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on an Easter bonnet for size in Switzers of Grafton Street yesterday MICHAEL MacSWEENEY

on an Easter bonnet for size in Switzers of Grafton Street yesterday MICHAEL MacSWEENEY

April 19, 1987 - Sunday Tribune - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Haughey's to be 'vote

Haughey's to be 'vote

by GERALD BARRY Political Correspondent FIANNA Fail politicians capable of winning extra seats for the party in the next general election are likely to form the backbone of the I I appointees to the Senate which will be announced this week by the Taoiseach Charles Haughey. While
April 19, 1987 - Sunday Tribune - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
IDA to meet Taoiseach

IDA to meet Taoiseach

in job creation talks by DAMIEN KIBERD THE IDA's chief executive, Padraic White, and chairman, Joe McCabe, will attend an unprecedented meeting on the effectiveness of job creation schemes with the Taoiseach and three of his most senior ministers, to take place in the coming wee
April 19, 1987 - Sunday Tribune - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Rovers' sale will net Kilcoynes £350,000

Rovers' sale will net Kilcoynes £350,000

by RORY GODSON could make a real killing on this' and he told me that it was a risk we would have to THE KILCOYNE family. owners of the famous Shamrock Rovers football club which closed its turnstiles to supporters last Sunday, had been seeking an option to buy the freehold of G
April 19, 1987 - Sunday Tribune - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
managerial success in England. He opted for a full time professional set-up. the first and last time anv Irish club

managerial success in England. He opted for a full time professional set-up. the first and last time anv Irish club

will go full time. In his four years running Rovers' professionals the best-ever crowd was 4,000 about as many as attend a Leinster schools rugby match, "There is no future in League of Ireland football." said Louis Kilcoyne during the week. Rovers are an outstanding team but at
April 19, 1987 - Sunday Tribune - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
UNITED STATES

UNITED STATES

short-list of avowed noncandidates, along with New York's Governor Mario Cuomo, who may yet be called on at the convention if the primary elections do not produce a decisive winner. Mr Simon and Mr Gore were encouraged to run when Senator Dale Bumpers of Arkansas stood aside and
April 19, 1987 - Sunday Tribune - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
SPORTS IRItUNE: 2

SPORTS IRItUNE: 2

IN the swelter of Rio last Sunday the new Grand Prix season began much as the old one ended: the Williams-Hondas of Nigel Mansell and Nelson Piquet set the pace in qualifying, but in the race itself no one had any answer to the McLaren- Porsche of Alain Prost. Prost, the world c
April 19, 1987 - Sunday Tribune - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
WHAT'S ON TODAY

WHAT'S ON TODAY

RUGBY Leinster Senior Cup (semi-final) Wanderers v St Mary's College. Lansdowne Road, 3.00. Invitation seven-a-side tournament. North Kildare, 200 GOLF West of Ireland Amateur Championship. Rosses Point. Junior Scratch Cup, Island. Cannes Open, Mungins. MOTOR SPORT Circuit of Ir
April 19, 1987 - Sunday Tribune - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
CARLISLE

CARLISLE

2.15 ABC SUPS ISTAR (N Doughty) 9/1, 1; Ta,,. Trademark (P. Tack) 10/1, 2. Mac murky (C. Hawkins) 11/2, 3. Pkdgdoa Green 5/1 fat. HI ran. 41, 71. (D. Moffat) N.R. Opportnnit. 2.45 BOW HANDY MAN (J. D. Davies) 4/1, 1; Smiling Laurel (J. Robson) 14/1. 2; Velindre ID . Gallagher) 4
April 19, 1987 - Sunday Tribune - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
TOWCESTER

TOWCESTER

2.110 ARCHERS PRINCE (W. Humphries) 12/1, 1; Greenore Pride (G. McCourt) 7/1, 2; Neigrove Lad (R. Diumoody) 33/1, 3. Haman 7/2 fey. f ram. 31, I'4l. (C. James). N.R.. Baltic. 2.34 SOLENT LAD (S. Moore) D/2, I; Favourite Nephew (H. avies) 4/1, 2; nostril's (C. Smith) 11/4 fay., 3
April 19, 1987 - Sunday Tribune - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland