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The Summer sun shone and there was plenty of good scoring around Mayo last weekend.
Mayo Sports Partnership in association with Mayo County Council is currently inviting applications from community groups for funding to assist with the organisation of a cycling themed event during Bike Week 2019, which will take place from June 22 to 30. The objective of Bike Week is to celebrate cycling in all its forms and to get more people participating in cycling both for transport and recreation.
Castlebar warmed up for this Sunday's Connacht Junior Cup semi-final against Corrib with a big 42-5 win over local rivals Westport in a vital J1A league encounter in Cloondeash.
A wide range of activities have been achieved by Mayo Sports Partnership according to its most recently published 2017 annual report, with key outcomes cited including the following:
With two weeks to go preparations are in full swing for the Ballinrobe #BeActive Festival of Sport Night taking place on Saturday September 29 at the Green in Ballinrobe.
The Mayo branch of Arthritis Ireland is hosting an information evening about ground-breaking arthritis research in Ballina this Thursday.
A group of people mainly from the Ballina area have just completed a 10 week long specialised sports coaching course which it is hoped will provide them with the tools to obtain part time employment.
National Bike Week returns to Mayo this summer from Saturday June 9, to Sunday June 17, where you can enjoy eight days on two wheels celebrating and promoting all that is great about cycling.
Mayo Sports Partnership is pleased to launch details of its upcoming Special Participation Sports Investment Scheme for 2018.
Mayo Sports Partnership and the Healthy Mayo Initiative are hoping to complete a pilot programme which would see school gates across the country become smoking-free zones.