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In a return to SSE Airtricity League premier division action, Galway United face an away trip to the Showgrounds on Saturday evening for a crucial encounter against Sligo Rovers following the mid season break.
Mayo will meet Sligo on Sunday week in Castlebar after the Yeats men survived their trip to the Big Apple defeating the home side by 1-21 to 1-13. For the life of me I could not get my head around all the talk that New York were going to beat Sligo and that this was their strongest ever team in the championship and an upset was on the cards. This theory was mainly based on the fact that they recruited a few big name players and also ran Roscommon to a single point last year and that Roscommon are perceived as a better team than Sligo.
With only a few weeks to go to the Sport Ireland Yeats Tour of Sligo the event is generating huge interest, with cycling enthusiasts from all over the country expected to descend on Sligo on the May bank holiday weekend.
The SSE Airtricity League premier division season only commenced a month ago, but the stakes are already piled high for Galway United and Sligo Rovers, who collide at Eamonn Deacy Park on Friday evening (7.45pm).
Imagine living in a world where a person might have an impairment but not be disabled. A world where impairments are seen as normal, because physical and social environments are accessible to everyone, where non-disabled people are not afraid of saying the wrong thing to a disabled person, because having an impairment, visible or hidden, is accepted as being part of life, not something strange that should arouse sympathy.
Mayo manager Michael Solan made seven changes from the side that started the previous week against Donegal with Marcus Park, Gary McHale, James Kelly, Cathal Hennelly, Ryan O’Donoghue, Barry Duffy and Colm Reape all coming into the starting 15 for this North West Cup Final against Sligo.
Strength in depth
A national recruitment day aimed at offering jobs to people home for the festive season is to take place on December 29.
Rural Ireland has the ability to become an economically powerful region in its own right, according to the director of one of the region’s key funding agencies.