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Galway Cricket Club has pulled off a shock result in the Irish Senior Cup, beating Fox Lodge on their own ground near Strabane in Saturday's first round.
A teenager from Mountbellew No Name Club was among the national winners at the No Name Club National Youth Awards,
Mayo Leisure Point has extended its Fiver Friday promotion, which offers one hour of bowling for just €5.
The green and red of Mayo will be flying high in the City of Angels next July as two athletes from the county are to represent Team Ireland at the Special Olympics World Games in Los Angeles.
Mayo businesses are being invited to get bowling next week with the launch of the 21st annual Inter Business League on Monday January 26, at Mayo Leisure Point.
For the first time in the club’s history, County Galway Cricket Club has won the prestigious Munster Senior Cup.
Athletes and volunteers from Team Connacht during the parade at the opening ceremony of the Special Olympics Ireland Games in Limerick.
It is that time of year again when Mayo Leisure Point runs the inter-business bowling league. This league has been running for the past 20 years and has proven very successful with businesses all over Mayo competing. Its success is thanks to the businesses and teams which support it every year and to Sean Mulroy and Joe Togher who have sponsored the league since 1994.