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All-Ireland champions Limerick dominated this year's PwC All-Star hurling team, but Galway's Joe Canning claimed a fifth career All-Star.
A free public talk on fibromyalgia will take place tonight, May 24, in OxyGeneration, Merchants Road, Galway.
A public meeting will take place at OxyGeneration, Merchants Road, later this month on the use of hyperbaric oxygen as a supplementary therapy for fibromyalgia.
Moycullen has claimed top honours at the O'Neill's GAA Handball All-Star Awards in Croke Park.
“Oh! What a tangled web we weave when first we practice to deceive” - Sir Walter Scott
Just when I thought I was out, they pull me back in! I could apply that quote to the Mayo Advertiser asking me to return for a one-off All-Ireland final article or to Mayo football itself. Either way, I am delighted to be in this position in mid-September. As ardent football fans we have been deservedly rewarded in this county. Supporters have fed off our team’s energy and vice versa. That relationship is an essential component for a successful season so do what you can to make it to Dublin this weekend and bring the colour, bring the noise. When the 66-year drought ends this Sunday and the pent-up euphoria is unleashed with little hope of abating, my one concern is that the names of the men who built a football-loving county and laid the foundations for thousands of fanatics and players may be lost in the many celebratory renditions of The Green and Red of Mayo.
Continuing its ongoing commitment to champion minor hurlers and footballers, Electric Ireland has launched the Electric Ireland GAA Minor Star Awards.
A Galway-based adult education initiative has been shortlisted for a prestigious AONTAS STAR Award 2017, organised by AONTAS, the National Adult Learning Organisation. The awards are part of its annual Adult Learners’ Festival and recognise outstanding work in adult education.
They ‘will rank in history amongst the greatest teams that have contested the Championship’, so read the report of a contemporary journalist after witnessing Mayo rout Laois in the 1936 All-Ireland Football Final and claim the county’s first senior football championship. Mayo senior football was peaking that year. The planets had begun their alignment four years earlier when Mayo contested only their third All-Ireland final. A narrow loss to Kerry in 1932 was crushing but oil had been struck and it did not just flow, it gushed throughout the 1930s and Mayo fans bathed in it. The 1932 final was the incendiary event that sparked an era of magnificence in Mayo football. The green and red would eventually see out the decade with a record six consecutive National Football League titles won between 1934 and 1939. With three of the six NFL crowns secured by the first game of Mayo’s championship campaign in May 1936, the aligning planets must have appeared as leather footballs to the success-spoiled county.
Al Hayes Motors is the newly appointed sales and aftersales dealer for Skoda in Co Clare.