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The recipe for the success of the Tubbercurry St Patrick’s Day 10k over the past 45 years is based on tradition. Participants receive a genuine céad míle fáilte at Tom and Annie Killoran’s Teeling St event headquarters.
There is no let up for Mayo kingpins Castlebar Mitchels who have another seven day turnaround this week before they take on Sligo champions Tourlestrane in Markieviciz Park in the Connacht Senior Club Championship quarter-final tomorrow at 2pm. Declan O'Reilly's men were in scintillating form in last Saturday night's Mayo senior final when they ran out 3-13 to 0-10 winners over a valiant Knockmore side who ran out of gas in the second half when Mitchels really put the foot down.
ONE OF the most striking personalities in the 1916 Rising was Constance Markievicz, the Anglo-Irish aristocrat who became a militant nationalist and was among the rebels who fought in the vicinity of St Stephen’s Green.
Westmeath suffered another disappointing Allianz Football League Division Three defeat when losing to Sligo by 1-11 to 1-10 at Markievicz Park last Sunday.
A number of substantial commercial units and zoned sites in a well located retail park in Collooney, Co Sligo, are expected to attract considerable interest when they go to auction on July 24.
The Mayo League exited the EA Sports Cup at the first round stage on Tuesday night when they were thrashed 8-0 by League of Ireland Premier Division side Sligo Rovers in the Showgrounds. Owen Heary’s side progressed to the next round, thanks to the drubbing handed out to the Mayo League selection which included a hat-trick from youngster Liam Flatley.
Two converted tries both sides of half time were enough to see NUIG prevail by 14 - 5 over Sligo in the Connacht J1C league decider at a windswept and and rain-soaked Hamilton Park, Strandhill, on Sunday.
1- Ó Curraoin and Flynn improving significantly
Newly crowned Westmeath champions St Loman’s and experienced Roscommon kingpins St Brigid’s both got their respective provincial campaign off to a winning start last weekend. The Mullingar side had to fight hard for their one-point win over Carlow’s Old Leighlin while it was all too easy for St Brigid’s who were never tested by disappointing Sligo champions Tourlestrane.