Moreau Catholic (0-1) 19A quality win for Del Norte over the No. 1 ranked team in North Coast Section D-VI and a top-20 ranked team in the NCS overall.Placer (1-0) 40 Eureka (0-1) 27Eureka’s 21-game regular season win streak comes to a close.Cardinal Newman (1-0) 38 Fortuna (0-1) 0Fortuna was blown out by Cardinal Newman in each of the previous two …last_img

Your Shoulds Are Really Musts

first_img Essential Reading! Get my 3rd book: Eat Their Lunch “The first ever playbook for B2B salespeople on how to win clients and customers who are already being serviced by your competition.” Buy Now Most of your “shoulds” are really “musts.” And most of your “musts” are really “shoulds.”You think you “should” nurture your dream clients. You believe that you “must” live in your inbox, waiting to respond or react to whatever other people request of you. You have this backwards. You “must” nurture your dream clients. You should check your inbox a couple of times a day.You think that you “should” be prospecting. You believe that you must spend time on social media sites during working hours, even though you are really only consuming content. You have these exactly backwards. You “must” prospect. You should limit the time you spend on consuming content.Your brain is constantly nagging you that you “should” follow up with the clients and prospects you visited this week. And while you’re at it, your mind reminds you that you should follow up on all your leads. You believe that you must respond to the RFP that showed up unsolicited and that you have no business responding to, least of all since the due date is three weeks from now. You “must” follow up—if you are to succeed in sales. You should avoid things that look like work but produce no real outcomes.If you believe that you should do something, that “should” is more likely a “must.” One of the keys to success is to know what is really a “must” and what is a “should,” and then doing everything that “must” be done.last_img read more