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Ladies given start date for league season

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New Mayo Ladies senior manager, Michael Moyles, will have the weekend ending Sunday, May 23, circled in his diary, after the Ladies Gaelic Football Association (LGFA) published their planned calendar of dates for this year's National Football League to be played.

Gardaí seize €29,000 in drugs and 15 vehicles during Easter weekend operations

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Gardaí in the Mayo Garda Division have seized more than €29,000 in suspected cannabis herb and cocaine (pending analysis), and 15 vehicles, as part of a policing operation over the bank holiday weekend.

Athlone Castle’s virtual Easter extravaganza competitions

Athlone Castle will host a number of Easter competitions for children running in tandem with two free online events that premiered during the bank holiday weekend.

Bord Bia Bloom to provide gardening inspiration online this summer

Bord Bia has announced that Bord Bia Bloom, Ireland’s largest gardening and lifestyle festival, will not take place in the Phoenix Park from June 3-7 this year as due to the ongoing threat to public safety from Covid-19 the festival will take place virtually in 2021.

So There I Was: Saint Petersburg

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Travelling abroad in 2020 has pretty much been a no go option for most of us due to the pandemic. No doubt our travelling itches are growing more irritable by the day so Matt Cassidy is here to provide a few suggestions on where we should go next year (fingers crossed). Here he is on his final leg of his Russian journey in Saint Petersburg.

So There I Was: Saint Petersburg

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Matt Cassidy is back again on his final leg of his Russian journey says you should check out its second city; Saint Petersburg.

Gardenwise | Finding hope in Falling Leaves

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As far as I can make out we’ve only had one bank holiday since New Year’s Day without a lockdown in place. History will judge whether the damage caused was justified, but for now one thing at least is certain: damage is being done. This week I’d like to encourage you, if you possibly can, to let nature help you undo at least some of that damage; or if that’s not possible, to help you cope with it and give you hope for the future.

Galway swimmers to raise funds for Threshold

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Swimmers in Galway will have the opportunity to raise much-needed funds for national housing charity Threshold as the Atlantic Masters Swimming Club has relaunched its popular Turkey Swim for 2020, with no fixed location due to Covid-19 restrictions.

United requires injection of momentum after disappointing return to play

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Following a bitterly disappointing Bank Holiday weekend, Galway United make the long trek to St Colman’s Park on Saturday for a critical SSE Aitricity League first division fixture against Cobh Ramblers (7pm).

The long weekends in the year that didn’t need them

And so we head into another long weekend...

 

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