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Are you ready for Strictly Come Dancing Breaffy style?

Breaffy GAA Club and the Irish Heart Foundation are looking forward to Saturday November 9 when Strictly Come Dancing Breaffy style returns to the Breaffy House Sports Arena. Ten couples are in serious training to see who will be crowned the 2013 Strictly Come Dancing champions following in the footsteps of last year’s deserving winners Brendan Cunningham and Celia McDermott. This year’s show is expected to meet the high standard of last year’s inaugural production, and behind the scenes months of preparation and planning will soon come to fruition. The judging panel consisting of Walter Donoghue, Brendan Cunningham, and Ivanka Nikimov, along with the hilarious Frank Forde as compere are definitely going to live up to expectations and leave us with a night to remember.

Strictly come Dancing returns to Breaffy

Breaffy GAA club in conjunction with the Irish Heart Foundation is returning to the dance floor once again this November with Strictly Come Dancing. Twenty of the most fleet of foot dancers from Breaffy will take to the dance floor in the Breaffy House Sports Arena in what promises to be a night of great entertainment and fun for all the family on Saturday November 9.

An Oscar for Oscars

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Galway restaurant, Oscar’s Seafood Bistro, has been awarded Bord Bia’s Just Ask! restaurant of the month for February. The restaurant, which was set up by husband and wife Michael O’Meara and Sinead Hughes in 2000. The Just Ask award recognises the restaurant for its dedication to sourcing food from local suppliers and ensuring this information is passed on to customers on their menu.

Paediatric and sports specialisation at Mayo Chiropractic

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Dr Andrew Harvey has recently joined the team at the Mayo Chiropractic Family Practice after moving from his homeland of Australia and is pleased to be working with Nancy and Trisha, alongside Dr Sinead Hughes, in a practice which has been providing chiropractic care to the people of Mayo for four years.

Mayo look to dash rebels five in a row quest

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t is six years since Mayo last lifted the Brendan Martin Cup, while Mayo were the team of the late 1990s and the turn of the century, since 2005 Cork have been the team of the latter half of the decade. Since claiming their first All Ireland title in 2005, the rebels have gone on to put an amazing four titles back to back, and now are going looking for the magical five in a row.

Breaffy look to make home advantage count

Breaffy ladies have come a long way in the past decade and now just stand 60 minutes away from an All Ireland final appearance. It was only a few years ago that they won their first county junior title and they have been making steady progress through the intermediate ranks to claim their first intermediate title after seeing off Cill Chomain in the county final in Crossmolina. They followed it up with a win over Clonbur in the Connacht semi-final the following week, before coming from behind to see off the challenge of Sligo champions, St Michael’s. Their reward for their incredible journey so far is a plum home draw in the All Ireland semi-final against Dublin and Leinster champions St Brigid’s this Sunday. And on Sunday it is not going to be any less of a challenge for the ladies in blue and white than they have faced down so far this year. The visitors have a number of quality players like All Star shortlisted Colleen Barrett and Sorcha Furlong. The Dublin side overcame Garrycastle from Westmeath by a comprehensive scoreline of 2-11 to 1-4 in their provincial decider a few weeks ago and will pose a stern test for the Breaffy side.

Ladies All Ireland Intermediate semi-final Breaffy look to make home advantage count

Breaffy ladies have come a long way in the past decade and now just stand 60 minutes away from an All Ireland final appearance. It was only a few years ago that they won their first county junior title and they have been making steady progress through the intermediate ranks to claim their first intermediate title after seeing off Cill Chomain in the county final in Crossmolina. They followed it up with a win over Clonbur in the Connacht semi-final the following week, before coming from behind to see off the challenge of Sligo champions, St Michael’s. Their reward for their incredible journey so far is a plum home draw in the All Ireland semi-final against Dublin and Leinster champions St Brigid’s this Sunday. And on Sunday it is not going to be any less of a challenge for the ladies in blue and white than they have faced down so far this year. The visitors have a number of quality players like All Star shortlisted Colleen Barrett and Sorcha Furlong. The Dublin side overcame Garrycastle from Westmeath by a comprehensive scoreline of 2-11 to 1-4 in their provincial decider a few weeks ago and will pose a stern test for the Breaffy side.

Cork crush Mayo

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