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The first round of the new Super League season is only over and there are plenty more rounds to go, but with a point on the board already Straide and Foxford United are up and running. This Sunday they will host Castlebar Celtic in Green Road in round two and will be welcoming back a couple of old faces when former player Paul Fitzpatrick and Paul Moran return with the Hoops.
NO SPILL BLOOD’s “ferocious dose of synth-laden aggression comes across with all the brutal heft of underground metal and with the clever intellect of post-punk”.
THE PHENOMENON that is Steven Sharpe will be taking over the Róisín Dubh in his guise as band leader, Led Zeppelin tribute singer, and comedy/musical team member on Friday April 24 at 9pm.
The condition of the pathway up Croagh Patrick, and ensuring that it is made safe, was raised again this week at the West Mayo Municipal District’s monthly meeting.
It is said that all political careers end in failure. The great Daniel O’Connell’s final slide into earthly oblivion was heralded by the now familiar sight of journalists descending on his estate at Derrynane, Co Kerry, the year before he died. They had scented a whiff of scandal, and like today, doorstepped him.
Buccaneers suffered a humiliating 32-0 defeat as UL Bohemians retained their Division 1B status following this Ulster Bank League game played at blustery Dubarry Park Athlone, on Saturday. The Limerick side were the better organised outfit from the off, but it took a late salvo of tries to secure the precious bonus point that wiped away their relegation fears. Meanwhile, Buccs were disjointed as their campaign continues to crumble.
Mayo will make the long trek to Celtic Park on Sunday to take on Derry in the fourth round of the National Football League. This will be the third Ulster opposition that Pat Holmes and Noel Connelly’s side have faced on the bounce after their loss to Tyrone in round two, and their win over Monaghan last Sunday.
KRAUTROCK LOVING post-rockers, stripped down punk influenced bands, folk’n’country acts, and everything inbetween, the Citóg nights continues its excellent tradition of showcasing the finest in independent and imaginative Irish music, when it returns to the Róisín Dubh this month on Wednesdays from 9pm.
Mayo captain Keith Higgins was happy to have the two points in the bag after his sides comprehensive win over Monaghan on Sunday, but he was realistic enough to know that the dismissal of two Farney men had a lot to do with the large gap on the scoreboard.