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Public lecture on when pirates ruled the seas

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The pirates of the late 1600s, early 1700s, conjures images of bloodthirsty bandits and violent criminals, but in some respects their outlook and ethos was an early form of the most ruthless kind of capitalism.

Mitchels look to move things on to the next level

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After the high of winning their second senior county title in three years, it was back to the mundane business of league football for Castlebar Mitchels last weekend. But they had a job to do and they did it in style hammering Crossmolina Deel Rovers and in the process picking up the senior league title to go with the championship they'd won the week before.

Corinthians gain momentum with another win

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Corinthians, growing with confidence, have a real chance to continue their move up the division 2A Ulster Bank League table when they face Naas at Forenaughtson Saturday (2.30pm).

Henshaw set for return as Connacht seek five in a row

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Ireland's Robbie Henshaw will be back in the green of Connacht to help continue the province's near perfect start to the Guinness Pro 12.  The centre, who was rested last week, will line out for tomorrow's visit of Treviso which is expected to be another physically demanding test.

The Unlucky Cabin Boy

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A GRIPPING true drama of shipwreck, cannibalism, and survival comes to the Black Box Theatre next week in the shape of the musical drama, The Unlucky Cabin Boy. Devised by Gúna Nua Theatre Company with playwright Mike Finn and The Brad Pitt Light Orchestra, the show tells the story of teenager Patrick O’Brien of Limerick.

Annual Samaritan Christmas Concert in its 24th year

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The Samaritans are delighted to have the support of the Army Band in presenting the 24th annual Samaritan Concert.

Henshaw set for return as Connacht seek five in a row

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Hollymount-Carramore survive epic battle to book final spot

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Whatever training sessions that Hollymount-Carramore put in over the next fortnight preparing for the Connacht Intermediate Football Championship Final against Moycullen, it’ll be nothing compared to the battle they came through on Sunday in MacHale Park.

Clonkill face St Mullins in Leinster Championship

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Delighted to have reclaimed the Westmeath senior hurling title, Clonkill will now be hoping to make an impact in the Leinster Championship when they face Carlow outfit St Mullins at Netwatch Cullen Park on Sunday afternoon.

Claregalway crush opponents to win Connacht crown

Claregalway minor ladies have been crowned Connacht champions after a comprehensive 8-13 to 0-7 over Leitrim’s St Brigit’s.

 

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