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Our most recent WIN Session presented facilitator – James Martin, a personal development specialist and digital business mentor. At this WIN workshop James provided a great insight into coaching and the wonderful career opportunities that flow from it. As an international trainer with Anthony Robbins (global personal and business growth expert) James has been immeresed in the coaching and training business for the past fourteen years. Through his company TeamLife Training he has trained hundreds of individuals in Ireland in the core foundational coaching skills gaining the nationally recognised FETAC Level 6 certification.
Athenry Golf Club: Oliver Canny(18)/Richard Lyons(18) 42; Fergus McMahon(10)/Jerry O'Sullivan(19) 42; Gross, Conor Waters(3)/Martin Hynes(4) 33; Noel Carrick(13)/Kieran Joyce(10) 41.
Humanity Dick Martin’s daughter, Harriet Letitia, wasn’t the only one to write about her father’s victory at the notorious Galway election of 1826. It was such a blatant hijack of votes, a total fraud, and swindle, that it outraged the investigating committee from the House of Commons some months later. But Martin was desperate. Despite his enormous estates, consisting of 196,540 acres, virtually the entire territory of Connemara stretching westwards from Galway, he was deeply in debt. He was a useless landlord in the sense that his collection of rents was haphazard and irregular. He had a generous heart. He did not press his tenants for money.
It is better to have tried and failed than not to have tried at all. While the footballers of Garrycastle and Tubberclair will be disappointed this week to have fallen short at the final hurdle in Leinster, they can take solace in the fact that they did what very few club players ever get the chance to do - represent their club in a provincial final. In doing so they put Westmeath football back in the spotlight after an eminently forgettable year on the county scene.