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February 19, 1989 - Sunday Tribune - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Mushrooms grow to

Mushrooms grow to

By Ann Cullen THE Irish mushroom business is ... mushrooming to the extent of 22,400 tons a year, which is worth £25.7 million. Nearly 16,000 tons, worth about £lll million, are exported mainly to Britain. Two of Ireland's mushroom entrepreneurs are Pat Walsh from (;ore and Ronn
July 16, 1989 - Sunday Tribune - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
in bigotry

in bigotry

part in The bigotry may have helped Rangers with the Masons who allegedly control Scottish society, but it has cost the club. Danny McGrain, one of Scotland and Celtic's greatest players dreamed of playing for Rangers as a boy. Because of his Catholic name. Rangers presumed he w
July 16, 1989 - Sunday Tribune - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
inspector steps into the middle of transfer market Soccer correspondent Peter Ball on the pre-season money madness sweeping the English

inspector steps into the middle of transfer market Soccer correspondent Peter Ball on the pre-season money madness sweeping the English

league a sum of £300,000 more Lineker possesses. Everson than Celtic had o ff ered. I o°° . O°C) 0` ) spent £950,000 on Pat 0• wonder where that money is 0 0 Nevin, and £2m on Tony 0 going. o'. • N . Come. Spurs themselves Perhaps it will start a - Si r spent film and 1 .8m on t
July 16, 1989 - Sunday Tribune - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
From Mod Roebuck at Silverstone

From Mod Roebuck at Silverstone

it always used to be in the days before the Brazilian arrived. But, on the other hand, Prost was infuriated that he was at Silverstone, pounding round and sorting the cars for the forthcoming Grand Prix, while his 'team mate' was resting, keeping body and mind fresh for the race
July 16, 1989 - Sunday Tribune - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Ist

Ist

362 yards par 4 Blissfully simple opening hole that's only an iron from the tee given that there's two bunkers at 243 and 264 yards from the tee waiting to catch the overly strong tee shot. A flat green that's guarded by a two bunkers right and left of the green shouldn't cause
July 16, 1989 - Sunday Tribune - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
9th

9th

419 yards par 4 Very bumpy terrain awaits the tee shot. The pros tend to favour a landing area just short of two bunkers about 270 yards out on the left. Unless the drive is very long the second into the green is blind coming as it does over a high ridge. Watch out for nasty sta
July 16, 1989 - Sunday Tribune - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
10th

10th

438 yards par 4 A smashing hole with a blind tee shot over sandhills. The tee is off set to the left and a good drive is vital. The second is a great test and requires a big strike to carry a hollow at the front of the green. The green has a ridge running through it shedding bal
July 16, 1989 - Sunday Tribune - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
July 1989

July 1989

July 16, 1989 - Sunday Tribune - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
SPORTS 6 Tribune Wire Services

SPORTS 6 Tribune Wire Services

1979 he was regarded as a new world star in the making because of his exceptional ball playing skills. But injuries and disciplinary problems limited his progress with the Spanish giants and he made a return to English football when he signed on loan for Manchester United, then
July 16, 1989 - Sunday Tribune - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland