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Walsh and Harte go head to head in NFL

This Sunday Kevin Walsh and Mickey Harte's teams line out in what promises to be a captivating game between Galway and Tyrone in Pearse Stadium (2pm) in round two of the NFL.

Mickey Joe Harte announced as ‘Song for Simon’ guest

Popular singer/songwriter Mickey Joe Harte has been announced as the special guest for the final of the Song for Simon competition, to be held on Saturday February 2 at 8pm in the Sheraton Athlone Hotel.

Ballina book signing

A Mayo-born priest, Monsignor Fachtna Joe Harte, who was responsible for building the magnificent shrine Our Lady Queen of the Universe in Orlando, Florida will do a signing of his book, They Shall Bear You Up, in Eason, Ballina on Friday June 22 (4pm).

Michael D fundraiser in Monroe’s

A major fundraising concert and event will take place in Monroe’s Live tomorrow night to raise funds for the presidential campaign of Michael D Higgins.

Michael D fundraiser in Monroe’s

A major fundraising concert and event will take place in Monroe’s Live tomorrow night to raise funds for the presidential campaign of Michael D Higgins.

Local rose pays tribute to ‘passionate’ Michaela Harte

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Tributes have been pouring in across the country following the murder of much-loved Michaela Harte who was murdered in Mauritius this week.

Biblio - A monthly review of Irish Books

AMONG THE estimable authors to ‘make the cut’ in Des Kenny’s recent lively compendium of 101 Irish Books You Must Read, is Sligo-born Jack Harte.

Claregalway claim All Ireland Club crown

Claregalway claimed this year’s All Ireland u-16 girls’ basketball crown with a merited 20-point victory over Glanmire of Cork at the weekend.

Testing yourself against the best

During my first year in charge of Mayo in 1995/6 it was decided that we should take that year’s national league campaign seriously. We were playing in Division 3 at the time and I can assure you we had some right battles up and down the country squeezing narrow victories over some mediocre opposition in order to secure promotion. We made the play offs and managed to take a major scalp in the quarter final with a great victory over Meath in Hyde Park, Roscommon. We went to Croke Park to play Derry in the semi-final and were comprehensively beaten by what was then an exceptionally talented Derry side. In fact we decided before we left Dublin after that defeat that we would work our socks off for a few weeks and look for another game against the same opposition in order to benchmark and progress.

Spoils shared on the final day

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Spoils shared on the final day

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