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Galway Girl leading Eurovision race
Leitir Meailláin’s Jennifer Connolly, who performs under the name CONNOLLY, has been named by BoyleSports as the leading favourite to represent the country in this year’s Eurovision Song Contest hosted in Liverpool.
Galway woman Aisling Hillary being fancied in some quarters to take the Rose of Tralee crown
There has been some interest in the Rose of Tralee betting market in the past week, with reports of substantial support for London Rose, Aisling Hillary.
Bookies see Calleary in top FF job
Two of the country's biggest bookmakers have Ballina representative Dara Calleary firmly installed as a top favourite to be the next Fianna Fáil leader.
Mullingar’s Catherine wins most stylish
Mullingar fashionista Catherine Lundon was crowned most stylish lady at Monday’s Irish Grand National.
Breaking the World Record is a sure bet
The World Record attempt of 1,000 people knitting simultaneously is making waves across the country, with the event being discussed on radio, TV, and online.
•FAI chief executive John Delaney will turn the first sod on the new Oughterard Association Football Club sports facilities on Thursday week. The new sports pitches and facilities are located at New Village, Oughterard. Phase one - the construction of the first natural grass pitch and ground works for the 10 acre site - has commenced and will cost €650,000. In order to raise the estimated total costs of €1.5 million for the full site development, OAFC is hosting a pitchmaker draw on St Patrick’s Day 2009. Prizes include a sporty Mazda 2 car, boat and trailer, €2,000 Marks & Spencer voucher, €1,000 holiday voucher, and laptop. Tickets for the draw are €50 and are available by emailing [email protected] or calling 085-1000 074.
Ireland deserves a dry August — place a bet on your predictions
Following what was for most a fairly dismal Bank Holiday Monday, Boylesports is getting behind the IrelandDeservesSun.ie campaign and are offering odds of 10/1 for the country to have 10 consecutive dry days in August. Ireland to have the hottest day on record before the end of the month is 7/1.