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Sars overcame Kilruane McDonaghs in a close semi final while Nenagh beat Drom after extra time to reach the final.Ahead of tomorrows game match referee Ferghal Horgan told Tipp FM Sport he is looking forward to being the man in the middleSunday’s match throws in at Semple Stadium at 3.15 and Tipp FM will have full live coverage in assocation with Horse & Jockey KIA, Thurles. Before that Clonakenny take on Sarsfields in the Intermediate final at 1pm.The county Intermediate football final takes place today at 3pm in New Inn where Upperchurch Drombane will take on Clonmel Og for the right to play senior football in 2016. Clonmel Og defeated Holycross en route to the final while Upperchurch beat Mullinahone in the semi final.Upperchurch Drombane manager and club chairman Conor O Dwyer told Tipp FM Sport to earn the right to play senior club football would be a huge milestone for his clubPlenty of other games on today as well, Clonmel Commercials will take on Loughmore Castleiney in Golden in the under 21 county football A final today. That game gets underway in Golden at 1pm. The minor B football championship semi final takes place when Clonoulty Rossmore take on Ardfinnan in Littleton at 7pm.In hurling the Minor B hurling championship semi final sees Knockavilla Kickhams come up against Grangemockler Ballyneale. that one gets underway in Boherlahan at 3pm.Scotland will host Ireland this afternoon in the first test of this year’s Hurling/Shinty International Series.The action gets underway in Inverness at 2pm.Meanwhile, Portlaoise and Emo must go head-to-head once-again in the replay of their Laois Senior Football Championship final.The two sides couldn’t be separated last weekend and so they will return to O’Moore Park this evening, where throw-in is at half-past six.
A MAN who pleaded guilty to careless driving has had a careless driving charge struck out after attending a driver behaviour course.David Baxter, 23, from Trentagh had fallen asleep at the wheel in Ballybofey last August. His car struck another vehicle in the incident but no-one was seriously hurt.Judge Paul Kelly heard Mr Baxter describe his attendance at the course and how seeing the results of accidents and hearing from a woman who had lost relatives in car crashes had “completely changed” his attitude to driving. Garda Inspector Michael Harrison told the court that he had visited the course on its final day last Saturday and found all six young drivers had “completely embraced” the project.Mr Baxter handed in a certificate to Judge Kelly to show he had completed the four day course.The scheme is a pilot project designed to replace community service orders for drivers who commit less serious driving offences.Mr Baxter said the course had worked for him adding: “It will make me much more careful on the roads.”Judge Kelly told him: “You seem to have engaged in this process and I will strike out the case. The best of luck to you.”CARELESS DRIVING CHARGE QUASHED AFTER MAN ATTENDS BEHAVIOUR COURSE was last modified: October 23rd, 2012 by BrendaShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:BallybofeyCARELESS DRIVING CHARGE QUASHED AFTER MAN ATTENDS BEHAVIOUR COURSETrentagh