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Big fitness and health expo for Castlebar

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Fitness professionals from all over Mayo are gathering for a weekend of fitness, sport, and advice in all disciplines in Breaffy Sports Arena this April 24, 25, and 26.

Get some fitness tips from Sonia O’Sullivan at Mayo sports expo

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Fitness professionals and enthusiasts from all over Mayo are gathering for a major fitness expo this April in Breaffy Sports Arena, which is to feature a workshop with one of Ireland’s greatest sportspeople of all time - Sonia O’Sullivan.

Saddle Up for Epilepsy launched

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Irish cycling hero Sean Kelly was on hand this week to launch the Saddle Up for Epilepsy Cycle in Breaffy House. The charity cycle will take place on Saturday February 14 departing from the Breaffy Sports Arena and it offers three different lengths of cycle routes — 40km, 80km, and 120km.

Elite field to compete for One Wall honours

More than 400 players are fine-tuning their preparations for this weekend’s GAA Handball One-Wall Nationals at Breaffy House, Castlebar. Three time champion Charlie Shanks returns as top seed in the EDTL Handball Men’s Open having missed the last few tournaments due to his hiatus in New York, while Robbie McCarthy returns after missing last year’s event. McCarthy will replace four time World 40x20 Champion Paul Brady in the men’s open draw after the Cavan man had to withdraw through injury. But McCarthy is a classy replacement and is on the verge of making history. A three time champion himself, Mullingar’s McCarthy will bid to be the first man to hold the All-Ireland Senior 40x20 Title, All-Ireland Senior 60x30 Title, and Irish Men’s Open One-Wall Nationals Title all at the same time, which would be a truly remarkable achievement.

Tug-of-war fans descend on Breaffy

Up to 1,000 tug-of-war competitors and their fans are in Breaffy Sports Arena this weekend for the world indoor championships.

County finals fail to live up to expectation

It was predicted that the sun would be high in the sky last Sunday and so it proved. It was a glorious autumnal day for county finals and a magnificent crowd turned up at McHale Park to see what would hopefully be two action-packed encounters. However, and not for the first time, the fare on offer did not live up to the billing. I was sitting back in glorious sunshine for the County junior final in good time. What struck me immediately on entering the stadium was the fantastic crowd that turned out for the games.


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