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A community group in Ballinrobe has applied to Mayo County Council for planning permission to develop a state-of-the-art, €1.5 million, town hall facility.
All roads are leading to Ballinrobe this weekend and next with racing, sales, and a big marquee show with Panti Bliss, all on the cards over the next 10 days.
A Mayo company’s patented system of manufacturing and installing ventilation ducts has been nominated for a prestigious all Ireland innovation award. PanelDuct, which is based in Ballinrobe, is just one of three companies nominated in the manufacturing category of The Irish Times InterTradeIreland Innovation Awards.
Q: My son is in Transition Year, but he hasn’t a clue what he wants to do after school. He’s mad into sports – plays a lot of rugby – and I also notice he has an interest in property: he’s forever checking out prices of properties, and he watches all of those home makeover and ‘a place in the sun’ type TV programmes. But property is a tough game now so I’m reluctant to suggest estate management to him as a career. What should I do to help him make an informed decision? (Mary, email)
For the second year running Mayo Centra will enter a team in the An Post 8 day Rás; this year the riders are all members from the Western Lakes Cycling Club. The five-man squad consists of a mixture of highly experienced cyclists and late vocations to the sport, which epitomises the focus on rider development at the Ballinrobe-based club. The racing group at the club is going from strength to strength with a record number of racers registered in 2013, making for fierce competition on training spins as well as hard-fought club league races.
Mayo Fine Gael TD, John O'Mahony, has congratulated the management committee and members of the Ballinrobe Racecourse on winning the inaugural Racecourse of the Year award at the annual Horse Racing Awards.
Western Lakes CC, Ballinrobe would like to invite you to join them on July 21 for their annual Lap of the Mask 65k Sportive. All proceeds from this years event will go towards the IHCPT which is an Irish organisation helping to provide respite for the families of children with mental and physical disabilities throughout Ireland.
The Mayor of Ballinrobe contest reaches its climax on Saturday night November 5 at 9pm in The Valkenburg.
Mayo hurler Shane Morley has been chosen on the Irish Hurling/Shinty Senior International side to face Scotland over the coming weeks. Morley impressed Irish manager Joe Dooley (Offaly) at recent trials held in Dublin, and was chosen on the 18-man Irish squad to face the Scots in the two-legged series. The opening game between the sides takes place tomorrow (Saturday) in Athy, Kildare, at 3pm - with the return leg taking place in Bught Park in Inverness on the following Saturday, October 29 at 2pm. The home game in Athy will be televised live on TG4 at 3pm. The side with the best aggregate score over the two legs in the hybrid game will win the series. Morley is one of eight players chosen from Christy Ring Cup counties, with 10 players on the panel being chosen from the McCarthy Cup sides. Michael Rice (Kilkenny) will captain the side in the series, while Tipperary duo Eoin Kelly and Brendan Maher are also included. Other notable names from the McCarthy Cup counties include Joe Bergin (Offaly) and Arron Graffin (Antrim). Twenty-six-year-old Morley (Tooreen) - who is making his first appearance in the Irish jersey - is the only Connacht player included in the 18-man squad.