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Mayo.ie in association with Ashford Castle has announced its Mayo Day Photo Competition where you are asked to 'Capture your Mayo Moment'. The scope can be as broad as your imagination and can include any aspect of Mayo, such as capturing the beautiful scenery, heritage, and culture. Grab those humorous and creative images, you can even produce your own video. Should art, poetry, and music be more your thing, take a photo or video of your finished product and that can be your snapshot. The choice is yours.
EXCEL 16, Mayo County Council’s annual exuberant celebration of young people’s creativity takes place this month. A feast of events, workshops, exhibitions and showcases await this year’s young audiences, and events are happening right across the county. The programme is designed for teenagers and young adults (13 – 21) to get involved in and enjoy! Full details of the programme and brochure are available from Mayo Arts Office by calling (094) 9024444 ext 7471 or 7558 or by email on [email protected]
Galway Samaritans has reported its busiest year to date answering 56,525 calls - an average of 150 a day - in the last 12 months.
The weekend after the nation celebrated the 1916 Rising, Mayo are looking to stage their own rising in the U21 ranks and will head to the ground named after Countess Markievicz in Sligo tomorrow evening to do so. It has been seven years since Mayo last claimed the JJ Fahy Cup, in the same venue, beating Sligo 3-14 to 1-8 in the provincial decider.
Mayo manager Stephen Rochford named his starting 15 for Sunday’s league showdown with Roscommon on Sunday afternoon on Friday night. The team named from one to 15 shows three changes from the side that started against Kerry a fortnight ago with Chris Barrett, Evan Regan and Conor Loftus coming into the side with Donal Vaughan, Kevin McLoughlin and Cathal Carolan making way.
Galway WFC produced a four-goal rout over Cork City on Saturday night in Eamonn Deacy Park, putting then three points clear at the top of the Continental Tyres Women’s National League.
Mayo will go looking for their fourth win from four games in the league this Sunday. Having beaten Cork, Dublin and Galway so far in the league, it would be easy to feel they've got the hardest games out of the way already. But this Sunday they welcome to Swinford Amenity Park an Armagh side that are in as rich a vein of form as they are themselves. Armagh sit level on nine points from three games just like Mayo at the top of the table, and the ladies from the Orchard county are also in fine form.
GAA: National Football LeagueTwo games in to his first National League campaign, Stephen Rochford would have hoped that he would have some points on the board to show for it. But that is not the case. Injuries and club commitments had robbed him of a number of key players for the games against Cork and Dublin. Since that Dublin game, Mayo have had three weeks to get themselves up to pace after only coming together right at the tail end of last year.
Why did Enda Kenny "our Mayo Taoiseach" not continue the motorway from Gort to Tuam on into Mayo at the very least? It is only a distance of 14km, asked the First Independent group this week.
The LAMA Community and Council Awards 2016, presented by IPB Insurance and LAMA, took place at the Crowne Plaza Hotel Northwood Dublin at the end of January. The awards recognise and celebrate community and councils together. They provide a great opportunity to highlight and celebrate the work done within communities and to reward unsung heroes.