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Looking to start 2020 in a positive way? RTEs Operation Transformation is once again joining forces locally with Mayo Sports Partnership to encourage people to become more physically active in 2020.
Over the August bank Holiday weekend Castlebar Tennis Club hosted their annual Pamex Senior Open.
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There was good news for Castlebar Boxing Club this week, when it was confirmed that they would be getting a new home in the county town. At the February meeting of the Castlebar Municipal District a lease between the boxing club and Mayo County Council was approved for a building located at Lough Lannagh Holiday Village.
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Mayo Sports Partnership and HSE West are calling on all men throughout Mayo who want to get more physically active to join a Men on the Move programme near you this autumn. Men on the Move is an eight week activity programme for men aged 30 plus with the aim to get active, have fun, and meet new people. It involves weekly or twice weekly sessions which are leader led. Training sessions are structured to suit different fitness levels and progress your fitness at a pace to suit you. It will be the best move you will ever make.