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Prós 2004-2005. Garry Bannister. An Siollabas Próis. An Cearrbhach Mac Cába Coileach Ghleann Phádraig An Bhean Óg Lig Sinn i gCathú Fiche Bliain ag Fás Lá Buí Bealtaine Clare sa Spéir (Scannán). Lig Sinn I gCathú (le Breandán Ó hEithir).

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Prós 2004-2005

Garry Bannister

an siollabas pr is
An Siollabas Próis
  • An Cearrbhach Mac Cába
  • Coileach Ghleann Phádraig
  • An Bhean Óg
  • Lig Sinn i gCathú
  • Fiche Bliain ag Fás
  • Lá Buí Bealtaine
  • Clare sa Spéir (Scannán)
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Máirtín Ó Méadóid walks in the gate of the university.
  • Siúlann Máirtín Ó Méalóid isteach geata na hOllscoile
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He sees Pádraic Puirséal, the doorman.
  • Feiceann sé Pádraic Puirséal, an doirseoir.
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The students call Pádraic

‘The Púca’.

  • Tugann na mic léinn ‘An Púca’

ar Phádraic.

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The Púca and the gardener are not getting on together for years.
  • Tá an Púca agus garraíodóir na hOllscoile go doicheallach lena chéile le blianta.
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One night in 1953 the Púca was out beating up blue-shirts.
  • Oíche amháin i 1953 bhí an Púca amuigh ag bualadh lucht léinte gorma.
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The Púca was drunk and he returning back to the university.
  • Bhí an Púca ólta agus é ag filleadh ar ais ar an Ollscoil.
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The gardener closed the gate of the university and the Púca was not able to come in.
  • Dhún an garraíodóir geata na hOllscoile agus ní raibh an púca ábalta teacht isteach.
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The Púca started throwing stones through the window of the shack of the gardener.
  • Thosaigh an Púca ag caitheamh cloch trí fhuinneog bhothán an gharraíodóra.
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The mater went to the court and the Púca hadn’t permission to speak with the gardener or with any person of his family ever again.

  • Chuaigh an scéal go dtí an chúirt agus ní raibh cead ag an Phúca labhairt leis an gharraíodóir ná le duine ar bith dá chlann choíche arís.
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Monsignor de Bláca, the President of the University, had a dog…
  • Bhí madra ag Monsignor de Bláca, Uachtarán na hOllscoile….
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And the Púca taught the dog how to destroy the flowers of the gardener.
  • agus mhúin an Púca don mhadra conas bláthanna an gharraíodóra a mhilleadh.
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This made the gardener awfully angry.
  • Chuir sin fearg uafásach ar an gharraíodóir.
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The position was given to Father de Bláca in order to keep a Methodist minister out of Baile an Chaisil.
  • Tugadh an post don Athair de Bláca chun ministir Modhach a choinneáil amach as Baile an Chaisil.
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De Bláca had no interest in his work in the university.
  • Ní raibh suim dá laghad ag de Bláca in a chuid oibre san Ollscoil
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He only had one student every year.
  • Ní raibh ach mac léinn amháin in aghaidh na bliana aige.
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De Bláca spent all his time drinking in the hotel of the railroad.
  • Chaith de Bláca an t-am ar fad ag ól in Óstlann an Bhóthair Iarainn.
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De Bláca was closing in on middle age when Bishop Ó Maoláin made him go out all over the district canvassing for himself as a candidate for the presidency.
  • Bhí de Bláca ag druidim le meánaois nuair a thug an tEaspag Ó Maoláin air dul amach ar fud na dúiche ag stocaireacht dó féin mar iarrthóir don Uachtaránacht.
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When De Bláca came back from the tour he was a complete and utter drunkard.
  • Nuair a tháinig de Bláca ar ais ón chamchuairt sin bhí sé ina dhruncaeir caillte ar fad.
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He was made a Monsignor after having gotten the position with the hope that this would conceal his nonsense.
  • Rinneadh Monsignor de tar éis dó an post a fháil le súil go gceilfeadh sin a chuid seafóide.
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One woman in that refion said when she heard the story:‘The eejit is now really the centre-piece of the show!’
  • Dúirt bean ón cheantar úd nuair a chuala sí an scéal: ‘Tá an breallán ar an drisiúr anois dáiríre.’
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The Bishop put a secretary in as an assistant to the Monsignor and in this way the Bishop had complete control of the College.
  • Chuir an tEaspag rúnaí isteach mar chúntóir don Mhonsignor agus sa tslí sin bhí urlámhas iomlán ag an Easpag ar an gColáiste.
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Ten years had passed since these events happened…
  • Tá deich mbliana imithe ó tharla na heachtraí sin…
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and de Bláca has completely gone senile since then.
  • agus tá de Bláca bailithe go hiomlán sna haoiseanna leanbaí ó shin.
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Once on the day of the conferring of the degrees, de Bláca tried to award a degree in medicine to a photographer.
  • Uair amháin ar lá bronnta na gcéim rinne de Bláca iarracht céim sa leigheas a bhronnadh ar ghrianghrafadóir.
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The Púca was telling to Máirtín Ó Méalóid about the dog and how he had taught it to wage war on the flowers of the gardener.
  • Bhí an Púca ag insint do Mhairtín Ó Méalóid faoin mhadra agus conas a mhúin sé dó cath a chur ar bhláthanna an gharraíodóra…
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And the fun that the staff of the college got out of the feud..
  • agus an spórt a bhain foireann an choláiste as an bhfíoch..
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But Máirtin became tired of the story.
  • ach d’éirigh Máirtín tuirseach den scéal.
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He asked the Púca did he have a card from the office of the bursar for him.
  • D’iarr sé ar an Phúca an raibh cárta ó oifig an sparánaí dó.
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The Púca gave a card to him.
  • Thug an Púca cárta dó.
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All that was written on the card was:‘To me at your convenience.’
  • Ní raibh scríofa ar an gcárta ach: ‘Chugam ar do chaoithiúlacht.’
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‘I better face Balor!’says Máirtín to the Púca.
  • Is fearr dom aghaidh a thabhairt ar Bhalor!’ arsa Máirtín leis an bPúca.
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Máirtín went into the office.
  • Chuaigh Máirtín isteach san oifig.
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Bhí an rúnaí ansin roimhe.
  • The secretary was there before him.
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Máirtín asked her to throw the cheque to him without dragging the bursar into the matter.
  • D’iarr Máirtín uirthi an seic a chaitheamh chuige gan an sparánaí a tharraingt isteach sa scéal.
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The secretary said that the Bursar wanted to speak with him.
  • Dúirt an rúnaí gur theastaigh ón sparánaí labhairt leis.
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The Bursar came and started giving out about the laziness of Martin.
  • Tháinig an spáránaí agus thosaigh sé ag tabhairt amach faoi leisciúlacht Mháirtín.
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There was a defect on one of the Bursar’s eyes because he had had a stroke.
  • Bhí máchail ar shúil amháin an sparánaí mar bhí stróc aige.
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The cheque went out of the hand of the bursar and but the secretary caught it before it fell into the fire.
  • D’imigh an seic as lámh an spáránaí ach rug an rúnaí air sular thit sé isteach sa tine.
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You’ll get your place on the County team, Mrs Kennedy!”says Máirtín to her.
  • ‘Gheobhaidh tú d’áit ar fhoireann an chontae, a Iníon Uí Chinnéide!’ arsa Mairtín léi.
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The Bursar wasn’t pleased with this talk at all and he said to Máirtín that he wasn’t like his brother at all.
  • Ní raibh an sparánaí sásta leis an gcaint seo ar chor ar bith agus dúirt sé le Mairtín nach raibh sé cosúil lena dheartháir ar chor ar bith.
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‘If you must flogee, flogee! If you must preachee, preachee! But no flogee and preachee too!’says Máirtín to him.
  • ‘If you must flogee, flogee! If you must preachee, preachee! But no flogee and preachee too!’ arsa Máirtín leis.
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Máirtín broke out laughing in spite of himself.
  • Bhris Máirtín amach ag gáire dá ainneoin féin.
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That was the final straw. Now the Bursar was very angry.
  • Ba é sin buille na tubaiste. Anois bhí fearg mhór ar an sparánaí
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The Bursar said that he would not get any other cheque from him because of his being absent from his lectures.
  • Dúirt an sparánaí nach bhfaigheadh sé aon seic eile uaidh de bharr é bheith as láthair óna chuid léachtaí.
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He also said that he would tell the whole matter to the brother of Máirtín.
  • Dúirt sé freisin go n-inseodh sé an scéal go léir do dheartháir Mháirtín.
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Máirtín was angry now but he said good-bye to the secretary, Mrs Kennedy and he leaving.
  • Bhí fearg ar Mháirtín anois ach d’fhág sé slán ag an rúnaí, Iníon Uí Chinnéide agus é ag imeacht.