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The Lonesome West opens on Sunday

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Athlone Little Theatre’s latest play The Lonesome West opens this Sunday February 24 and runs until Saturday March 2 next.

Gerald’s make the grade in quarter final

St Gerald’s College, Castlebar, qualified for the Connacht Colleges SFC semi-final following an impressive win over their Ballina rivals, St Muredach’s, at the Connacht Centre of Excellence, Bekan on Wednesday.

Galway face Sligo IT on Sunday in FBD league

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The Galway senior footballers will have their second competitive game of the season this Sunday when they face Sligo IT in round two of the FBD league in Tuam Stadium (2pm).

Brighten up your garden with Coleman’s

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Tuam-based Coleman’s Carpentry and Roofing has a wide range of products to give your home a fresh summer look. There are window boxes, three-tier flower displays, bench seats and tables, clothes lines, decking, and garden furniture available.

Galway should progress but only after a battle

Two years ago in Markievicz Park - the last time the sides met in championship - Sligo won by 1-14 to 0-16. It was a replay and it had taken a super goal by Eoin Concannon (St James) in Pearse Stadium to even give Galway a second day out.

Free iPad up for grabs during Mayo Healthy Living Month

Transition year and fifth year students in Mayo are in with a chance to win some top prizes in a school essay competition launched by the local heart and stroke charity Croí and Mayo PCCC, HSE West, as part of ‘Mayo Healthy Living Month’.

County champs Killererin eke out late victory

There were 10 championship games in the county football championship last weekend with all 20 senior clubs in action. Unusually with that many games down for decision, there were no draws and the winning teams now advance to round three.

That strange English passion for Ireland

In the early years of the 20th century the Irish language increasingly was associated with poverty and backwardness. In the national school system, which was established in 1831, children had been beaten with what became known as a ‘tally stick’ if they were caught speaking Irish. Apparently every time a child was heard speaking Irish, a notch was cut on the stick, and the poor child received the same number of blows.

Blas Mhaigh Eo

Ceoláras Coleman in Gurteen in south Sligo is the place to be on Saturday November 20, when Mayo’s premier musicians, singers and dancers take to the stage in a celebration of all that is best in music, song and dance in Mayo.

New life, new you with Lifeslim

Lifeslim, the first Irish weight-loss programme with guaranteed results, is now available in your local pharmacy. Conceived in 2008, Lifeslim focuses not only on weight loss but the importance of long-term weight maintenance.

 

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