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We're talking a 23-point swing to overhaul Kilkenny ( 3) and then a nine point swing to overtake Cork (-10).
The latter task of overhauling Cork is made more tricky by the fact that they still need Cork to actually win.
Otherwise, they'll be sucked into a points difference battle with three or four sides.
It's probably unlikely that they'd successfully overhaul either Tipperary or Kilkenny in that tussle.
Bringing the issue to the notice of the authorities maybe the only way to get the problem sorted and the Garda can help enforce whatever the decision the courts reach. If excessive barking becomes a nuisance to anyone, then it is an offence.
SUNDAY 11 MARCH Allianz HL Division 1A 1430 Kilkenny v Wexford, Nowlan Park 1430 Waterford v Clare, Walsh Park 1430 Tipperary v Cork, Semple Stadium Final round overview We come to the final weekend of action in the infamously competitive Division 1A.
That scenario would leave four teams (Cork, Tipperary, Kilkenny, Waterford) locked on four points and then points difference would be considered as opposed to the head-to-head record.
The law in Ireland governing this area is Section 108 of the Environmental Protection Agency Act 1992 and the Environmental Protection Agency Act (Noise) Regulations 1992.
Many people are unaware of the steps that should be taken to deal with this nuisance in an effective manner.
Below, under different headings, are outlines of suggested ways to deal with neighbourhood noise.
Don't deal with the problem while a party is going on however; instead call the Garda - but all they can do is ask them to turn the music down.
If your neighbours persist, the next step is to write out a clear letter where you logically list your woes.