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James Kilbane returns to the TF Royal Theatre on Friday night, May 11 when he brings his Gravel and Grace country concert to Mayo’s premier venue at 8pm. This concert is in association with Western Care. Special guests on the night will include Ballinrobe singer, Jenny Mulvey from the summer show Legend of Grainne Mhaol, Glor Tire winner Eunice Moran from Ballaghaderreen, as well as upcoming country singer and Conor Duffy.
Week ending: January 8
Molloy’s Lifestyle Pharmacies is delighted to launch their new vitamin and supplement range BENEVITS . The new range which is high in quality but low in price enables people to look after their health and wellbeing without having to worry about the financial cost of buying a top quality product.
The Mayo Senior Football team to take on Cork this Sunday in the All-Ireland Senior Football quarter final in Croke Park has been announced and shows two changes to the team that lined out against Roscommon in the Connacht Final. Ger Cafferkey replaces Alan Feeney at full back while Enda Varley takes his place in the full forward line in place of Jason Doherty.
As part of the upcoming Enterprise and Innovation Week in County Roscommon, renowned business and economics writer, Marc Coleman, will launch an important new initiative called Roscommon Innovation House at an event in the Athlone Springs Hotel in Monksland on Thursday May 26.
Molloy’s Lifestyle Pharmacies and Healthstores is delighted to launch a new dietician clinic service, which is now available at a premium rate at Molloy’s Pharmacies in Garden Street and Bunree Road in Ballina, Ballaghaderreen, and the Harrison Centre Roscommon Town. The clinic will be available with dietician Heather Miller.
Last weekend’s handball action saw Mayo club Ballaghaderreen take an historic sixth All Ireland 40 x 20 inter-club title in a row, defeating Ballydesmond, Co Cork, in the final. An icy Christmas led to huge fixture congestion, warranting both postponed semi-finals and final of the senior club championship be played on the same day. Ballaghaderreen accounted for the up-and-coming Kells, Co Kilkenny, in their semi-final. Ballydesmond came through a tight encounter with Carrickmore, Co Tyrone, to claim their final spot.
The third annual John Gaffney Memorial Tournament hosted by the Williamstown club on Sunday last attracted a record entry of 50 boys and girls from clubs around the province. In the spirit of the late John Gaffney the event was confined to beginners and improvers of 14 years or younger. Following the opening two rounds the four semi-finalists were Daniel Lydon (Moycullen) and Patrick Murphy (Belcarra), Michael McAndrew (Moycullen) and Conor Dohohue (Belcarra), Martin Mulhern (Charlestown) and Brendan Foody (Castleconnor), and Conor O’Toole (Charlestown) and Jason Earlis (Castleconnor). Lydon and Murphy beat McAndrew and Donohue in the first semi-final while O’Toole and Earlis won the second. The final was a slightly one-sided affair with victory on the day going to O’Toole and Earlis on a 15-3, 15-6 scoreline. In a thrilling plate final played at Ballymoe, Martin Byrne (Kiltimagh) and Conor May (Charlestown) defeated Stephen Madden (Ballaghaderreen) and Tony Fox (Collooney) 13 aces to 11.
Beverley Flynn TD met with An Taoiseach Brian Cowen recently to press the case for urgent improvements to the N5 between Mayo and Longford.
Mayo duo Dessie Keegan and Joe McCann made a somewhat disappointing exit from the All-Ireland senior doubles championship as they lost out to Wexford duo Barry Goff and Colin Keeling in three games at Thurles on Saturday evening. There were hopes that the pair would at least threaten for a place in the last four of the doubles championship, and they started with great intent. This was rewarded with a fine 21 aces to 13 win in the opener that set them up nicely for victory. However matters took a turn for the worse after that initial good showing and Keegan, who had been unwell during the week, was unable to maintain the intensity of the first game and the duo paid the price, losing this second game heavily, 21 aces to 5.