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Ladies’ football and Mayo have had their fair share of success over the past number of years at All Ireland level. Tomorrow afternoon at a quarter to two, another Mayo side is looking to add an All Ireland title to Mayo’s roll of honour.
Compántas Lir drama group will warm up for their appearance in next week’s All-Ireland drama finals in Glenamaddy by staging two extra performances of their multi-awardwinning play I Do Not Like Thee, Dr Fell.
Claregalway-based drama group Compántas Lir will prepare for the All-Ireland confined drama finals when they stage a two-night run of their award-winning production of I Do Not Like Thee, Dr Fell, at the Town Hall Theatre, Galway this Friday and Saturday (March 26-27)
The finest amateur drama talent in the country will head to Claregalway from tonight (Thursday) March 11 when the Claregalway Drama Festival gets under way at the local leisure centre.
At 2pm St Michael’s take on Kilconly and at 3.30pm Glenamaddy take on Oughterard with the county u-21 final between Tuam Stars and St James’ also on the billing at 5.30pm.
Last Sunday at Tuam Stadium city side St Michael’s were too strong for pre-match favourites Kilconly and progressed to the county intermediate final on a score-line of 1-11 to 1-07.
This Sunday at Tuam Stadium (4pm) city side St Michael’s take on Glenamaddy in the intermediate championship football final.
St Michael's are back. In a hugely entertaining Claregalway Hotel Galway IFC Final, the city side regained their senior status by virtue of a hard-earned yet thoroughly merited one-point victory over Glenamaddy. After an absence of 18 years, St. Michael's return to the top flight and should they bring the sparkling football they displayed at the business end of this year's championship into next season, they look set for an extended stay there.