's Primary School has paid tribute to "lovely wee boy" Jack Carr and said pupils and staff will be supported
did not appreciate its beauty and the dispute escalated into the Battle of Cul Dreimhne, in AD 561, when 3,000 men died.
"It seemed to be my fate to retrace [Colmcille's] footsteps," he writes, indicating both an awareness of the historical significance of the saint and a recognition that, like his childhood heroes Cu Chulainn, Christ, and Michael Collins, Colmcille
had prowess worth imitating.
Frank Cottrell Boyce, writer of the London 2012 Olympic Games Opening Ceremony, is working with Walk the Plank and a team of artists from across Ireland and beyond to tell Colmcille
's story and weave into it the stories of Derry-Londonderry that have grown since Colmcille
's departure to Scotland in 547AD.
GAA hosted their annual end-of-season dinner dance.
'Gaelic football is booming in Wales at the moment,' says Johnny Power, one of Cardiff St Colmcille
's few Welsh-born players.
Following spells at underage level with Crumlin United, the same side Keane played for as a youngster, and also at local club St Colmcille
's, Byrne moved to Bray.
The Junk Kouture creation by Brid McSharry, from Colaiste Colmcille
in Ballyshannon, Co Donegal, is entitled Wave Away Waste.
Heat 4 1 Tyrur Sugar Ray 2 Colmcille
Olly 3 Ashfield Impact 4 Piu Di Pep 5 Hillcroft Champ (m) 6 Shelbourne Geoff (w).
The little girl was a pupil at St Colmcille
's Primary School.
His body was taken to St Colmcille
's Hospital in Loughlinstown where a post mortem was carried out yesterday.