subaqua


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subaqua

of or relating to underwater sport
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The 42-year-old, who was originally from Carndonagh on the Inishowen Peninsula, but lived in Derry, was a well-known member of the local subaqua club.
Player 'Subaqua' has held on to the top spot for a second week running, despite the value of their virtual investment portfolio falling slightly.
DIVERS at Warrington SubAqua Club are using new equipment to uncover the secrets of ships lost in the Irish Sea.
Sadly, they were unsuccessful and Mr O'Sullivan, himself an experienced swimmer, lifeguard and subaqua diver, died yesterday evening.
A few simple phone calls to the activity governing bodies in question (Royal Yachting Association, www.rya.org, the British Mountaineering Council, www.thebmc.co.uk, or the British Subaqua club, www.bsac.org) would have given your correspondent all the information needed to write an informative closing block giving advice on enjoying the outdoors in safety.
The Killarney volunteer subaqua diving team is to arrive at the scene today.
The club has been awarded the Welsh Association of SubAqua Club Club of the Year award for the first time in its history.
Chairman of Belmullet Subaqua Club Eddie O'Toole said everyone was delighted with the outcome.
They were noticed at Bundulla beach at about 8.30am yesterday and a rescue operation by the fire brigade, a subaqua club, the RNLI and Coastguards began immediately.
A Garda spokeswoman said none of the cash had found and confirmed a subaqua unit had been deployed.
Mr Flynn, from Kilrush in Clare, had complained of feeling dizzy after a dive with the Burren subaqua club at Seafield Pier near Quilty in West Clare.
The search was set to resume at first light today when a team of Garda subaqua divers were due to arrive at the scene.