Search Results for 'Ciaran Kelly'
14 results found.
Four well-known local footballers are on their bikes training for Western Lakes CC promotion of the Polkadot cycle Challenge. Pat Kelly and Brian Maloney from Kilmaine, Ciaran Kelly from Sligo Rovers and Padraic Costello from Ballinrobe will challenge each other on the cycle. The hill to the top of the Partry mountains known as Maam Trasna mountain will be the battle ground and the aim is to see which of these gifted footballers/soccer players has retained enough fitness to conquer the stiff climb.
Some 200 people attended the Achieving Success in Sport seminar which was held in Breaffy House Hotel in Castlebar.
Some 200 people attended the Achieving Success in Sport seminar which was held in Breaffy House Hotel in Castlebar last Thursday night.
Mayo’s second Drug and Alcohol Awareness Week, which takes place next week (from November 12 to 16), will see a packed programme of activities and information events rolled out across the county, putting drugs and particularly alcohol under the spotlight. The week will have a special focus on the needs of families affected by substance misuse and the supports that are available to them.
IRISH TRAD-folk duo, Murray & Falkenau, and their band, will play The Crane Bar, Sea Road, this Sunday at 8pm.
ANNA FALKENAU is from Germany and lives in Galway and across Ireland she has won acclaim for her Irish traditional fiddle playing.
These are worrying times for Galway United, who have suffered seven agonising defeats on the trot, and Saturday’s trip up the N17 to face Sligo Rovers will be another significant challenge.
Ballina Town are on the look out for a new manager following the news that Brendan Kenny has decided to step down form the position of manager. Kenny who led Ballina Town to back to back Super League titles stood down this week following Ballina’s elimination from the FAI Junior Cup last weekend. He told the Mayo Advertiser this week that, “It’s been a great four years with the lads, but I think it was time to step away. It’s been all go in the Mayo League because your going all year round and I feel like I have brought them as far as I can. A big thing for me was retaining the Super League title, but I don’t have the energy to give it all the time you need anymore so I’m taking a step back. I’ve been there for four years now and the lads need a new fresh voice to push them on further, and it’s a great opportunity for a manager to come to a side who are the top of the tree in Mayo. The club has come on leaps and bounds over the last few years not just off the pitch, we have the new club house and the astro turf which is a great credit to all those involved and I’m pleased to have been involved in that.”
Global leader in operational endpoint security, Lumension®, is expanding its Galway-based global R&D Centre, it was announced this week.. The company, which established the operation in October 2009 with the intention of employing 30 people in the facility, now expects to employ over 50 people by the end of 2010.
John O'Mahony named his squad for the championship on Monday, there were no major surprises in the 30 men named, with Belmullet's Billy Joe Padden the only man who wasn't involved in action so far this year coming back into contention. O'Mahony now has 33 days to get his team ready for Sligo in the Connacht championship opener.