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Katayama and six other Japanese players on 68. Graeme McDowell was also well in contention after opening with a satisfying three-under par 69. Simon Wakefield, meanwhile, thanked both Clarke and Westwood for a timely confidence boost after joining Mark Mouland and Raphael Pellic
12 November 2004 - Irish Independent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Doherty downbeat

Doherty downbeat

Phil Yates Snooker )ET DOHERTY, badly in need of a confidencebuilding run of results after a year he will want to forget, instead fell victim to an inspired opponent in the 0300,000 British Open at the Brighton Centre yesterday. The Dubliner, who has slipped to 15th in the provi
12 November 2004 - Irish Independent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Sport

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12 November 2004 - Irish Independent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
tar Imelda Kennedy

tar Imelda Kennedy

• IT was fitting that the final score from play in this year's Camogie MI-Ireland Senior Club final went to St Lachtain's captain Imelda Kennedy, who gave a player of the match display against Granagh- Ballingarry last Sunday. Kennedy's excellent first-half goal halted Granagh's
12 November 2004 - Irish Independent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Leinster plan to double up at Croke Park

Leinster plan to double up at Croke Park

THE Leinster Council has defended its surprise decision to play all but one of 10 senior football championship fixtures in Croke Park next summer and insists the move will not cost the paying public more than usual. Despite ongoing criticism of the playing surface, which is due
12 November 2004 - Irish Independent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
SENIOR FOOTBALL

SENIOR FOOTBALL

May 8: (1) Offaly v Louth, Navan. May 15: (3) Wicklow v Kildare, Croke Park. May 15 (5) Dublin v Longford, Croke Park. May 29: (2) 1 v Laois, Croke Park May 29: (4) 3 v Westmeath, Croke Park June 5: (6) 5 v Meath, Croke Park. June 5: (7) Carlow v Wexford, Croke Park. AM! 19: (8)
12 November 2004 - Irish Independent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
kish kidependent r, 12 November, 2004

kish kidependent r, 12 November, 2004

12 November 2004 - Irish Independent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
DUNDALK

DUNDALK

THE destination of the first division title will go to the final day of the season following UCD's comeback against 10-man Dundalk at Oriel Park last night. Tony McDonnell headed the winner just three minutes after the visitors had levelled through Paul Byrne on 77 minutes. McDo
12 November 2004 - Irish Independent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Van der Westhuyzen set to make starting line-up

Van der Westhuyzen set to make starting line-up

Kieran Rooney • • • SPRINGBOK out-half Jaco van der Westhuyzen has emphasised that he is ready and willing to take his place in the side to face Ireland at Lansdowne Road tomorrow. A decision as to the participation of van der Westhuyzen is due to be delayed until tomorrow morni
12 November 2004 - Irish Independent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
*nab 1011.0 1 R Turner 7-10-9

*nab 1011.0 1 R Turner 7-10-9

5.30 (11% In* 1. MERRYMAKER (Madtiavelian-Wid Pavane) (P Mathers) 12-1: 2, Wait For Me (Warning-Naswara) 33-1; Greenwich Meantime (Royal Academy-Shirley Valentine) 5-4 For 13 ran. nk, nk (W Bresbourne) Tote: Win £10.70; Ft £2.60, £B.lO, £l.lO. Exacta: f 29600 CSF: f 374.12 Tncas
12 November 2004 - Irish Independent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland