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An Comhdháil World Irish Dancing Championships 2015 being held at Killarney Convention Centre from 28th March to 4th April 2015.
This World Championship is an annual event that aims to recognise world-wide talent and dedication to one of Ireland’s best loved cultural heritages and past times. With group and solo competitions open to all members of An Comhdháil from the ages of nine upwards, this contest attracts a great deal of industry attention. In excess of 3,000 competitors take part in these Championships each year; these competitors are typically accompanied by an entourage of organisers, teachers, adjudicators, musicians, families, friends, supporters and spectators from 24 branches of An Comhdháil worldwide.
The competition normally takes place over an eight-day period, finishing on Easter Sunday and most families book up to ten nights in the host town as they use the Easter Holiday period as an opportunity to take a family holiday.
AMERICAN WRESTLING RAMPAGE CRASHES INTO IRELAND THIS SEPTEMBER!
- 25 September Millennium Forum, Derry
- 26 September Royal Theatre, Castlebar
- 27 September INEC, Killarney
American Wrestling Rampage (AWR) is back this September with fast-paced, hard-hitting action from the hottest Wrestling promotion around! This is your chance to see big name stars direct from the USA perform up close and personal. And what’s more, fans get to MEET THE WRESTLERS after the show on this nationwide tour.
Some of the wrestlers taking part in AWR include Former WWE Intercontinental Champion, Carlito, member of WWE’s ‘3MB’ Group, Drew McIntyre and Chris “The Masterpiece” Masters.
Remember, these superstars and many more will be on hand for a high-flying, hard-hitting show and the best part – FANS CAN MEET ALL THE WRESTLERS after the final bell.
This September, AWR will deliver many special stipulation matches where anything goes! Do not miss a rare opportunity to see these popular matches LIVE!
Don’t delay in securing your tickets today to see and meet these giants of the wrestling world. See local venue for ticket information.
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The Kerry Team were Killarney’s Outlet Centre eating the “Lunch of Champions” at O’Briens Sandwich Cafe Saturday ahead of their up-coming GAA All-Ireland Quarter Final.
Also making an appearance with the Kerry Team was their first piece of silverware; The Munster Championship Cup which they won after beating Cork in the Munster Final earlier in July.
The car park at Ross Castle is completely flooded
Flooding at Ross Castle, Killarney
Kerry towns and villages are marking another successful year in the Tidy Towns competition across a range of different categories. Congratulations to Killarney for achieving the highest score in the county and the second highest overall mark in the country!
Category A is for villages with a population under 200. There are 13 villages in Kerry in this category. The winner of Category A in the county was Portmagee followed by Currow, Knocknagoshel, Glenbeigh and Baile na nGall. Category B is for villages with a population from 201 to 1,000. 16 Kerry villages are in this group, top of the county is Sneem followed by Knightstown, Tarbert, Beaufort and Moyvane.
Category C covers small towns with population up to 2,500. In Kerry, Ballybunion tops this group then it’s Castleisland, Dingle, Killorglin, Caherciveen and Milltown. In Categories D, F and G there were four gold medal winners Kenmare, Listowel, Killarney and Tralee.
The full results of the Tidy Towns Competition for 2013