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Shooting stars around the Mayo’s courses

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Captain’s and President’s prizes take centre stage

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Coroner makes home birth recommendations following still birth of baby boy

The Coroner for South Mayo, John O’Dwyer, made a number of recommendations for home births this week following an inquest into a tragic case where a baby was still born after complications arose during a home birth.

Get Up, Stand Up @ Garvey’s

GET UP, Stand up, the weekly stand up comedy open mic night at Garvey’s Hotel and Bar, Eyre Square, takes place tonight from 9.30pm.

Get Up, Stand Up @ Garvey’s

GET UP, Stand up, the weekly stand up comedy open mic night at Garvey’s Hotel and Bar, Eyre Square, takes place tonight from 9.30pm.

Winter league’s get ready for tee off

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golf results

Galway Golf Club: Men’s 18 holes singles stableford Hampers, Joe Joyce (13) 39;:Dillon Burke (10) 38; Gross Tom Nolan (1) 34; Paul Kerr (11) 38; Niall Lynch (6) 37; Stan Mortimer (14) 36.

golf results

Cregmore Golf Club: Cregmore celebrated success at the weekend, becoming Cecil Ewing Connacht champions. The team was: Conor Killeen and Philip Gallagher; Conor O'Shea and Mike Kearns, Pat Gavin and David Burke,J ohn McGrath and Brendan Cleary,Eoin Corcoran and Karl Hughes, Mike Greally and Fiachra Murphy, Ciaran O'Donnell and Sean Cloonan, and team captain Mossie Sheehan.

Inquest into woman’s death after childbirth adjourned for expert advice

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The inquest into the death of Evelyn Flanagan, Hollyhill, Ballyheane, Castlebar was adjourned on Wednesday evening (September 24) by Coroner for South Mayo, John O’Dwyer, until December 1. The coroner adjourned the inquest after three days following an application by Mr John Jordan, legal representative for the deceased’s husband Mr Padraig Flanagan to retain expert independent evidence from an expert on amniotic fluid embolism (AFE), which, according to the pathologist for Mayo General Hospital Dr Fandel Bennani, was what led to Mrs Flanagan death.

Galway Rowing Club, one hundred years

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Competitive rowing had been taking place on the Corrib for many years when the Ancient Order of Hibernians decided to form a new club in 1910. They got local contractor Walter Flaherty (who had already built the Corrib Club) to build a wooden clubhouse on the site of the present Galway Rowing Club. It was tarred each year up to 1970 in order to preserve the wood, and so it became known as ‘the Blackening Box’. In that year also there was a dispute in Saint Patrick’s Rowing Club and a number of oarsmen left and joined the new club.

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