Daly backs Premier County to overcome the Cats

first_imgMeanwhile, former Tipp All Star Eamon Corcoran says changes to the positioning in the backs and middle of the pitch have made a huge difference this season. The Premier County’s senior hurlers are preparing to take the Road to Croke Park tomorrow in the highly anticipated All Ireland Final against the Cats. It’s the fourth time in six years that the neighbouring counties have met in the final, with Kilkenny coming out on top in the last meeting in 2011. Speaking on Tipp FM’s Road to Croker special last night, former Clare captain Anthony Daly believes that if the team play to the same level as we did against Cork, the chances are good that Liam McCarthy will be coming to Tipp.last_img read more

Three finalists named for Iowa Supreme Court vacancy

first_imgDES MOINES — A state panel has sent Governor Kim Reynolds three nominees for the vacancy on the Iowa Supreme Court.The State Judicial Nomination Commission met Thursday, interviewed a dozen applicants and chose a judge and two attorneys as finalists. Joel Barrows is a district court judge in Bettendorf. Matt McDermott works in a Des Moines law firm and was the lead counsel defending the state’s new collective bargaining law when public employee unions sued. Dana Oxley works at a law firm in Cedar Rapids. She’s also an adjunct professor at the University of Iowa law school.Reynolds now has 30 days to choose one of them for the vacancy created when Chief Justice Mark Cady died of a heart attack in November. The governor’s choice will join the court, then the justices will meet and vote on who among them will be chief justice.last_img read more