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Castlebar go down in Mayo cup final

Castlebar played Ballyhaunis in the final of the Mayo Cup in Cloondeash last weekend. This competition is confined to Mayo Junior sides. The conditions during this match were mild, wet and overcast with a westerly breeze to contend with. Ballyhaunis arrived intent on having a successful afternoon and worked hard to achieve their aim. Castlebar fielded a mixed team of experience and youth which failed to dent the enthusiastic Ballyhaunis men’s ambition on the day.

Cooking the Wright way

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The aroma of freshly baked scones leads many ‘foodies’ down the cobbled Kirwan’s Lane to Kate Wright’s Cobblestone Café. Still others wander down the mediaeval lane to give Kate’s most faithful café companion a friendly pat on the head. Lilly – Kate’s dog, has become synonymous over the past 10 years with Cobblestone, and even features on the café’s website,

Former Squeeze frontman Glenn Tilbrook live in Castlebar

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Glenn Tilbrook, along with Squeeze co-writer Chris Difford, were the very first artists to play MTV's "Unplugged" sessions. So successful was the duo's unplugged show that MTV commissioned an entire series of unplugged shows which featured many legendary artists.

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Christy sells out two Kilkenny gigs

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Christy Moore is returning to Kilkenny this weekend for two sold out gigs at Hotel Kilkenny tonight and tomorrow night.

London calling to the faraway towns

 “London calling to the faraway towns,

Jinx Lennon’s trauma themes and idiot times

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WHEN DUNDALK agit-folk singer David ‘Jinx’ Lennon arrived on the Irish music scene in the 1990s his spoken word diatribes poked at the back of what he called the Septic Tiger.

Attractive challenge match on the borderline as Cats meet Tipp in part three

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This years National Hurling League Final has received mixed reviews. Most people like myself thought it was a cracking contest between two of hurling kingpins, it was also a much needed boost for the code ahead of the championship. However, there seems to be a minority out there who think the game was too physical. Okay, a couple of tackles shouldn't have happened but these have been dealt with since. Eddie Brennan and Hugh Maloney received a months suspension each when the CCCC met last week. Both players will take it on the chin, simply because they wont miss a championship game.

Provincial predictions

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With both club and county championships up and running for the past few weeks, it is an opportune time to cast an eye over the likely winners and losers for the year ahead. Whether you like a small flutter or just a fantasy bet, here are my predictions, for what they’re worth. It’s worth bearing in mind that I’ll probably put the blight on my chosen teams.

A feast of amazing musical talent for Galway Arts Festival

The Festival Big Top is set to join a list of iconic festivals that are hosting great musical talent this summer. Following their enchanting performance at this year’s Glastonbury music festival, American group Bon Iver will bring their haunting melodies from their critically acclaimed album For Emma, Forever Ago, to the Festival Big Top on Thursday, July 23 at 8.30pm. Having shared the ‘Other Stage’, one of Glastonbury’s main stages, with music greats including The Prodigy, Franz Ferdinand and Bloc Party, Bon Iver’s Galway gig will offer the unique opportunity to savour the group’s acclaimed live performance in a unique setting following their sets on the stages of Glastonbury and Lollapalooza. Supporting Bon Iver at their Galway performance is Alela Diane, one of America’s most captivating contemporary singer/songwriters who has also just performed on Glastonbury’s The Park Stage. Following her performance at this years Glastonbury and having already caused a huge stir with her new release To Be Still, Alela Diane’s show with Bon Iver is the most highly anticipated musical performance in Galway this summer.


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