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Mayo launches player welfare lotto

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The Mayo GAA players have become the first county to launch an exciting new players fund lotto ahead of their upcoming clash with Galway in Pearse Stadium. It’s a lotto with a difference, as all funds raised through this lotto are ringfenced for the sole purpose of the training and welfare of the county panels from underage up, across all codes both football and hurling. It is a lotto promoted by the players for the benefit of the players.

Ten things to look out for in the club championship this weekend

1. Almost everyone in matching kit

Smart phone users need to be prudent, says Phone Doc

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Phone Doc, specialists in mobile phone repairs and accessories, says more smart phone users are getting caught by exceeding their allocated data plan.

Jim Sheridan launches call for entries to the Sky Road TV and Film Festival

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Sky Road TV and Film Festival, an exciting new three-day event taking place at the Station House Theatre in Clifden, is calling for submissions for this year’s festival.

Harbour Street man to compete in Euro Transplant Games

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Competition for budding sports photographers

Ireland’s largest sports photography agency Sportsfile, in association with the GAA, is giving supporters a chance to showcase their photography skills this summer.

Support Daffodil Day in Westmeath today

The Irish Cancer Society is calling on the people of Westmeath to support Daffodil Day today, Friday March 28. 

In-car technology raises road safety concerns

The explosion in the availability of in-car technology is raising road safety concerns across the globe.

In-car technology raises road safety concerns

The explosion in the availability of in-car technology is raising road safety concerns across the globe.

McNelis warns against criminal gang targeting city smartphones

Smartphones are a major target for thiefs and the public must take care and be vigilant according to Labour city councillor Niall McNelis.

 

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