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TCRfm Race Night

TCRfm, in association with O’Neills presents a Race Night on Friday April 7th getting under-way at 8pm.

The night will consist of 9 exciting races, 8 of which are sponsored by local businesses, culminating in the final race, which will be the O’Neills Auction Race.

Waterford FC

no responses. January 5, 2017 News Team

Waterford’s League of Ireland story enters a new era


Waterford’s League of Ireland story enters a new era

The new era in Waterford’s League of Ireland’s story has begun with the appointment of Pat Fenlon and Alan Reynolds as part of the club’s new management team in director of football and head coach roles respectively. The club will also henceforth be known as Waterford FC instead of Waterford United…

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Jim Goodwin

no responses. October 12, 2016 News Team

Promotion for Tramore’s Jim Goodwin!


Promotion for Tramore’s Jim Goodwin!

Scottish League One side Alloa Athletic have appointed midfielder Jim Goodwin as their new manager. The 34 year old Tramore native replaces Jack Ross who last week was unveiled as the new St. Mirren boss….

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2nd Annual TCRfm Golf Classic

no responses. March 13, 2016 Online

2nd Annual TCRfm Golf Classic


2nd Annual TCRfm Golf Classic

Yes friends all the harbingers of spring are there to be seen – the daffodils are up, the first buds and early blossoms are appearing on the trees, the evenings are brighter and the 2nd Annual TCRfm Golf Classic is with us again.

Like last year the Classic takes place in Tramore Golf Club, all happening on Saturday 16th of April 2016. A 4 person team event there are prizes for the first three teams and a prize for nearest the pin. But be warned – places are limited so be sure to book yours as soon as possible.

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no responses. November 18, 2015 News Team

All black rugby star Jonah Lomu has passed away at the age of 40.


All black rugby star Jonah Lomu has passed away at the age of 40.

Rugby’s first superstar was desperate for a second kidney transplant, but to the shock of the sporting world, lost his battle at the age of 40

Rugby’s gentle giant catapulted to world fame after the 1995 World Cup, and It seemed then that nothing could ever stop him, not even the rare kidney disorder known as nephrotic syndrome

A kidney transplant in 2004 fixed him for seven and a half years but his body rejected it in 2011 He had been undergoing dialysis ever since

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