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• St Michael’s is holding an Easter Gaelic Football camp from Tuesday April 10 to Thursday April 12 in Westside from 10.30am to 1pm daily and is open to boys from ages eight to 13. Several members of the club's senior team will be coaching. The cost is €10. Download an application form from http://stmichaelsgaa.ie, or register from 10am at St Michael’s club house on April 10. For information, text/call Alan Glynn 087-275 1903.
Well-known Westmeath actress Mary McEvoy has been nominated for an award in the Bord Gáis Energy Irish Book Awards 2011.
The feeling entering Pearse Stadium for the round two football championship clash between St James and St Michael’s last weekend was that the Jimmies would be too strong for an injury-shorn St Michael’s outfit. And so it came to pass, with Seamus Burke’s charges winning easily enough on a score-line of 1-13 to 2-05.
This is a very attractive championship fixture and the city rivalry between the two sides should get a good crowd into the stadium on Saturday evening.
Excitement, intrigue, great camera work, a magic pill that will awaken your mind’s full potential, and a leading man who is just gorgeous, what more can one ask for, however given this tease of action and suspense early on I couldn’t help but feel a little let down by the lack lustre ending.
LIMITLESS, THE new film starring Bradley Cooper and Robert De Niro, based on the novel The Dark Fields by Irish author Alan Glynn, is now on in cinemas.
Every sporting journey must start somewhere, and last Sunday in Enniscrone, Tomás Ó Flatharta’s reign with Galway got off to a winning start, which is always a positive.
The winter training ban for inter-county footballers and hurlers is officially over, even though some counties did not seem to know it was in place in the first instance; and the first bit of competitive action of 2011 in Connacht kicks off this weekend with the start of the FBD league.
It often takes a piece of individual magic to separate teams in a tight contest and so it proved in Pearse Stadium on Sunday. St Mary’s Leaving Cert student Fiach Ó Bearra stroked over a spectacular winner to see Micheal Breathnachs defeat an unlucky St Michael’s by 0-10 to 1-6.