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Mountbellew is mourning the loss of Franciscan Brother Michael Burke who made a great contribution to the parish and community through his involvement in many clubs and committees.
The Galway hurling championship kicks off this weekend with some interesting games down for decision.
Buccaneers face a difficult away test this Saturday when travelling to Stradbrook where they take on Blackrock College in the Ulster Bank League Division 1B.
SSE Airtricity Moycullen will hit the road for the next two weeks in the countdown to the season's end in Basketball Ireland's premier league competition.
This Sunday, November 29, Oscar’s Seafood Bistro on Dominick Street hosts the launch of chef and proprietor Michael O Meara’s stunning new book, Sea Gastronomy: Fish and Shellfish of the North Atlantic. More than a cookery book, this is an engrossing encyclopaedia of fish and shellfish, which will be equally as valuable to aspiring chefs as to those who are passionate about cooking at home.
Competitors can differ a lot in their reactions to a loss; some may be barely affected or may forget the loss almost immediately. Others will be virtually devastated and may be low-spirited for days. We know now, after the weekend, that Alan Moran from Foxford prefers to move on, forget the past, and seize the first opportunity to get back on top of the podium. On Saturday last Moran, his navigator John Burke, and their hard working service crew led by James McGreal and Sean McHugh made the trip north to the seventh and final round of the 2015 Valvoline Motorsport Ireland National Forestry Championship, the Mid-Antrim Motor Club's Glens of Antrim Rally.
There was a mighty crowd in Kenny Park last Sunday afternoon to witness two big surprises in the county hurling semi-finals.
The county senior hurling quarter-final replay between Loughrea and St Thomas in Kenny Park on Sunday afternoon was a tame affair compared to the drawn match.
Following their controversial 2-15 to 0-21 draw last weekend, St Thomas and Loughrea will renew acquaintances this Sunday in Kenny Park at 3.30pm in the county quarter-final replay. The referee is the experienced Alan Kelly.