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Last weekend all eyes were on the divisional cup competitions with the Westaro Cup taking centre stage for the top flight clubs. League champions Westport United needed a penalty shootout to progress as Claremorris after the game finished 3-3 after extra time. Colm Keane struck two first half goals from free-kicks, with Andrew Peters and Matthew Peters both finding the net for Claremorris before half time in this entertaining encounter. Westport went in front for the third time not long before the full time time whistle, thanks to a Adam Mulchrone goal, but Oisin Brady leveLled it up again right on full time to send the game to extra time. No one could find the net in the additional periods and Westport emerged winners 5-3 on penalties.
Friends of Merlin Woods will hold an event in the woods this Saturday at 11am to mark Imbolc/St Brigid’s Day.
BY DECLAN VARLEY
Sunway has announced its new flight from Shannon to Lapland this winter. This one night Santa’s Sleepover trip departing December 13 is a holiday of a lifetime not to be missed.
To describe Liam Moloney as a fanaticial fan of the TV show Countdown is something of an understatement. Liam has been watching the show religiously since he was a youngster and to appear on the programme has been a lifelong dream. Following three applications, he managed to do just that this week and to acquit himself as well as he did during his time on the show has been an experience beyond his wildest dreams.
THE FUNK, the whole funk, and nothing but the funk, will be the order of business when Galway review band The Good Hustle play The Loft @ Seven.
A Galway man is making waves on Channel 4 gameshow Countdown. Kevin Steede, who is a native of Belclare, is now one of this year’s most successful contestants after winning eight games in a row. On average per series, only three or four individuals reach this stage of the competition.
MOTORMOUTH DUBLIN comic, Andrew Stanley - star of the AIG ads - will perform at the next instalment of Show Me The Funny.
THE IRISH youth choir is seeking singers aged between 18 and 28 and auditions for new members will take place in Galway this Saturday.
STAGECOACH DRAMA and theatre school spring term starts this Saturday with classes taking place in St Mary’s College. Registration for new pupils is also taking place.