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The collaborative fruition of eighteen local talented musicians, all with one goal in focus, was unveiled to a vast listening audience on Friday last.
This week three years ago, Robbie Henshaw was one of 11 Irish players to be selected for the 2017 British and Irish Lions squad to tour New Zealand.
In due recognition of their rugby coaching and development contributions, Connacht Rugby made worthy presentations to Buccaneers Rugby Football Club and Marist College, Athlone, at a well attended function in The Bounty in recent times.
The Westmeath Division Garda Youth awards, a night which paid homage to young people who have overcome adversity or challenging circumstances and recognises those who have made a contribution to enhancing their communities, took place in the Annebrook House Hotel, Mullingar, in recent times.
A number of schools in Athlone and the town’s environs, at both primary and secondary level, have been included in a €30million package announced by the Minister for Education and Skills, Joe McHugh TD, which will be afforded specialist improvements as part of the Summer Works Scheme.
A repeat of last year’s Top Oil Connacht Schools Senior A Cup final will kick-off the 2020 edition of the tournament.
His soothing dulcet tones familiar to many, the soulful words of Athlone native, Cathal Murray, grace the national airwaves with popular regularity as he occupies the ‘Late Date’ chair nightly, from Sunday to Thursday, each week.
Athlone’s sporting prowess will be to the fore on the world stage following the landmark inclusion of former Buccaneers players, Robbie Henshaw and Jack Carty in the Ireland rugby squad prior to the start of the World Cup in Japan on Friday, September 20.