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Kilkenny turned on the style in the second half to power past Cork in the All-Ireland camogie final at Croke Park on Sunday.
No more than three points separated the teams in the first half, as Kilkenny never trailed. Wing-forward Denise Gaule was in brilliant form scoring five points from five frees on both sides of the field, and continued that run to make it seven from seven in the second half.
Pat Hickey has claimed he is innocent of all charges laid against him by a Brazilian court, and will fight each and every one of them.
A judge in Rio formally accepted the charges against the former OCI president last Friday.
This evening, he released a statement stating that he will fight all of the charges against him.
Hillary Clinton left a September 11th memorial service in New York on Sunday as a result of feeling "overheated," according to her campaign.
Clinton, who was one of a number of dignitaries attending the service on Sunday morning at Ground Zero, left early after she felt unwell.
Reports of her unscheduled departure were broadcast by Fox News, with reporter Rick Leventhal stating that a source near her motorcade had told him that it was clearly some sort of "medical episode," and that the Democratic candidate had to be helped into her vehicle by members of the secret service.
A taxi driver has been stabbed during a car jacking in Swords, County Dublin.
The driver picked up two male passengers outside a fast food restaurant at Airside Retail Park at approximately 3am yesterday morning.
He drove a short distance to the Pavillions Roundabout where he was assaulted and stabbed a number of times.
Because of the way the events unfurled in the ensuing hours, my memories of September 11th switch on like an old tube television set, beginning at the corner of Park Avenue & 89th Street on the Upper East Side of Manhattan.
Unlike an old tube TV with rabbit ears, those memories are not blurry nor black and white, but like crystal; cut from a crisp, colorful cloth of pain and sadness.