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Mayo has received an allocation of €320,000 for works on social housing that will see 31 social housing units in the county be renovated and brought up to standard.
There will be a number of registration evenings over the next few weeks for a number of clubs across the county. Castlebar Town will be holding a registration day for new and existing members tomorrow Saturday, February 23, from 1.30pm to 3pm in the clubhouse. While there will also be a meeting for anyone interested in playing for the new Castlebar Town senior women’s team taking place this evening, February 22, at 7.30pm in the clubhouse.
On Thursday evening last Kilmurry u18 girls travelled to Moneen to take on league leaders Castlebar Town. Town unusually started the game slowly letting the Kilmurry girls dictate the early play with the first five minutes played in the Town half, but the Town defence stood firm marshalled by captain Michelle Kelly and Danielle Caldwell with Aoife Brody and Melissa Patterson covering the flanks.
Today, Friday June 29 the Mayo under 16 girls squad will arrive at the University of Limerick to take part in the 2012 Gaynor Cup. The journey began way back in October 2011 when open trails were held and the best talent from around county arrived in Milebush Park to show what they could do. An initial squad of 30 girls were chosen and they competed in games against Clare winning 9–0, Ballina Town u18 girls losing 2–1 and a Connacht selection winning 3-1. After this they headed to Sligo and came out on top 3–1. Then finishing up the preparation was a double-header playing Galway and Sligo winning 2–1 and 2–0 respectively.
Sinn Féin Councillor and chairperson of Smart Travel Castlebar, Thérèse Ruane, has welcomed the news that funding has been secured for the cycle route linking Castlebar to the National Museum of Country Life in Turlough House.
Newport Town FC have moved from strength to strength following their first season back in the Mayo League after a 10 year absence. Last year their hard work fell just short of a promotional spot, a massive feat for such a small club. Eyes are firmly set on the upcoming season with new goals and challenges ahead. As new horizons approach Pat Sweeney has become player manager of the club, balancing leadership both on and off the field. The club is also on the lookout for a full time assistant manager who can work hand in hand with Sweeney to inspire the players to reach their full potential. Interest to join the club is also increasing, both locally and further afield, with the club sending out an open invitation to anyone who may be interested in training with and joining the club. Training takes place at 8pm on the Castlebar Celtic astro pitch every Thursday. All players are welcome.
Republic of Ireland senior coach Sue Ronan has called up Emma Mullen, Castlebar Celtic, to the Irish Women’s Senior Squad to play in the Algarve Cup.
The ground-breaking Team Castlebar 2012 project, which will see 47 young female footballers travel to New York next July to play both Gaelic football and soccer under the Team Castlebar banner, was branded as the way forward for Irish sport by Minister Ring at the launch in St Mary’s Hall, Castlebar, on Friday last.
Defending champions Colga FC have progressed to the last eight in this year’s WFAI U-16 Irish Cup after defeating Castlebar Town 2-0 in Kilcornan on Saturday.
Castlebar Town awards night will take place tomorrow (Saturday) from 7pm.