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    A lively little number

    Dr Alan Moran | 15 Nov 2018

    Dr Alan Moran reviews the Mercedes-Benz A-Class

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    Vincent’s back on track after triumph in ‘battle of Dunboyne’

    15 Nov 2018

    St Vincent’s picked up their first league win since August at St Benildus, thanks to a first-half strike from Aidan McGrath.

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    An afternoon to forget for the visitors

    15 Nov 2018

    Vincent’s were quickly given the opportunity to exert revenge on a Kilnamanagh outfit who had come back from two goals down to win 4-2 at Benildus the previous week but the contest never truly caught fire — in cold, windy conditions, the home side were too strong and never looked in danger of dropping points, easing into a two-goal lead in a one-sided game. It was an afternoon to forget for the visitors, as Kilnamanagh continued to soar towards the upper reaches of the league table.

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    St Vincent’s slump to disappointing home defeat at the hands of Kilnamanagh in bizarre circumstances

    05 Nov 2018

    A first half brace from Rory Durand had put the home side in the ascendency, but the game changed after a lengthy stoppage in the second period for a floodlight delay. Kilnamanagh capitalised on a series of errors to claim all three points as Vincent’s suffered defeat on home soil for the third time in this campaign.

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    Brexit may jeopardise patient access to medical devices, according to Medtech

    05 Nov 2018

    The Irish Medtech Association, the Ibec group that represents the medtech sector, warned ahead of the recent Global Access 2018 conference in Galway that the EU is running out of time to make sure that the necessary infrastructure is in place to ensure that the care continuum for patients is preserved under the new EU Medical Devices and Invitro Diagnostics Regulations.

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    An Italian stallion

    Morgan Flanagan Creagh | 25 Oct 2018

    Morgan Flanagan Creagh reviews the Gulia Super Sport

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    Ruthless Dundrum punish Vincent’s

    25 Oct 2018

    St Vincent’s slumped to a third successive league defeat at the hands of a Dundrum side who took their chances on a crisp Saturday afternoon at Meadowbrook Park. It was the home outfit’s first victory of a league season curtailed to just two games to date and owed much to a display of clinical finishing. Vincent’s were well in the game — more so than the 3-0 scoreline suggests — but have slipped into the habit of shipping goals in tight games recently.

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    Something for the weekend

    Dr Alan Moran | 04 Oct 2018

    Dr Alan Moran takes a look at the many options available for a fun weekend drive

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    Vincent’s bow out of cup to classy TEK United

    04 Oct 2018

    St Vincent’s imploded in the second half against TEK United to suffer a heavy cup exit. Kieran Keane got a rare goal in a competitive opening period, but the hosts dominated after the break, showing quality to ruthlessly punish mistakes and run out comfortable winners. A disappointing result, but going away to a side competing a couple of divisions ahead was always going to be a challenge.

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    Dusting-up on the cheapest crossover SUV in its class

    Morgan Flanagan Creagh | 24 Sep 2018

    Morgan Flanagan Creagh gives the lowdown on Dacia’s new Duster

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    Goalkeeping heroics inspire St Vincent’s to Cup win

    24 Sep 2018

    St Vincent’s leaned on an outstanding goalkeeping performance from Gavin McDaid to earn a 3-1 away win against Inchicore Athletic FC in the first round of the Noel Ryan Cup. Aidan McGrath scored twice, either side of a close-range effort from Cian Ward, before a late consolation from the hosts. Inchicore may feel aggrieved by the loss, but they were punished for missing a hatful of chances.

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    St Vincent’s FC back in league action

    13 Sep 2018

    St Vincent’s Hospital FC returned to league action with a trio of games in close succession. On the back of last season’s league title success, the team have been promoted two divisions to the Leinster Senior League Saturday Major 1B. This league represents the highest-level competition the club has ever competed at, and it will bring tough league fixtures on a weekly basis. The squad has seen some turnover, with a number of new faces coming in to replace those who have moved on, mainly due to peripheral rotations or to work abroad. It will be a tough ask to win back-to-back league titles, but the team are looking forward to the upcoming season with optimism and excitement.

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