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Connacht Rugby coach Pat Lam wants all fans to flock to the Sportsground this evening to help his side overcome visitors Cardiff in their fifth Guinness Pro 12 fixture. Having lost their unbeaten record to Glasgow last weekend, Connacht now face a Cardiff outfit which they have beaten just once in their last nine fixtures, and Lam says the supporters can help Connacht protect their 100 per cent record at home this season.
Connacht Rugby coach Pat Lam wants all fans to flock to the Sportsground tomorrow (7.35pm) to help his side overcome visitors Cardiff in their fifth Guinness Pro 12 fixture.
Ortho Point is a specialist orthodontic clinic located at the Dublin end of Mullingar town. All patients at Ortho Point Orthodontic Clinic can avail of discreet braces, which are either fixed (ceramic or lingual) or removable (clear pull-down vacuum formed braces).
Wales based fashion retailer Peacocks is opening its new store in Castlebar next Thursday July 3.
Welsh based fashion retailer Peacocks is coming to Mayo. This summer it will be opening a new store in Castlebar along with other towns around the country, and in the process will create 50 jobs.
Connacht complete their 2013/4 season with a difficult visit to Liberty Stadium on Saturday (6.30pm) where they face an Ospreys outfit smarting from its failure to qualify for the semi-finals.
Connacht coach Pat Lam says some current players will be moving on as he continues to finalise his squad for next year.
Connacht return to the Galway Sportsground for the first time in six weeks to face Ireland’s last remaining Heineken Cup team, Munster, on Saturday.
A local singer has been honoured with one of Mullingar Town Council’s last-ever addresses of recognition. A civic function was held on Monday April 7 to honour classical singer Cian Brennan Gavin for his contribution to the arts and his many accomplishments to date.
Derry travelled to Castlebar last Sunday to take on the home side in what was a crucial game for Mayo to see if they would qualify for the playoffs of the National league. I should have smelled a rat earlier in the week when the bookmakers had Mayo at an outrageous 1/16 to beat the Oak Leaf county. This game could have been a cracker but it turned out to be a damp squib. Derry fielded only one of their starting 15 which made us realise from the outset that they did not care about the result, we will only know for sure if Brian McIver got anything out of this game when we see the Derry line up on Sunday.