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2012 Jimmy's Winning Matches

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Crowds on the Diamond in Donegal Town to hear the song "Jimmy's Winning Matches" by Rory Gallagher, and to support the County Donegal Men's Senior Gaeilge Football Team. …

Crowds on the Diamond in Donegal Town to hear the song "Jimmy's Winning Matches" by Rory Gallagher, and to support the County Donegal Men's Senior Gaeilge Football Team.

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  • 1. 3 NEWSJimmy’s One in three cigarettes are illegalmissing New research released at the weekend has shown the growing problem of illegal cigarettes in Donegal with over one in three cigarettes in Letterkenny being non Irish duty paid (NIDP). The figure of 33.9% was well above thematches! national average of 29.8% and placed Letterkenny fifth high- est of the 22 towns and cities that were surveyed by MS In- telligence for the second quar- ter of 2012. The highest level of ille- gal cigarettes was found in Waterford which had a 44.5% level of NIDP with Newbridge Rory Gallagher’s YouTube is that should Donegal winsensation ‘Jimmy’s Winning mATT BRITTON the ultimate prize, “Jimmy” in Kildare coming in behind with 41.5%.Matches’ will have to be per- News Reporter will be here in October. A spokesperson for Irish To-formed solo on tour this week Rory said, “Jimmy flew to bacco Manufacturers Adviso-after his friend ‘Jimmy’ failed knack of naming a host of Madrid to the Embassy of ry Committee (ITMAC) said;to get a visa to enter Ireland towns and villages from the Senegal in hope of being able “The figures are certainlyin time for the big match on four All-Ireland semi-final- to do the paperwork from worrying when you look at theSunday next ists, Donegal, Dublin, Cork there but was advised he has incidence over the past two Rory Gallagher, a native and Mayo. to return to Senegal to obtain years. The NIDP reached oneof Kilcar posted a song on the visa required. of its lowest rates in the sameYouTube which became an in- Here in October “I am totally gutted. I’d period last year and this wasstant success having attained like to thank Pat the Cope for following the governmentsover 300.000 in the first few Gallagher had hoped ‘Jim- all the effort and everything freeze on excise on cigarettesdays last month after Donegal my’ would be able to join would have been fine on the and the increased focus putdefeated Kerry . him for the tour, but it now Irish side. on the area by the Revenue Rory, who is a resident seems the new anthem could But unfortunately red tape and Gardai. However follow-musician in Charlie’s Bar be “Jimmy’s missing match- wins again! I hope everybody ing the government’s increasein Puerto del Carmen, was es!” Despite the assistance will scream Jimmy’s reply in the VAT and Excise in thejoined for the song by a Sen- of North-West MEP Pat ‘the lines at the gigs next week, The real “Jimmy” may be confined to base in Lanzarote last budget pushing the priceegalese native, nicknamed Cope’ Gallagher, his friend but I still say we should sneak for the moment, but Donegal Town was treated to a great of a packet of 20 cigarettes to‘Jimmy Barry Murphy’ after was unable to get a visa ahead him on a fishing boat into Kil- rendering of the popular song by Donegal Town’s own over €9 there has been a surgethe Cork hurling manager, of the final at such short no- lybegs under a blanket!” joked ‘ immy’ on the homecoming stage on the Diamond yesterday J in the amount of NIDP ciga-who portrayed an uncanny tice but the latest information Gallagher. afternoon. 1709MVBritton5 Donegal.JPG rettes on the streets.” WALK YOUR HEROES ONTO THE PITCH IN ASSOCIATION WITH Balleybofey - Donegal Town - Dungloe - Ballybofey - Donegal Town - Dungloe - Bundoran Bundoran - Killybegs - Killybeds - Buncrana - Carndonagh The Donegal Democrat, in association with SuperValu, are giving one lucky junior reader (must be aged between 8-12 years) the SuperValu are chance to act as flag bearer at the All Ireland football final. The stockists of the 2012 winner will receive one child match ticket, 1 adult match ticket & will form guard of honour for the two senior teams coming out Donegal Jersey onto the pitch! Adult €45 Child €35 HOW TO ENTER: Simply collect 2 coupons from our papers. The first coupon is printed Please post or drop your entries to: below and the second token will be printed in next Monday’s Donegal Democrat/ Donegal Peoples Press (17th September). Attach Token 1 (printed last Thursday) to SuperValu/ Democrat ticket the space allocated and attach to the entry form below. giveaway, Donegal Democrat, Larkin ATTACH House, Oldtown Road, Letterkenny ENTRY FORM TOKEN 1 TOKEN 2 or SuperValu /Democrat ticket giveaway, Donegal Democrat, Pier Name: .................................................................................................................................................. HERE One, Quay Street, Donegal Town. Address: ............................................................................................................................................. ............................................................................................................................................................... Closing date for entries: Wednesday19th September at 9am Wednesday 19th September at 11am Daytime Tel number:........................................................................................... Age:.................. Terms and Conditions: Standard JP competition terms and conditions apply. These can be found at http://www.johnstonpress.co.uk/jpplc/competition/ or contact the Promotions team at 2 Esky Drive, Carn, BT63 5YY. Winners must be aged between 8-12 years old. Prize consists of 2 All-Ireland match tickets (winner plus 1 other, who must be over 18 and qualified to act as a guardian for the winner, if this is not a guardian, then a parental release form will be required in advance). The winner (not their guardians) will be on the pitch when the two senior teams run on and will form a guard of honour either side of the tunnel. Special match day kit to wear on the pitch will be provided. The judges decision is final. Winner will be notified by a phone call. Prize is as stated, no cash alternatives.