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NPI Manufacturing Engineer

Company: CREGG Recruitment, Location: Donegal,Sligo,Leitrim, Salary: See description

Site Engineer – Sligo/Leitrim

Company: MCR Group, Location: Leitrim,Sligo,Donegal, Salary: Negotiable

Junior Mechanical Project Engineer

Company: BrightPath Recruitment, Location: Leitrim,Roscommon,Sligo, Salary: Negotiable

Senior Mechanical Project Engineer

Company: BrightPath Recruitment, Location: Leitrim,Roscommon,Sligo, Salary: Negotiable

Personal Lines – Account Executive

Company: The Andersen Partnership, Location: Leitrim,Mayo,Sligo, Salary: €20000 – 30000

Eileen Crughwell (nee O’Neill)

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Eileen Crughwell (nee O’Neill)

Clonbigney, Taughmaconnell, Ballinasloe.

Friday, October 20th.

Reposing at her residence this evening (Sun) from five o’clock until nine o’clock.

Remains arriving to St Ronan’s Church, Taughmaconnell, tomorrow (Mon) for twelve o’clock funeral mass, followed by burial in Coosan cemetery, Athlone.

Mary Searson (nee Feighery)

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Mary Searson (nee Feighery)

Lusmagh, Banagher, Co. Offaly.

Saturday, October 21st, peacefully at her home surrounded by her family and friends, following a bravely borne illness.

Reposing at Lusmagh Parish hall today (Sun) from three o’clock until seven o’clock.

Funeral mass tomorrow (Mon) at twelve noon in St Cronan’s, Lusmagh, followed by burial in Kilmachunna cemetery.

House private on Monday morning please.

Family flowers only please.

Donations if desired to Offaly Hospice/Palliative Care.

Aughnasheelin Bow Out Of Connacht Intermediate Championship

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St.John’s 3-12

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Aughnasheelin bowed out of the Connacht intermediate football championship following a one sided defeat to Sligo’s St. John’s.

Aughnasheelin failed to register a score in the opening period having played into a gaelforce breeze and trailed at half-time 2-9 to no score.

Things didn’t improve in the second half, although Aughnasheelin did register three second half points by the 49th minute of the game.

“We knew coming into the game we were under pressure without a couple of our bigger players” explained Aughnasheelin manager David Casey.

“We played against the breeze in the first half and really found it very difficult. We’re not a big physical team we’re a small team and the conditions didn’t suit us.”

“We didn’t put a huge focus into today as the county title was our big focus” added Casey. “In saying that, you always want to perform.”

“We always knew we would struggle with the injuries we were carrying.”

David Casey Spoke to Willie Hegarty.

http://www.shannonside.ie/wp-content/uploads/sites/11/David-Casey.mp3

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