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AT OBSERVATORY LANE

AT OBSERVATORY LANE

LEINSTER 123-5 (B Buttimer 64. 16-year-old Brian Higgins 3-36 on debut): THE HILLS 125-6 (Mark Clinton 64. Tom McDonnell 6-32). The Hills won by four wickets Bray-Gorey-Bray Three Day Race: Stage One Bray to Gorey 45 miles 1. P Lee (Orwell): 2. G Foley (Kilkenny): 3. S Gilmore (
April 19, 1987 - Sunday Tribune - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
LeiesterSerior Cup Seel-Final:

LeiesterSerior Cup Seel-Final:

at Lansdowne Road: LANSDOWNE 19 (Purcell. Danaher tries. Dilger con.. 3 pen gls 1. OLD WESLEY 15 (E Porter try. N Farren 3 pen gls. con.) ULSTER SENIOR CLUB at Uprichard Park: BANGOR 3 (R Elliott pen), COLLEGIANS 12 (D Emerson, D Gilliland, C O'Connor try each).
April 19, 1987 - Sunday Tribune - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
by GERRY CALLAN

by GERRY CALLAN

THE comeback of Sugar Ray Leonard is to continue. The newly crowned World Boxing Council middleweight champion is set to return to ring action at Caesar's Palace in Las Vegas on 21 September when his opponent will be the current holder of the WBC's lighthea”weight title, Thomas
April 19, 1987 - Sunday Tribune - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Waterford (Wednesday), Aula Maxima Cork Friday (lunchtime), St Patricks Maynooth (Tuesday). Rita Manning (violin). Hugh Tinn (piano): Recital. Tuesday. 21

Waterford (Wednesday), Aula Maxima Cork Friday (lunchtime), St Patricks Maynooth (Tuesday). Rita Manning (violin). Hugh Tinn (piano): Recital. Tuesday. 21

April. 8.00 pm, Town Hall. Dundalk.
April 19, 1987 - Sunday Tribune - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Of course they are . .. unless they're drunk with love. Mae I auer-Cheene is another fellow sufferer, only she's

Of course they are . .. unless they're drunk with love. Mae I auer-Cheene is another fellow sufferer, only she's

come down with a more dangerous strain of the disease: she's drunk with the idea of doing good. Doing good meant joining the Peace Corps and working amongst the poor of Delhi. Doing good meant returning to her family in Nebraska and taking a job counselling foreign students in t
April 19, 1987 - Sunday Tribune - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
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April 19, 1987 - Sunday Tribune - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Historic Cork inn up for sale

Historic Cork inn up for sale

WITH an international reputation for its cuisine and its atmosphere, Oyster Tavern off St Patrick's Street, Cork, is up for sale by public tender, and should arouse considerable interest, given its historic associations and its origins as an 18th century coaching house. The prem
April 19, 1987 - Sunday Tribune - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Platoon's violence: telling it like it was

Platoon's violence: telling it like it was

SIR Michael Dwyer's interview with Oscar winner Oliver Stone (5 April) made interesting reading. No doubt there will be complaints about the violence when Platoon is released here. One columnist from a provincial newspaper, who viewed the film in America, wondered why the extrem
April 19, 1987 - Sunday Tribune - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Ex-ministers claim their consolation prize

Ex-ministers claim their consolation prize

T'S PENSIONS calculations time in the Dail again. A number, but not all, of the TDs who were ministers in the last government have lodged their claims for the controversial ministerial pensions to which they are entitled after three years service in high office. have applied wit
April 19, 1987 - Sunday Tribune - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
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April 19, 1987 - Sunday Tribune - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland