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Three young men who hid from gardaí in private gardens at Hillview, Mullingar have apologised for their drink-fuelled behaviour.
It has been a strange season in the Airtricity League first division and SD Galway's Friday night derby success over cross-town rivals Mervue United gives them a fighting chance of avoiding a bottom-place finish.
SD Galway face another tricky Friday evening with first division title favourites Limerick FC the visitors to Deacy Park tomorrow.
Last weekend's local derby failed to provide a winner, but SD Galway will still be hopeful of registering their first win of the season when Athlone Town visit Deacy Park tomorrow night.
Mayo duo Dessie Keegan and Joe McCann made a somewhat disappointing exit from the All-Ireland senior doubles championship as they lost out to Wexford duo Barry Goff and Colin Keeling in three games at Thurles on Saturday evening. There were hopes that the pair would at least threaten for a place in the last four of the doubles championship, and they started with great intent. This was rewarded with a fine 21 aces to 13 win in the opener that set them up nicely for victory. However matters took a turn for the worse after that initial good showing and Keegan, who had been unwell during the week, was unable to maintain the intensity of the first game and the duo paid the price, losing this second game heavily, 21 aces to 5.
Senior club specialists Ballaghaderreen took a major set in the defence of their senior softball club title when they narrowly defeated top Leinster side, Kells, in the semi-final on Monday night last at Mullingar. Kells were the only side to beat the Mayo club side in the past three years and they included Carl Browne in top class line out while Ballaghaderreen stuck with their tried and tested foursome.