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CON­GRAT­U­LA­TIONS to two well known lo­cals who this week­end cel­e­brate mile­stone birthdays. Kieran Doyle will be 40 years young and is host­ing a party for his fam­ily and friends this Satur­day night. Happy birth­day ‘Doyler’ from your loving wife Yvonne (God she has a lot to put with!) and a spe­cial birth­day wish to Daddy from Sinead and Michael as well as the ex­tended O’Toole and Doyle fam­i­lies.

Also, Dar­ren An­der­ton was fa­mously known as ‘Sick Note’ while play­ing his foot­ball at Spurs due to his reg­u­lar ab­sence from in­jury but both Gaelic and Soc­cer col­leagues in Kil­macanogue will re­call our Doyler miss­ing many games through in­juries some of us never even heard of at the time.

It got so bad at one stage that the Col­lege of Sur­geons were try­ing to get Kieran as a model case for the stu­dents. Then there was ‘Doylers Glen­cor­mac United Dream Team’ where he had wrote down his choice of the great­est ever team in the clubs his­tory.

Un­for­tu­nately, this sheet fell out of his pocket at train­ing one night and team mates took a look and there was Doyler in cen­tre-mid and of course cap­tain. (On a per­sonal note Kieran, how come I wasn’t in your team?).

Jok­ing a-side, you gave both teams great ser­vice and all your for­mer team-mates wish you a very happy 40th.

Also this Satur­day, Stephen Hourie will turn 30. Stephen was only a young boy when his fam­ily moved to Kil­macanogue to run the Last Stop Food Store. He moved off af­ter this was sold to make way for the new Round- about but now has re­turned to live in Glen­cor­mac with his Fi­ancée Gwen and daugh­ter Alanna who send him a spe­cial birth­day wish. Con­grat­u­la­tions to Ste also from the Hourie and Jef­fares fam­i­lies.

For­mer team-mates say they would get you a drink to cel­e­brate the event Ste­vie but they got the last one (and the one be­fore that!) but wish you well for a happy 30th!

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