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The search for a new hurling manager to succeed Ger Loughnane is coming to a close with eight candidates having been nominated. The task now for the county board chairman Gerry Larkin, hurling board chairman Miko Ryan, and secretary John Fahey, is to start the assessment and interview process before final decisions can be made.
The beauty of the National Football League is that you can dust yourself down after a particularly bad performance and within a week or two you are presented with another opportunity to redeem yourself. I know the Mayo lads were hurting after their defeat against Derry in Ballina two weeks ago, so there shouldn’t be too much energy expended in getting their heads right for this one. I was speaking to a few of the players after the Derry game and they were understandably annoyed that they didn’t get off to a winning start.
It is a case of third time lucky for John McIntyre - the newly appointed manager of Galway hurling.
Two of the most successful managers of the past decade, Mickey Harte (Tyrone) and Brian Cody (Kilkenny) are to launch their autobiographies in early autumn.
Setanta Ireland announced its provisional list of live and deferred games for the National Football and Hurling Leagues this week.
Brian Cody is the most successful manager in modern times in the GAA having claimed six All-Ireland Championship titles with Kilkenny over the last decade and now, in 2009, Brian Cody is targeting an historic four in-a-row!
For the sixth time in five years the Mayo senior ladies will set out on the road towards league and championship action with a new manager at the helm. Following in the footsteps of Michael Ryder, Frank Browne, and Charlie Lambert in the last few years is Tuam native Kevin Reidy. Even with the upheaval in management over the last two years the Mayo players have managed to pull through and claim two Connacht titles, a national league title, and make it to an All Ireland final. So Reidy knows that he has the talent at his disposal to make a serious challenge for honours this year.
Fans and supporters of Kilkenny coach, Brian Cody are waiting with bated breath for the release of his new autobiography, Cody, on September 28 next.
The launch of the 2009 National Irish Bank FAI Summer Soccer School programme for Westmeath, Longford, Roscommon, Offaly, and Laois kicked off in Athlone Town FC recently. This year will see up to 25,000 children from all over Ireland participating at over 290 camps nationwide – up from 270 last year with 21 camps taking place in Westmeath, Longford, Offaly, and Laois.
Next Thursday May 28, Cllr Tom Allen will be holding a rally function in the Grand Hotel in Moate. Guest speaker on the evening will be former Westmeath GAA manager and Kerry football legend, Paudie O’Shea.