Search Results for 'James Geraghty'

6 results found.

Autojumble in Ballyglass

Ballyglass Heritage Club annual Autojumble and Auction on Sunday March 24 at Malone's Ballyglass from 11am.

Swinford gardaí urge people to get a grip

Gardaí in Swinford are taking a proactive approach to pedestrian safety this coming winter. In doing so, they hope to prevent slips and falls, and the subsequent difficulties which ensue as a result.

Molloy’s Lifestyle Pharmacies launches new vitamin range with benefits

Molloy’s Lifestyle Pharmacies is delighted to launch their new vitamin and supplement range BENEVITS . The new range which is high in quality but low in price enables people to look after their health and wellbeing without having to worry about the financial cost of buying a top quality product.

Molloy’s Lifestyle Pharmacies to take part in Bump and Beyond Expo

Molloy’s Lifestyle Pharmacies and Health Stores will be taking part in the Bump and Beyond Expo which is taking place in the Event Centre at Breaffy Hotel Resort, Castlebar, on Sunday September 4, between noon and 5pm.

SPORTS SHORTS

•A novel scrappage scheme for hurling helmets, supported by Galway star Joe Canning, is due to start nationwide in the near future. The scheme, which will run until February 21, will enable players to scrap any make or model of helmet, with or without a faceguard, and receive a discount on a new MARC IS355 certified helmet. In addition, MARC Sports’ chosen children’s charity, Make-A-Wish®, Ireland; will receive a donation for every helmet that is scrapped.Speaking about the first scrappage scheme run for hurling helmets, director general of the GAA, Paraic Duffy commented “MARC Sports is to be commended for launching this innovative scheme, which will ultimately increase the safety of our playing members. The IS355 approved hurling helmet is an important standard for the use of helmets and we wish MARC Sports every success with this campaign.”

SPORTS SHORTS

•A novel scrappage scheme for hurling helmets, supported by Galway star Joe Canning, is due to start nationwide in the near future. The scheme, which will run until February 21, will enable players to scrap any make or model of helmet, with or without a faceguard, and receive a discount on a new MARC IS355 certified helmet. In addition, MARC Sports’ chosen children’s charity, Make-A-Wish®, Ireland; will receive a donation for every helmet that is scrapped.Speaking about the first scrappage scheme run for hurling helmets, director general of the GAA, Paraic Duffy commented “MARC Sports is to be commended for launching this innovative scheme, which will ultimately increase the safety of our playing members. The IS355 approved hurling helmet is an important standard for the use of helmets and we wish MARC Sports every success with this campaign.”

 

Page generated in 0.0414 seconds.