Email Linkedin WhatsApp Advertisement Facebook Twitter Print A 40-year-old man who was struck by a car in County Limerick in the early hours of Sunday morning has died from his injuries. The accident happened on Main Street, Castleconnell at about 2.15am.Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up The victim has been named locally as Tom O’Shea, from Derryhasna, Castleconnell.He was taken to the Mid-Western Regional Hospital but was pronounced dead shortly afterwards.Gardaí are appealing for anyone who witnessed the incident to contact them at Castleconnell 061 377105 or Henry Street 061 212400. NewsLocal NewsMan dies in hit-and-runBy admin – September 6, 2009 683 Previous articleApproval given to UL Medical SchoolNext articleAIB cup draw sends local teams away admin
ELLSWORTH — The Ellsworth wrestling team placed sixth of 21 teams at the Noble Invitational tournament last Tuesday in North Berwick.“Although there were no individual champions, the team had a strong performance across the board,” Ellsworth coach JF Burns said. “I was very happy with the results.”Skowhegan won with 180.5 points; Noble took second with 170; Foxcroft, third with 162; Marshwood, fourth with 154; and Nokomis, fifth with 124.0. Ellsworth followed with 119.5 points.Though injuries prevented two of Ellsworth’s state champions — Dagan Berenyi and Connor Petros — from competing, the team notched two individual third-place finishes.This is placeholder textThis is placeholder textIn the 145-pound weight bracket, Peyton Cole lost to eventual champion Aiden Whitis of Marshwood by a score of 4-3 in the semifinals. Cole went on to beat Bryce Bernadine of Mount Mansfield Union in Vermont in the consolation finals by major decision by a score of 9-0.At 160 pounds, Trent Goodman also lost in the semifinals, 6-3 to the Rhode Island state champion, Christopher Francis. In the consolation finals, Goodman beat Austin Pelletier of Messalonskee by technical fall 15-0.Ellsworth’s Logan Lord (126 pounds) and Wally Moon (220 pounds) both took fourth.Despite only weighing 158 pounds, Austin Smith placed fifth in the 170-pound championship.Noah Robidoux (132 pounds), Josh Wright (145 pounds) and Andrew Brown (152 pounds) all placed sixth.