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It is high time there was more provision and resources for women sea anglers, and the Connaught Council of the Irish Federation of Sea Anglers is stepping up to the mark. Its hope is to encourage female Connacht sea-anglers to compete for their province at the All-Ireland Ladies Inter-provincial Shore Angling Championships by providing support and guidance for female sea-anglers in the west.
A clean-up morning takes place in Mullingar this Saturday August 6 from 10am til noon, and all are welcome to come along and take part in making their town a better place to live and work.
Mullingar Tidy Town Committee submitted the town’s application for the national Tidy Towns competition this week. Pictured are Michael Donnellan, Marguerite Buckley and Brian Reidy (all Mullingar Tidy Towns committee) finalising the application form.
There is disappointment in Mullingar at the latest Irish Businesses Against Litter (IBAL) rankings, which branded the town ‘moderately littered’ and was strongly critical of littering in the vicinity of the canal.
Over 100 players took part in the recent junior open week. Players were drawn from many other clubs including Carlow, Naas, Waterford, Tramore, Wexford and Castleknock.
Last Friday night, the weekly American tournament took place in the tennis club in Archersfield, under the watchful eye of Brian Doyle. 22 players took to the courts in a competitive evening’s tennis.