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Another chapter for Mayo’s House of Pain secured itself after the football team's 2015 adventure came to an abrupt end at the hands of Dublin in the semi final last weekend. In a few years' time people will look back at the result and the score line will suggest that Dublin were comfortable winners but the margins were very tight in this game. A stroke of luck for Dublin and, in my opinion, a poor refereeing decision put paid to any chance Mayo had of reaching the All-Ireland final and for another crack at Kerry.
Galway Company Revive Active is calling on the people of the West to don the reflective gear and take to the Prom this October 16 for the first ever Galway Night Run on the Prom.
Local heart and stroke charity, Croí, has found its recently launched evidence-based approach to sustainable weight loss and lifestyle management, aimed at those wishing to reduce their risk of heart disease, stroke, diabetes, and obesity, has delivered impressive results for participants.
Croi have teamed up with the McSharry Pharmacy Group to bring key health messages to Galway women as part of their ‘Women at Heart’ campaign.
The Irish Heart Foundation will be carrying out heart health checks at Athenry Mart over the next two days as part of an initiative to reach out to farmers at marts across the country.
The Irish Heart Foundation is carrying out heart health checks in marts across the country.
Mayo qualified for a mouth-watering All-Ireland semi final with Dublin after an emphatic and clinical display against Donegal in the quarter final. I’m not going to lie, I was worried about this one, and I wasn’t sure how Mayo would cope against a team with 14 or 15 players constantly behind the ball. It’s very easy to get the life sucked out you playing against such tactics; in this regard Mayo were superb.