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BETWEEN 1983 and 1991 Metallica made some of the greatest metal ever created and that rich entertainment and artistic achievement will be celebrated by Ireland's leading Metallica tribute band Whiplash this weekend.
Monivea's Brendan Kenny has again made kickboxing history for the west, claiming victory at the Irish Open for a second year in a row. Kenny won the -79kg division, a year after securing the Irish Open -84kg division, a first to win in two weight divisions.
Despite leading by a brace of goals on two occasions – including being ahead by 3-1 with less than five minutes of normal time remaining – the senior soccer side from Our Lady’s Secondary School, Belmullet, suffered the heartache of losing last Wednesday afternoon’s epic John Murphy Cup final in extra-time to St Peter’s Community School, Passage West, at the resplendent Mullingar Athletic AFC complex.
Local kickboxer Brendan Kenny (18) from Monivea secured an historic silver medal at the Junior World Kickboxing Championships in Italy.
METALLICA TRIBUTE band Whiplash, named after the debut single from the LA’s band debut album Kill ‘Em All, play Kelly’s, Bridge Street, this Saturday.
Monivea kickboxer Brendan Kenny claimed gold at the Irish Open tournament held in Dublin at the weekend.
The student unions for Galway Mayo Institute of Technology and NUI Galway have joined together today to protest against attempts by the Government to increase student fees.
The Mayo League last week announced the appointment of Claremorris manager Michael Hutton as the new manager of the Mayo League team for its upcoming Oscar Traynor campaign. Joining Hutton’s backroom team is Paul Ginty who will take on the role of fitness coach/trainer and Paul Byrne who will be one of the coaches. Tommy Rumley will be the kit manager with Padraig McHale the team liaison officer. Mayo have been drawn in a three team group including the Roscommon League and the Sligo Leitrim League.
Ballina Town manager Alan Gough always had a difficult task this season, taking over from Brendan Kenny who had just taken the side to back to back Super League titles. But Gough has managed to steer his side, which is in a transition period, to second place in the table - within striking distance of Castlebar Celtic, with half of the season left. Last weekend Gough faced a tough task in bringing his side to Swinford, the team he guided to safety last season in a year when four teams were relegated.
It’s all about to kick off across the soccer pitches of the county for another long and winding season. On Saturday evening the action will kick off in the Premier A, Premier B, League One and League Two of the Mayo League at 6pm. On Sunday the big boys will get to grips with each other in the Super League along with the basement boys in League 3. This year the action in Mayo is spread across six different divisions with eight sides in each of the top five divisions and ten in the bottom tier. The league will be operating a two-up and two-down system of promotion and relegation across all divisions and come September 4 it should all be over for all the sides in the county. With only 14 games to be played in any of the top five divisions, a couple of losses could rule any side out of contention early doors and leave the battling it out at the bottom of the table.