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Castlebar picked up their first win of the J1A league season last weekend with a 27-7 win over local rivals Westport in Cloondeash. The county town side had gone into the game having lost their previous four encounters this season, but they put that to right with an impressive showing at home.
Galway Women's FC host their first game of the new National League season in Eamonn Deacy Park on Saturday (6pm).
This traditional style four bedroom bungalow situated on a private site with outbuildings, located at Brownhill, Ballyvary, just off the main N5 Castlebar to Dublin road, approximately one mile from Ballyvary village, is a must-view.
Following the enormous success of the annual Irish Wedding Awards, the organisers are delighted to announce the second annual Irish Wedding Awards, aiming to celebrate the hard work of the best professionals and establishments in the Irish wedding industry. Thousands of nominations were received from the public and the full list of finalists has now been compiled. The black tie event will be held at The Crowne Plaza Dublin, this coming Sunday, January 28.
On Tuesday next, December 19, Santa will provide a special through the night sleigh-ride escort to Dublin Airport for a group of children from the Chernobyl affected regions of Belarus with special needs who will begin a two-week long Christmas rest and recuperation stay in counties across Ireland.
Two superb young classical musicians, Anneleen Lenaerts (harp) and Dionysis Grammenos (clarinet), perform together at the Linenhall Arts Centre in Castlebar on Tuesday November 15 at 8pm. Expect passion, technical aplomb, and an exceptional chemistry between two dazzling virtuosi as Anneleen Lenaerts, principal harpist of the Vienna Philharmonic performs with Dionysis Grammenos, dubbed by one critic as “the new prince of the clarinet”.
There will be a unique event in Hoban’s car park, Castlebar, on Sunday August 14 at 1.30pm as part of a fund raising drive to help a very special local and worthy cause. As a part of the Newport Truck Run taking place from Ballina to Newport, more than 30 trucks will roll into the car park at 1.30pm and park and give all truck enthusiasts an opportunity to get up close and personal with these machines of the road. Truck drivers will be bringing their cabs from all over the island of Ireland to support this charity appeal. The trucks will remain there until 3pm and during that time everyone is invited to go along to this magnificent sight while helping the cause.