Contact Local Studies by telephone on 059 9129705 or by e-mail to [email protected] Department holds an extensive newspaper collection on microfilm and/or in hard copy.
These include the Nationalist and Leinster Times, Carlow Sentinal, Carlow People, Carlow Morning Post, Finns Leinster Journal, Irish Times and more.
Gillane also had a first-half penalty saved by LIT goalkeeper Eibhear Quinn.
It may also have served as a form of border marker, but whatever its original purpose, today the Brownshill Dolmen represents a tangible link between the present and the past.
An enormous slab sits on two portal stones which flank a door stone and slopes downwards to the west, where it rests on a low boulder.
Visit the Brownshill Dolmen to truly experience a piece of prehistoric Ireland in all its glory.
Try as they might and with Paul Killeen (0-08) doing his bit, LIT could not reel in Jamie Wall's charges.
Brownshill Dolmen is a magnificent granite capstone, weighing about 103 tonnes, has excited the interest of historians and antiquarians for centuries.