Hogan to walk it, but FF could surprise

In a county more known for welcoming home victorious hurlers, Kilkenny folk were last week welcoming politicians hopeful of picking up one of the constituency’s five Dáil seats.

5th February, 2011

In a county more known for welcoming home victorious hurlers, Kilkenny folk were last week welcoming politicians hopeful of picking up one of the constituency’s five Dáil seats.

Fianna Fáil came in for the strongest lash from the hurlers on the ditch.

Thomastown resident Billy Stapleton greeted Labour councillor Michael O’Brien, a former Labour general election candidate, with the salute: ‘‘If ye don’t get one in this time, Michael,...

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