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Anthony Daly

Anthony Daly is one of the most respected and dynamic hurlers and managers of his generation. He has enjoyed success as captain of the senior Clare hurling team throughout the 1990s, and more recently as manager of the Clare and Dublin teams respectively. His playing career saw him winning two senior All-Ireland medals, three Munster provincial medals, and three All-Star awards. At club level, he holds five county club medals for Clarecastle, and a provincial medal in 1997. Daly managed the Clare senior team from 2003 to 2006, and was manager of the Dublin team from 2008 until 2014, culminating in Dublin winning the Leinster Senior Hurling Championship in 2013, for the first time in 52 years.

Patrick Deeley

Patrick Deeley was born in the townland of Foxhall, outside Loughrea, Co. Galway, in 1953. He has published six highly acclaimed collections of poems with Dedalus Press including Decoding Samara, The Bones of Creation, and Groundswell: New and Selected Poems. In addition his poems have appeared in many leading literary outlets in Ireland, UK, USA, Canada and Australia, been widely translated and won a number of awards. Patrick is married to the artist Judy Carroll Deeley and they have two children.

Father Eugene O'Hagan; Father Martin O'Hagan; Father David Delargy

Father David Delargy, Father Eugene O'Hagan and Father Martin O'Hagan - known collectively as The Priests - live and work in Belfast and have, since signing a record-breaking deal with Sony in 2008, performed in concerts throughout the world. Their debut album sold more than 1,000,000 in just four weeks, was nominated for a Classical Brit Award and was No.1 on the Classic FM Charts for more than 15 weeks. This is their first book. Their latest album will be released in Autumn 2009.

Eamon Dillon

Eamon Dillon is a prize-winning journalist with the Sunday World newspaper in Dublin where he is Assistant Editor (Crime and Security). His first book The Outsiders: Exposing the Secretive World of Irelandís Travellers was a best-seller in Ireland and established him as an authority on Traveller-related issues. His second book was The Fraudsters: How Con Artists Steal Your Money. He has been a guest speaker at the Toronto Fraud Police annual conference as well as at Google HQ in Dublin on the topic of fraud and social engineering. In 2009 he received the Ruhama Award in Journalism for his investigative piece into the organised sex-trade in Ireland. Follow him on Twitter: @EamoD

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