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It was a massacre at MacHale Park as Mayo crushed Leitrim by 5-20 to 0-11 to qualify for the Connacht final against Galway on July 25, which is now going to take place in Croke Park.
Mayo displaced the challenge of Sligo with ease last Saturday on the road - and with Leitrim now coming up in the Connacht Senior Football Championship semi-final next weekend, the focus of Mayo manger James Horan has been firmly fixed on that game.
Mayo, Sligo and Leitrim Education and Training Board has this week announced the founding of a new Further Education and Training college: Mayo College of Further Education and Training.
In September 1907 Stephen L Gwynn MP set out for a prolonged cycle-walkabout through Connemara. He was a very well known man in the Galway area, which he had represented for more than 12 years at Westminster as a member of the Irish Parliamentary Party. He was, as well, a literary man and a poet, who took genuine pleasure talking with, and meeting people. With fishing rods and knapsack, he set out on his bicycle on what turned out to be an eventful journey, along Cois Fhairrige to Clifden, through the mountains to Killary and Leenane, across Joyce Country to Lough na Fooey, then on to Ballinrobe and Tourmakeady, and home again along the coast road.*
Galway have only themselves to blame for their one-point defeat to rivals Mayo in Sunday’s Connacht Final, according to manager Padraig Joyce, who said that his team were heartbroken, but were just not clinical enough when it mattered.
It is all pretty simple for Mayo - win on Sunday against Tyrone and they will be playing division one football next season; lose and it is division two; draw and then they'll be waiting on results from elsewhere to come in, to see if they can cling on to their division one status.
The Galway Cycle Bus has been invited to join the ChangeX community. The Knocknacarra-based initiative promotes active travel for school children by experienced volunteers, parents and teachers escorting children to school by bike at various ‘pick up’ points in housing estates en route from Cappagh Road to Knocknacarra NS and Gaelscoil Mhic Amhlaigh near Millers Lane.
There were 33 people with confirmed cases of Covid-19 being treated in Mayo University Hospital as of 8pm last night, Tuesday April 28.
A number of Athlone based personnel successfully completed the NISO ‘Introduction to Occupational Health and Safety’ in Athlone Institute of Technology (AIT) and were awarded certification at a presentation held in the Prince of Wales Hotel.
Tomorrow evening, Friday, November 1, sees the launch of the 17th TULCA Festival of Visual Arts at the Festival Gallery in William Street, formerly An Post’s sorting office.