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It's been a rollercoaster ride though this year’s National Football League for Mayo so far and last Sunday was no different. The game saw Mayo lead Kerry by eight points at one stage in the first half, but ended with them clinging on manfully to hold out against the Kerry challenge as long as possible when they were forced to play the last 25 or so minutes with only 14 men – following Lee Keegan’s dispatch for an early shower after he was suckered into a sloppy foul resulting in a second yellow flashed in his general direction.
With the evenings stretching out and flowers coming into bloom, plans are now being put together in anticipation of the annual Tidy Towns competition. Many clubs around the county are kicking into gear and commencing their preparation for the event.
The Western Region of C.I.P.D. are hosting a programme of events on September 14 at the Harbour Hotel, Galway at 6pm. The overall theme for the forthcoming year ”Innovative HR – Towards Recovery”, is apt as despite the challenges that businesses currently face in the practice of Human Resource Management, there is emerging evidence that the HR function has and is playing a significant role in managing the business. The chosen theme and the range of speakers and topics in the 2010-2011 programme reflects how the HR function has supported the business to manage through the current challenges and is leading in the preparation towards recovery. For details see www.cipdwest.com.
Mayo AC have just announced the launch of their new website www.mayoac.com. The website will feature information on all aspects of the club’s activities and is a welcome addition as the club expands on all fronts. Club chairman Michael Mc Grath pointed out that, while the website has been online for some time, recently it has received a major revamp thanks mainly to the great work done by club website coordinators TJ Mc Hugh, Catherine Conway, and others.
The annual general meeting of the Irish United Nations Veterans Association (IUNVA), Post 9 (Athlone), took place on Monday January 18. The Post was re-established in September 2009 and over 30 members attended the AGM in the NCOs Mess Custume Barracks, Athlone.
The creation of three new jobs and use of a brand new van with a logo are just two of the exciting projects under way by Athlone Tidy Towns Committee, which held its AGM on Tuesday this week.
The ninth and final race of the Vodafone C&C Cellular Mayo Road Race League takes place in Westport on Sunday December 27. It looks like being an exciting finale to another successful race series. Ninety eight men and 112 women athletes have won points in the eight races so far. The 2009 Race League has proved an excellent testing ground for the Fit4Life members who started their programme back in February. They have been training weekly at the five group sessions organised by clubs in conjunction with Mayo Sports Partnership. The Westport 5k will include a Fit4Life team challenge among the five groups.