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Familiar foes will square off in Páirc Seán Mac Diarmada in Carrick on Shannon on Sunday at 1.30pm, with the Dolores Tyrrell Cup up for grabs. For the second time in as many years, Mayo’s Carnacon will square off against Donaghmoyne from Monaghan for the right to be crowned the best club side in Ireland. The game also sees the meeting of the last two All Ireland champions with Carnacon preceding the Monaghan ladies as the holders of the title, having won their fourth All Ireland senior club title in 2011 with a win over Na Fianna from Dublin. While the Mayo ladies are going for their fifth national title on Sunday, the Monaghan ladies are looking for their fourth, having won the title in 2006 and 2009 to go with their win last year. The side from Farney County also have the upper hand over Carnacon when it comes to final meetings, having beaten the Mayo side twice on the big day, last year and back in 2006 when they claimed their first national senior crown.
The Cappa Ensemble brings its dazzling artistry to the Linenhall Arts Centre in Castlebar for a wonderful classical concert on Monday November 8 at 8pm. Named after the celebrated 17th century Italian violin-maker Gioffredo Cappa, this exciting young chamber ensemble has quickly established itself as a quartet of outstanding artistry, touring extensively in Australasia and Japan as well as throughout the UK. Winner of Music Network’s Young Musicwide competition in 2009, the quartet boasts a line-up of top performers in their own right: Michael McHale (piano); cellist Brian O’Kane; violinist Bartosz Woroch; and violist Adam Newman. An exciting night in prospect, with a programme of music by Mozart, Walton, Schumann and contemporary Irish composer Elaine Agnew. Part of a Music Network tour.
Get ready for a real operatic treat when international tenor Ignacio Jarquin performs Caruso and the Quake at the Linenhall Arts Centre in Castlebar on Wednesday November 3 at 8pm. Caruso and the Quake chronicles legendary Italian tenor Enrico Caruso’s escape from the Great San Francisco Earthquake of 1906, combining beautiful storytelling with live opera from Puccini and Rossini. The morning after Caruso’s sell out performance of Carmen at the San Francisco Opera House in 1906, the San Francisco earthquake struck. Mexican tenor and stage actor Ignacio Jarquin recreates Caruso’s experiences in the ensuing chaos as he attempts to make his way out of the decimated city.
Get ready for a truly memorable theatrical operatic treat when international tenor Ignacio Jarquin performs Caruso and the Quake at the Linenhall Arts Centre in Castlebar on Wednesday November 3 at 8pm.
County Under 18 B Hurling Championship Fri 16 Apr at 7.00
The Supreme Court has reserved judgement in the controversial €2 million Mayo lotto syndicate which was won in 2001.
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A Mayo Lotto syndicate won its Supreme Court appeal to retain its 2001 Lotto winnings among four of its members, not five.