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St Joseph's Primary School Ballinrobe has been selected as one of five schools in Ireland - and one of only 60 schools across 33 countries - to receive sponsorship from Google for this year’s Europe Code Week 2017.
It's back to the cut and thrust of action in the Mayo GAA senior club championship for the first time in over three months this weekend. While the junior championship has been moving along in the background and the semi-final stages down for decision this weekend, it has been long summer without championship action for the 16 senior clubs.
Getting way more than what you expected in the Leaving Cert. needn’t be the end of the world. Just because you got top marks doesn’t mean you have to opt for an ‘air is thin up here’ course.
The people of south Mayo will have an unusual opportunity to 'dunk' their friends in the name of charity. A number of events will be held in Ballinrobe on Friday next, August 11, to raise funds for the LauraLynn Foundation. Stephen Cummins, who is originally from Caherlisterane but now living in Ballinrobe, came up with the idea having seen an item on television about the work the foundation do for young children with cancer.
Heskin Auctioneers is bninging to the market Gibbons Bar and Restaurant, The Neale, Ballinrobe, Co Mayo.
Mayo AC have announced the details of the eighth installment of the Vodafone Mayo AC 5K Summer Series which will get under way in just over a fortnights time in Foxford. The five race ‘no frills’ series is open to all local athletic clubs and fitness groups are very welcome. The courses are AAI measured/permitted, well marshalled with finish line time clock and chip timing. All races will start at 8pm on Tuesday evenings.
It's the thing that every schoolboy or schoolgirl who kicks a football dreams of and tomorrow afternoon, the boys from Ballinrobe Community School will take to the field in Croke Park and look to come home as heroes with All Ireland winners medals in their back pocket. It's been a few months of hard graft and sweat on the training fields and in pitches across the provience for Damien Egan's charges, but they are standing just sixty minutes away from realising their dreams.
Claremorris will host the Land of the Giants Duathlon for the sixth time on Wednesday December 28. Last year saw a bumper crowd of more than 250 participants, and organisers are expecting even bigger numbers this Christmas.
The drive to rebuild Ballinrobe Town Hall has passed a number of milestones, including €130,000 collected locally. A target of €400,000 has been set for local donations and the next wave of the campaign will see a number of fund-raising events taking place.