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The recent Carramore 10k was race number one in the 2010 C & C Cellular Mayo AC League and it may be a long way to the final race in December but last year’s winners Gerry Ryan (Craughwell AC) and Catherine Conway Mayo AC) put down a strong marker for the season to come by taking the maximum 25 league points on offer. Ryan is closely followed by three times league winner John Byrne (Mayo AC) and the ever improving TJ McHugh in third place. In the women’s event twice winner and last year’s runner up Mary Gleeson lies in second place with 2003 winner Angela O’Connor in third. The focus will now turn to league race number two, the Decare Claremorris five mile on Saturday evening June 26 at 6pm.
A number of Mayo AC athletes competed in 26.2 degree of heat last weekend in the Burren Marathon challenge. Organised by Ballyvaughan-Fanore walking club this is the third year this event has been in existence and is growing steadily in numbers with over 1,600 participants this year. The event encompasses a 10k, a half marathon and the great challenge itself the full 26.2 mile marathon.
History will be made in Castlebar on Sunday May 2 and women everywhere are being asked to play, or more precisely, run, jog or walk their part. The first ever west of Ireland Women’s Mini-Marathon is attracting 2,500 participants plus supporters, family, and friends to Mayo’s county town. Indeed the organisers hope that the event will become a firm and much loved fixture on Ireland’s athletics calendar.
To celebrate this feat a victory dinner dance is to take place on Saturday March 27 in the superbly appointed Knockranny House Hotel in Westport.
To celebrate the Mayo Masters’ third All-Ireland title a victory dinner dance is to take place on Saturday March 27 in Knockranny House Hotel, Westport.
Thirty-two older people’s groups in Mayo are among 723 groups nationwide to share an allocation of €350,000 under the eighth Go for Life National Grant Scheme for Sport and Physical Activity for Older People.
During the years of 1981-1984 Westport RFC had its most successful period ever in underage rugby, winning four Connacht titles from u-15 to u-18. Now after a gap of 25 years a reunion of this group and associated mentors is to take place on Saturday April 11 in the Castlecourt Hotel at 8.30pm. So if you were a member of this group of legends and want to find out further details about the event contact: Peter Calvey (087 766 1928); Kevin Cusack (087 723 97298); Charlie Lambert (087 810 9596); or Joe Corcoran (086 600 7527).
For the sixth time in five years the Mayo senior ladies will set out on the road towards league and championship action with a new manager at the helm. Following in the footsteps of Michael Ryder, Frank Browne, and Charlie Lambert in the last few years is Tuam native Kevin Reidy. Even with the upheaval in management over the last two years the Mayo players have managed to pull through and claim two Connacht titles, a national league title, and make it to an All Ireland final. So Reidy knows that he has the talent at his disposal to make a serious challenge for honours this year.
Learn how to boost your well-being and vitality, think positive, get fit, and how to succeed in life, at an evening seminar, in association with Fitnessjunkie.ie, on Wednesday March 11 in The Mill Times Hotel, Westport.
Preparations are well under way for the Westport Festival of Sport fun day, which is to be held in conjunction with the Gaelforce adventure race weekend Sunday August 23 on the South Mall, Westport. The event, co-ordinated by the Mayo Sports Partnership, promises to be full of fun activities such as the family sports challenge (incorporating 12 different sports), water sports, demonstrations, bouncy castle/fun inflatables, walking challenges, street orienteering, inclusive games, and the fourth annual Mayo Team Challenge.