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After months of a holding pattern, action on the soccer fields across Mayo got back up and running last weekend with the first round of the Calor Gas Super Cup and Premier Cup.
Pioneers of wellbeing in Irish schools, Dr Ann Caulfield and Derval Dunford of Mindfulness Matters, have just released a video giving teachers' and children’s perspectives on the difference that simple practices can make to anxiety, worry, concentration, and the overall classroom climate. One cute example from the children demonstrates how to magically manage ‘butterflies in their tummies’, something that may be useful for some teachers and parents, as well as children going back to school.
The village of Moycullen has just become a lot livelier with the return of The Brass Monkey bar. Located in the heart of Moycullen, The Brass Monkey caters for all tastes, making itself one of the go-to spots in Galway and with staff that are all from the surrounding area, selecting the freshest ingredients from the Moycullen market, patrons are guaranteed to experience the buzz of Moycullen in this rustic but modern setting.
Get a new lease of energy for the new year with a membership to the Oranmore Lodge Leisure Club. Relax in the pool and health suite (sauna, steamroom, and Jacuzzi), get fit in the excellent gym using the finest technogym machines, or join a class and meet new people as you achieve your health and fitness goals.
It was back to the harsh reality for Mayo players last weekend as they played in the final group games of the championship for their clubs. It is not the easiest thing to motivate yourself for — a club game after what they have been through, as most if not all of them will take a long time to get over the heartbreak of the All-Ireland final. It is a weird scenario. People from opposing clubs who were screaming from the rafters for you two weeks previous now see you as the panto villain, while club players playing against you would like nothing more than to have a cut at you, to take you down a peg or two, knowing you will be in a relatively fragile state of mind. For some the club is a great distraction especially if their club has a chance of winning silverware or making it through to the next round. For others it is a burden having to play when you know your team is going nowhere.
Roscommon Drama Group are taking to the stage once more at Roscommon Arts Centre with their production of Neil Simon’s Rumors on Thursday, Friday, and Saturday, November 24-26 at 8pm nightly.
GALWAY PUNK/hardcore band Ghundi will launch their second EP Bang Bang Heavy Heavy with a show in An Pucán, Forster Street, on Saturday at 8.30pm.