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Mayo teams ready for quarter-final action

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After the second round of action in the Connacht Junior Cup last weekend there are four Mayo teams left standing as it reached the quarter-final stage. With one all Mayo tie coming up on Sunday, there is a very realistic chance that three Mayo teams will make the semi-final stage of Connacht’s premier junior rugby cup.

Proust Questionnaire

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What is your idea of perfect happiness?

4 x 4 challenge in aid of cancer charities

Contestants of the 4 x 4 challenge arrived at the Carlton Shearwater, Ballinasloe last week to begin their night navigation course in the area.

Kilkenny will test Galway’s All Ireland credentials

Galway senior camogie players must overcome a resurgent Kilkenny in their own back yard if they are to qualify for a second successive All Ireland final.

Kilkenny steal victory in injury time

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Kilkenny artists collaborate on masterpiece

With the launch of the Paris fashion Salon de Chocolat this month and the Christmas chocolate season drawing upon us, two Kilkenny artists, poet Carmel Cummins and artist Gillian Campden, are heading to Dublin next Thursday October 22 for the press opening of the Chocolate Festival Exhibition to be held at the No Grants Gallery (NGG) Temple Bar Cultural Information Centre.

The crucial match that Loughrea lost

One of the many voices in our kitchen when I was growing up was Michael O’Hehir and the Sunday afternoon game. The GAA (Chumann Lúthchleas Gael) has been blessed with its RTE broadcasters. I don’t think anyone can equal the inimitable Míchéal Ó Muircheartaigh, whose all inclusive broadcasts today are a performance in themselves. I think I am the same as most people to say that I turn down the sound on the TV, and turn up the volume on the radio when Ó Muircheartaigh takes flight.

Shell to Sea protesters jailed

Three Shell to Sea protesters who were involved in a protest in September 2008, while taking part in a vehicle protest throughout the Erris area in support of Maura Harrington’s hunger strike, blocked in and surrounded an unmarked Garda car, were each sentenced to six months in jail after they refused to undertake community service.

 

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