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Colga FC u-13s have advanced to the last 16 of the Troy Cup and can now look forward to another home fixture against the league leaders from Bray, Shamrock Bhoys, later this month.
Early morning July 17 1938, Douglas Corrigan, a young aviator, climbed into a small and rather battered nine-year old Curtiss Robin monoplane, at Brooklyn airfield New York. He was cleared to fly to California. It was a misty overcast morning. Instead of turning east, he headed out over the Atlantic. Twenty-eight hours later, surviving on two chocolate bars, two boxes of fig bars, and a few gallons of water, he landed in Baldonnel airport, Dublin, to everyone’s amazement. He was immediately christened ‘Wrong Way’ Corrigan, and the world press loved him. The New York Post printed its headline back to front to join in the fun. Especially as it emerged that Corrigan’s plane had many modifications made to it, including two large petrol tanks strapped in front of the cockpit, allowing him to only see out sideways. One of the tanks leaked on the way over. He had to slash a hole in the floor to allow the fuel out.
An A-list celebrity line-up will cycle through some of Mayo's most scenic routes ahead of the Help Us to Help Others Cycle Challenge taking place on Saturday September 15. The fun cycle will raise much needed funds for the Mayo Roscommon Hospice.
Davitt College student captains gymnastic team at the World Championships
Castlebar Cycling Club is gearing up for its two day charity sponsored cycle, starting today, Friday September 17, through to tomorrow Saturday September 18, in support of Western Care Association services throughout Mayo.