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Agri-innovators and businesses in Mayo invited to enter Enterprise Ireland’s Innovation Arena Awards
Agri-innovators and entrepreneurs in Mayo are invited to enter Enterprise Ireland’s Innovation Arena Awards 2022, which will return to this year’s National Ploughing Championship event.
The prestigious ceremony for the National Pride of Place Awards will take place in the Gleneagle INEC Arena, Killarney, Kerry on Monday, May 16.
TV audiences at this year’s Rose of Tralee competition will hear about an unusual profession from one of the finalists, as the newly selected Galway Rose is a qualified embalmer who works with her family’s well-known undertaking business.
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We are right in the thick of it now with all the big guns having taken to the field for championship action - apart from Kerry who we will see this Saturday against Cork.
Agri-innovators and entrepreneurs in Westmeath are invited to enter Enterprise Ireland’s Innovation Arena Awards 2022, which will return to this year’s National Ploughing Championship event.
Last Sunday's way below par performance and subsequent defeat by our biggest Connacht rivals - Galway - made it a very bitter pill to swallow for the Mayo faithful who travelled to Hastings Insurance MacHale Park in huge numbers.
There's nothing quite like a Mayo versus Galway championship encounter to whet the appetite for championship football. Rivalries have come and gone in other provinces, the likes of Meath and Dublin in Leinster and Cork and Kerry in Munster are no longer as appealing as they once were because of the dominance and stranglehold that Dublin and Kerry possess within their provinces.
The real stuff starts now. The league is a thing of the past, put away neatly in a box until early next year. it's championship time and while the Easter Eggs may still be lingering around the house ready to be finished off, Sunday is the start of a new main course and there are few tastier ones than Mayo and Galway in the championship.