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The village of Moycullen has just become a lot livelier with the return of The Brass Monkey bar. Located in the heart of Moycullen, The Brass Monkey caters for all tastes, making itself one of the go-to spots in Galway and with staff that are all from the surrounding area, selecting the freshest ingredients from the Moycullen market, patrons are guaranteed to experience the buzz of Moycullen in this rustic but modern setting.
Last Sunday saw the annual Belcarra 8k take to the roads around the west Mayo village, the winner was Moy Valley AC runner Michael Canty, with Mayo AC's Sarah Syron the first female to cross the finish line.
The children of fifth and sixth class in Ballyvary National School had a day they will never forget on Tuesday, March 20, in the company of their teachers and local public agencies and volunteers.
Mayo County Council is continuing its investigations in an oil spillage on the Moy earlier this month.
A new group formed in the Moy Valley is hoping to enhance the River Moy as a tourist attraction in Mayo.
Moycullen Super League basketballers take a deserved break for cup final weekend before hosting UCC Demons on February 3, while Maree are away to Griffith College Sword Thunder in Dublin.
The campaign to establish a River Moy Trust is to gain momentum with the hosting of an information evening in Ballina’s Mount Falcon Hotel on Sunday, November 29, from 7pm to 9pm. The initiative is being co-ordinated by the River Moy Catchment Association, a voluntary group that represents stakeholders committed to improving the ecology, fisheries, and wildlife of all waterways in the Moy catchment.
Moycullen return to NUIG Kingfisher on Saturday (8pm) for an important fixture in their hopes of making this year's Super League basketball play-offs.
Moy Davitts were crowned county intermediate champions after a dramatic replay victory against neighbours Kiltimagh last Saturday evening in Elverys McHale Park. In a pulsating contest that ebbed and flowed, Pat Clarke’s charges won the spoils after scoring a goal and a point in the final minutes snatching victory from the jaws of defeat.
The heart-rates have probably only got back to normal for Moy Davitts' supporters following last Saturday nights amazing come from behind injury time victory in the Mayo Intermediate Football Championship final. Trailing by three points in injury time, having led by five at the turnaround and a man up, they had only managed to score a single point in the entire 30 minutes of normal play in the second half - but somehow they managed to win the game in a amazing four minutes of action. James Mulderrig hammered home a thunderbolt of a goal from 20 yards out, to level it up - it was that type of shot that once it left his boot you could see it was only going to end up in one place and that was followed by a floating effort from Séan Kelly which seemed to just about make it over crossbar.