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The Tribesmen continued their recent fine form with an impressive 52-0 win over the Dublin City Exiles on Saturday.
Galway's rugby league champions Tribesmen roll on unbeaten so far this year, and now face Dublin City Exiles on Saturday at South Park (The Swamp) at 2pm.
Westmeath floral artists, Ann J Mina and Mary Weir, are among 50 floral and botanical artists to exhibit at Bloom 2017.
House prices will continue to rise until supply improves dramatically, the Institute of Professional Auctioneers & Valuers has stated.
The housing shortage currently being experienced across Ireland is the result of a decade of underinvestment, according to the Construction Industry Federation (CIF).
After much exertion and determination running 206km completing the #NeverGiveUp awareness and fundraising campaign for Oranmore Maree Coastal Search Unit, Oranmore businessman, Frank Byrnes is taking a well-earned break and has handed over a cheque for €3,053 which he received in sponsorship for this worthy cause.
After months of planning and training as part of the #NeverGiveUp awareness and fundraising campaign for Oranmore Maree Coastal Search Unit, Oranmore man, Frank Byrnes has completed the 206km challenge and is ready to give his running shoes a break.
Mayo AC had a record 49 finishers in the recent 37th Dublin City Marathon which incorporated the National Marathon Championships. It was a brilliant day for all of them, experiencing the atmosphere generated by large crowds along the course of one of Europe's top city marathons. Sixteen of them completed the 26.2 mile distance for the first time, adding to the excitement of the occasion for the club. It was a perfect day for running with hardly a breeze and temperatures of 12-14C.
Frank Byrnes of Oranmore has announced details of the upcoming ‘Never Give Up’ challenge he has set himself to raise funds for local community organisation Oranmore Maree Coastal Search Unit. Over a five-week period beginning this Sunday October 30, Frank will take part in three separate running events in an attempt to highlight awareness and to raise funds for the Oranmore Maree Coastal Search Unit.
Turloughmore man Peter Forde was always used to being busy. He was involved in a number of sports and was self employed as a carpenter.