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Knockmore to host fifth annual Vincy James tournament

he Knockmore Boxing club will stage the fifth Annual Vincy James Memorial tournament in the Foxford Sports and Leisure Centre on the Sunday afternoon of January 27. This is the club’s fifth anniversary and there are plans for a major event to mark the occasion. Sixteen contests will be on the main programme with 10 underage boxers prior to the main event, getting their chance to perform in front of the home crowd, some of them for the very first time. The Knockmore club is seeking sponsorship from businesses/clubs/organisations or individuals for the 16 contests and would be extremely grateful for any assistance in staging the tournament. Sponsors will have the opportunity to present the trophies to the boxers after each bout on the day. Past winners of the Vincy James cup are James Langan, the Mc Gowan brothers Dara and Tadhg and last year the 2012 National Champion Eric Nash.

Breaffy GAA

25 card game singles continues on Tuesday and every Tuesday at 8.45pm sharp in Breaffy GAA Centre. Cash prizes to be won.

Breaffy Bord Na nÓg

Breaffy Bord Na nÓg are hosting a 25 card game singles on Tuesday at 8.45pm sharp in Breaffy GAA Centre.

Breaffy Bord Na nÓg

Breaffy Bord Na nÓg will host a 25 card game singles game on Monday November 12, at 8.30pm sharp in Breaffy GAA Centre.

The Breaffy Blast Festival

This year’s festival will take place on August 24, 25 and 26.

Victor’s Dung comes to Breaffy

Following their highly successful showing of the GAA related drama, The Pitch in Breaffy GAA Centre last January, Moth Productions return to Breaffy on Friday March 23 with their hilarious comedy Victor’s Dung.

Breaffy GAA registration

Breaffy GAA and Breaffy Ladies GAA club will hold a joint registration evening on Saturday February 4 from 5.30pm to 8pm, for all age groups, at the Breaffy GAA Centre.

Minister Ring to address Club Development Seminar in Breaffy

As part of its spring 2012 programme of events Mayo Sports Partnership is to host a club development seminar for sports clubs/groups on Monday February 6 from 7pm to 10pm in the Breaffy GAA Centre, Castlebar. Keynote speaker on the evening will be Minister of State for Sport and Tourism Dep Michael Ring who will be joined on the night by local experts giving presentations on a number of pertinent topics including child protection in sport, generating income through better use of facilities, social media for beginner clubs, committee structures/roles, and volunteer recruitment strategies. Indeed as part of the proceedings Minister Ring will also locally launch the new Get Ireland Active website which is a one stop shop for physical activity in the country.

Swinford gardaí urge people to get a grip

Gardaí in Swinford are taking a proactive approach to pedestrian safety this coming winter. In doing so, they hope to prevent slips and falls, and the subsequent difficulties which ensue as a result.

Mayo athletes running well

Ballina scoops double gold at indoor master championships

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