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New initiative for women to play Gaelic football in Athlone

Ladies! Do you want to get fit? Do you want to have fun and learn some new skills? Would you like to be in with a chance to play in Croke Park next year? And do you want to get all this for free?

Green light for new Cusack Park could be secured before Christmas

Architects contracted by the county board to design the new €3.5m main stand at Cusack Park confirmed they could be applying for planning permission before this year’s county championship is completed.

Enda Tannion - Unsung hero and St Thomas to the core

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Any club team that wins an All-Ireland senior title has a few leaders who come to the fore when their team's need is greatest.

Public meeting on Croke Park 2 to be held at NUIG tonight

A public meeting which will see four trade unions urging a no vote to the Croke Park 2 deal will be held at the IT buildling at NUIG tonight.

Mayo team get ball rolling for supported employment in Croke Park

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A contingent of Mayo people were pitch side in Croke Park a little earlier than usual this year— with ministerial approval.

Brothers of Charity forced to pay thousands in increments despite looming cuts

The Brothers of Charity Services in Galway will be forced to pay €380,000 in salary increments to staff next year despite facing devastating funding cuts of more than €2 million.

Westlife live via satellite @ The Eye

THE EYE Cinema in Wellpark will be screening Westlife’s final concert, live via satellite, from Croke Park, this Saturday at 8.30pm.

Croke Park businesses to boost clubs

Croke Park Conference Centre and The Croke Park Hotel have joined forces to launch an innovative new programme to generate funds for local GAA clubs in Kilkenny.

Ladies’ football going strong in Kilkenny

Followers of ladies’ gaelic games have been treated to a feast of football in recent weeks, with three high quality All-Ireland finals played at Croke Park and a double header replay next Sunday at GAA headquarters.

The Willoughby Brothers are coming to Castlebar

Richie, Des, Sammy, Robbie, Johnny and Jerome hail from Coolboy in Wicklow. Six brothers, with just over a decade between the eldest and youngest, singing in harmony is what makes this act all the more special. They will take to the stage in the Royal Theatre on October 1 at 8pm. Their passion for singing and performing, combined with a genuine closeness, stems from a childhood filled with music and singing, a love they carried with them through the years into adulthood.

 

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