Tipperary finished their quarter-final decider with only 13 men after both players were sent off during the second-half of the game in O’Connor Park.Holycross native Barrett received two yellow cards and signed an application for a hearing in the hope of getting his first yellow card rescinded. Last season’s Young Hurler of the Year claims his first yellow was not warranted. Meanwhile Callanan was sent off just two minutes into the second half when he received a straight red card after he was reported to have struck Offaly full back Dermot Shortt.Speaking at the monthly Tipperary County Board meeting last night, County Secretary Tim Floyd they’ll be making a strong argument for both players. +
THERE’S something about a sequel that’s nigh impossible for L.A. to resist. Add in the always-favorite animal angle, and it’s a surefire hit. That must be why the return of Reggie the alligator (actually, he’s a caiman) on Monday after an 18-month absence has all of Los Angeles – not to mention the rest of the nation – atwitter. Collectively, we always suspected that the predator didn’t die from ingesting soda cans or pollution in the murky, harbor-adjacent Lake Machado. He was too tough for that. Now that the large alligator’s presence has been confirmed, authorities must now come up with a solid Reggie plan of action. If he is to stay in L.A. – as he and his many fans clearly want – then the city must develop safety precautions that keep both park visitors and Reggie himself as safe as possible. 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!