After coming back from serious injury, Ciaran Fennessy has decided to retire and faces into a new career on the points' circuit
Due to quite testing after recent heavy amounts of rainfall 93 runners participated out of the 232 entries as Donal Coffey’s homebred Ask For Glory won in style
Eoghain Ward rounds up some of the news stories from the last weekend of point action including tales of a famous chaser, and a bad injury for jockey Ciaran Fennessy
Anne Marie Duff and Mark Costello report from the 37th Annual point to-point awards in Knightsbrook, Trim
Dr Joe O’Keeffe’s Hard Station jumped impeccably, writes Neil O’Donnell
Glenabo Bridge lit up the afternoon for many by recording an authoritative debut success, writes Neil O'Donnell
Ciaran Fennessy is having his best ever season; Belle Express looks a fine prospect for Colin Bowe; Seventh Sign enjoyed another easy success
Cork amateur may not have started the day well but left Castletown Geoghegan with a treble to his name
The Cork rider was on the mark with Talk of The South and Hawkers Son at the Carrigtwohill track
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