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Four members of Bikram Yoga Athlone recently travelled to Dublin to participate in the second annual Irish Yoga Asana Championship.
The hardworking O'Loughlin Gaels’ under 10 teams won the finals of the county board organised ‘Go Games Leagues’ on Saturday last in Nowlan Park. They beat Freshford in two thrilling games full of skill and lots of enthusiasm.
After a nail-biting two hours St Etchen’s National School in Kinnegad won joint first place in Competition A of the finals of the Credit Union All Ireland Schools Quiz which was held in the RDS on Sunday April 3.
In a court report in the issue, on September 23, entitled “Drugs charges part of largest file ever sent by Garda division, court hears”, stated that one of the defendants Conor Kelly (19) had an address at 30 Rockfield Park, Rahoon.
Two men arrested in connection with a major investigation into organised crime in the Galway West garda division and charged with alleged drug dealing offences have been further remanded on continuing bail to await DPP directions.
Foxford’s James McGreal returned to winning form at Harrington’s Quarry in the third round of the Mayo and District Motorsport Club loose surface autocross. It was the penultimate round of the 2009 championship, when McGreal last won. Since then he has been pipped to the post by Eamon Mimnagh twice and Mark Donnelly once but there was nothing that Mimnagh could do to reel in the Mayo man. McGreal took the event by a convincing two second margin to his nearest rival. That rival was Damian O'Hagan from Omagh in his Mitsubishi Lancer Evo 6. O’Hagan set consistent second fastest times all day, netting him second place overall. Next up was Andrew Mackarel in his older Mitsubishi Evo 5 gaining the last place on the podium by a scant 0.6 of a second from Mimnagh.
A man involved in a hit and run incident over Christmas will have to face the music in public next month after he failed to have his case heard in private on account of the “sensitive” nature of the case.
POETRY MY Arse, an eclectic mix of poetry and satirical song, designed to touch on raw nerves, slaughter sacred cows, and make you laugh, is coming to Galway.
Mayo and District Motorsport Club’s first loose surface autocross event of the year got off to a strong start on Sunday, with some close racing and plenty of action throughout the field.
James McGreal did on Sunday what he has been threatening to do for a while — he took overall victory on a round of Mayo and District Motorsport Club’s Loose Surface Autocross. It marks a significant milestone for the popular Foxford man, a long time competitor and Mayo Motorsport Club stalwart, who counts the 2000 Border Rally Championship title among his many achievements. Only last year he had feared that his days of competing might have been over after sustaining a back injury following an accident on the Galway International Rally.