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first_imgTwitter NewsCrime & CourtGardai investigating after three males are stabbed in series of attacks in Limerick city suburbBy David Raleigh – October 12, 2019 2211 WhatsApp Email Facebook Advertisement Linkedin Print GARDAI are investigating after three young males, including a 14-year old boy, received stab wounds in series of attacks overnight in Limerick.The attacks occurred in the vicinity of Corbally Baths, near the Mill Road.Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up When gardai responded to the area they discovered an ambulance crew treating a 14-year old boy for minor stab wounds, sources said.An 18-year old male and 16-year old male received serious, but, non-life threatening stab wounds.A garda source said they believe all three incidents are linked, and that they all happened in the same general area, around the same time.Gardai were alerted to the scene after locals reported “a lot of activity and shouting”, and people running “up and down the street”.Some youths “ran for cover in a nearby house, but to be fair to the Gardai they were on the scene very quickly,” a local source said.They said they were concerned the alleged incidents had occurred early in the night close to houses, with “a crowd of about 15 youths plus”.The source said there was “a need for street lights at Corbally Baths, even to support gardai”.The area is a well known local beauty spot, located along the banks of the River Shannon.A garda spokeswoman said: “Gardaí are investigating an alleged assault that occurred in a park at Corbally Baths, Corbally, Limerick on the 11th October 2019 at approximately 8.30pm. A man in his teens received stabs wounds and was taken to University Hospital Limerick by Ambulance with serious but non life threatening injuries.” “A male in his late teens was allegedly involved in an altercation with other youths in a park at Corbally Baths and was taken to UHL with serious but non life threatening injuries.”The spokeswoman confirmed a third youth had received “minor stab wounds”.The motive for the attacks were unclear, however the spokeswoman said, “investigations are ongoing”.There were no reports of any arrests.While the Corbally Baths area is used by walkers during the daytime, it is also frequented by gangs of youths in the evenings and at night.Last February the area experienced a deluge of local youth gangs engaging in anti-social behaviour and violence.Extra garda resources were pumped into the normally peaceful community  after a local teenager was slashed in the face in an unprovoked attack last February.Last January a heritage sign at the historic baths was destroyed, prompting locals to seek the deployment of gardai on bicycles to the area.Anyone with information can contact gardai at Ardnacrusha (0611-345136) or Henry Street garda station (061-212400) or the Garda Confidential Line (1800-666-111). Previous articleLimerick Councillor claims Gardaí “squaring” minor offences “often done” to maintain good relationship with publicNext articleThe coming of Sheku Kanneh-Mason David Raleighlast_img read more

first_imgUSA-based boxing promoter Seon Bristol has returned to Guyana to hold discussions with the executives of the Guyana Boxing Association (GBA) relating to the staging of a card on Boxing Day 2017.Bristol yesterday met with GBA president,Steve Ninvalle,Treasurer Dexter Patterson and Technical Director,Terrence Poole to start ironing out plans for the competition.Bristol told Chronicle Sport yesterday that the card would be named `Sons of Champions’ and would feature some of the top names in the sport.“It is being called sons of champions as we have several former champions who now have children participating in the sport. For those former champions who do not have children in the sport , then we will ask that they adopt one for this card,” Bristol stated.Two weeks ago, the former amateur boxer and nephew of former Commonwealth light middleweight champion Kenny Bristol declared that he was saddened that the country had no card last Boxing Day.“My intention is to make sure that there is a fight-card on December 26th. It used to happen but for some reason has not in the recent past. I am not going to point fingers but intend to rectify the situation,” Bristol had said.He disclosed that his Bris ”O” Promotion Company attempted to host a similar event last Boxing Day but was persuaded against doing so after being informed that there was a professional card planned for the same day.Bristol recently collaborated with the GBA to stage this year’s first International ‘Nuff Cuff’ tournament which was a success.“I have said before that I am willing to do whatever it takes to assist in moving boxing forward. After today’s meeting with the GBA executive I am even more confident that we are on the right track and boxing will return to its rightful date and place.”last_img