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All-Ireland football star David Clifford graduates from University of Limerick

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All-Ireland winning Gaelic Football star David Clifford has graduated from University of Limerick today (Tuesday).

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REPRO FREE 230822 All-Ireland winning football star David Clifford graduates from University of Limerick Press release (23/8/22) ***Repro free imagery will be sent to newsdesks by Arthur Ellis – 087-2884885 All-Ireland winning football star David Clifford has graduated from University of Limerick today (Tuesday). The Kerry GAA star forward was conferred with a Masters in PE Teaching at UL this Tuesday, among thousands of students receiving their parchments this week. The 23-year-old played a starring role in UL GAA’s Sigerson Cup Final run, claimed the Higher Education Rising Star Footballer of the Year Award, and was Man of the Match in the All-Ireland Football Final this year. A Silver Scholarship recipient at UL, David has been in the UL Sports Scholarships Academy for the past two years, allowing him access to the high-performance gym to keep up his demanding sporting regime while taking the course. The Kerry star is among almost 3,300 new graduates being conferred at UL over five days of the 2022 Autumn Conferring Ceremonies this week. Speaking ahead of his graduation, David Clifford said: “I couldn’t recommend it (the course) enough in terms of the time we were in college and the work placements that we had. The lecturers and the sports department were very accommodating and friendly, especially in helping me to balance my studies and our Sigerson Cup Final run. Coming up to Limerick was a bit daunting at first, but the sports facilities (at UL) alone are unbelievable.” Pictured is David Clifford in UL. Pic Arthur Ellis.

REPRO FREE 230822 All-Ireland winning football star David Clifford graduates from University of Limerick Press release (23/8/22) ***Repro free imagery will be sent to newsdesks by Arthur Ellis – 087-2884885 All-Ireland winning football star David Clifford has graduated from University of Limerick today (Tuesday). The Kerry GAA star forward was conferred with a Masters in PE Teaching at UL this Tuesday, among thousands of students receiving their parchments this week. The 23-year-old played a starring role in UL GAA’s Sigerson Cup Final run, claimed the Higher Education Rising Star Footballer of the Year Award, and was Man of the Match in the All-Ireland Football Final this year. A Silver Scholarship recipient at UL, David has been in the UL Sports Scholarships Academy for the past two years, allowing him access to the high-performance gym to keep up his demanding sporting regime while taking the course. The Kerry star is among almost 3,300 new graduates being conferred at UL over five days of the 2022 Autumn Conferring Ceremonies this week. Speaking ahead of his graduation, David Clifford said: “I couldn’t recommend it (the course) enough in terms of the time we were in college and the work placements that we had. The lecturers and the sports department were very accommodating and friendly, especially in helping me to balance my studies and our Sigerson Cup Final run. Coming up to Limerick was a bit daunting at first, but the sports facilities (at UL) alone are unbelievable.” Pictured is David Clifford in front of the Living Bridge in UL. Pic Arthur Ellis.

REPRO FREE 230822 All-Ireland winning football star David Clifford graduates from University of Limerick Press release (23/8/22) ***Repro free imagery will be sent to newsdesks by Arthur Ellis – 087-2884885 All-Ireland winning football star David Clifford has graduated from University of Limerick today (Tuesday). The Kerry GAA star forward was conferred with a Masters in PE Teaching at UL this Tuesday, among thousands of students receiving their parchments this week. The 23-year-old played a starring role in UL GAA’s Sigerson Cup Final run, claimed the Higher Education Rising Star Footballer of the Year Award, and was Man of the Match in the All-Ireland Football Final this year. A Silver Scholarship recipient at UL, David has been in the UL Sports Scholarships Academy for the past two years, allowing him access to the high-performance gym to keep up his demanding sporting regime while taking the course. The Kerry star is among almost 3,300 new graduates being conferred at UL over five days of the 2022 Autumn Conferring Ceremonies this week. Speaking ahead of his graduation, David Clifford said: “I couldn’t recommend it (the course) enough in terms of the time we were in college and the work placements that we had. The lecturers and the sports department were very accommodating and friendly, especially in helping me to balance my studies and our Sigerson Cup Final run. Coming up to Limerick was a bit daunting at first, but the sports facilities (at UL) alone are unbelievable.” Pictured is David Clifford in UL. Pic Arthur Ellis.

The Kerry GAA star forward was conferred with a Masters in PE Teaching at UL this Tuesday, among thousands of students receiving their parchments this week.

The 23-year-old played a starring role in UL GAA’s Sigerson Cup Final run, claimed the Higher Education Rising Star Footballer of the Year Award, and was Man of the Match in the All-Ireland Football Final this year.

A Silver Scholarship recipient at UL, David has been in the UL Sports Scholarships Academy for the past two years, allowing him access to the high-performance gym to keep up his demanding sporting regime while taking the course.

The Kerry star is among almost 3,300 new graduates being conferred at UL over five days of the 2022 Autumn Conferring Ceremonies this week.

“I couldn’t recommend it [the course] enough in terms of the time we were in college and the work placements that we had," David, speaking ahead of his graduation, said.

"The lecturers and the sports department were very accommodating and friendly, especially in helping me to balance my studies and our Sigerson Cup Final run. Coming up to Limerick was a bit daunting at first, but the sports facilities [at UL] alone are unbelievable.”

On Monday, the first batch of students in Ireland to graduate with Masters level apprenticeships were conferred, with Minister of State for Skills and Further Education Niall Collins TD present to meet and congratulate them.

In her conferring address, Professor Mey has told the new UL graduates that the ceremonies are “a hugely important part of your learning journey”.

“As you step out into the world as our ambassadors by joining the more than 118,000 alumni around the world, we want you to be proud of your institution.”

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Credit Union launch a new collaboration with Gilroy’s Green Energy Ltd.

Building on recent success the Credit Unions of Kerry and West Limerick have launched a new collaboration with Gilroy’s Green Energy Ltd. Gilroy’s Green Energy Ltd specialise in Photovoltaic (PV) […]

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Building on recent success the Credit Unions of Kerry and West Limerick have launched a new collaboration with Gilroy’s Green Energy Ltd.

Gilroy’s Green Energy Ltd specialise in Photovoltaic (PV) Solar systems that generate electricity, battery storage, air to water heat-pumps and much more.
Gilroy’s work with customers to receive the SEAI once-off grant towards the purchase and installation of solar photovoltaic (PV) systems and heat pumps for your home.
Collaborating with Kerry and West Limerick Credit Union expands the finance options available to Gilroy’s Green Energy Ltd customers to help finance new PV Solar Panel installations. Loan rates will be directly linked to the property BER starting from 4.7%(4.89APR) for an “A” rated BER.
Martin Gilroy; CEO with Gilroy’s Green Energy Ltd said: “We are delighted to officially launch this collaboration with the Credit Unions of Kerry and West Limerick. Customers have already reaped the benefits on recent installation projects after contacting their local Credit Union. Having a direct link to local Credit Unions allows us to guide customers to affordable financing options based on the specific installation quotation we provide at very competitive rates.“
Speaking on behalf of the Kerry and West Limerick Credit Unions, Ashley Fitzgerald added: “We are delighted to have Gilroy’s Green Energy Ltd come on board as part of our Greener Homes Loan offering. Home Energy Upgrade have become a prominent concern and talking point among members in recent months, by Credit Unions having a direct link with Gilroy’s Green Energy Ltd allows both sides to make referrals and seek the best finance option for members. We are working hard building relationships with Green Energy Ltd providers as we want to ensure our members can avail of the best loan rates for all upgrade works.”
Credit Unions across Kerry and West Limerick. Abbeyfeale Credit Union, Cara Credit Union, Killarney Credit Union, Listowel Credit Union and Rathmore and District Credit Union can be reached via: www.creditunion.ie
Gilroy’s Green Energy Ltd can be contacted on 066-7115920, email info@gilroys.ie or for more information visit www.gilroys.ie.

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Racegoers Club to host Cheltenham Preview Night

Killarney Racegoers Club will host its annual Cheltenham Preview Night in Corkery’s Bar on March 7. Admission is free and this year’s chosen beneficiary is the Killarney Branch of St […]

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Killarney Racegoers Club will host its annual Cheltenham Preview Night in Corkery’s Bar on March 7.

Admission is free and this year’s chosen beneficiary is the Killarney Branch of St Vincent De Paul Society.
The expert panel includes professional punter Paddy Wilmott, leading jockey Conor McNamara, up-and-coming Kerry-based trainer Eoin McCarthy and local bookmaker Brendan Tyther with Vince Casey acting as the event’s compere.

“There is no admission fee but a raffle on the night for dual membership of Killarney Racegoers Club for the year, which includes 13 days racing and many reciprocal days to other race meetings,” said Mr Casey.

The Cheltenham Festival begins on March 12.

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