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That fellow Napoleon has an awful lot to answer for. Not satisfied with conquering the whole of Europe he has left a legacy that divides us from the Continent and indeed from most of the world.
First-time competitors at the Umbro Galway Cup, Dynamo Moscow, were the winners of this year’s elite event.
On the eve of taking up a world prestigious position no one had such a baptism of fire as Lord Michael Killanin in September 1972. He was to succeed the autocratic Avery Brundage as president of the International Olympic Committee, and was regarded as a breath of fresh air.
Fifty teams from nine countries will feature in this year’s Umbro Galway Cup that kicks off at Drom Soccer Park on August 8 for four days.
THIS SUNDAY at 4pm, The Eye Cinema in Wellpark will screen the Bolshoi Ballet’s production of the great romantic Russian ballet, Raymonda, live via satellite from Moscow.
Plans to create more than 200 jobs will soon come to fruition after the go-ahead was given to a US online gaming giant to begin construction work and redevelopment of a site in Rahoon.
THE BOLSHOI Ballet’s production of Tchaikovsky’s The Sleeping Beauty will be transmitted live in HD by satellite from Moscow to Galway.
A large number of members from Mayo AC are getting ready to take on the challenge of the 2011 Dublin Marathon on Monday morning. Almost half of those who are taking part have come into running through the Mayo Fit4Life scheme in Claremorris, Ballinrobe and Castlebar. The women’s senior team consists of Ann McDonnell, Maggie Heneghan, Kathy Connolly, Patricia Gallagher, Paula Prendergast and Yvonne Byrne. The women’s o-40 team is made up of Gwen Daly, Anne Fahy Ronayne, Pauline Joyce, Mary Walsh, Chris Gallagher and Mary Murphy. The senior men’s team is Damien Glacken, Brendan Harrison, Gerry Corley and John Byrne, while the o-50 side consists of Brian Cusack, John Timothy, Jimmy Feeney, Billy Gallagher, Owen Mongan, Chris O’Connell and Tom Hunt.
THE STORY of Oscar Wilde and his extraordinary family is a remarkable one. Oscar’s sensational triumphs and terrible downfall are incredibly moving but his parents, the brilliant Sir William Wilde and the flamboyant Lady Jane Wilde, also led amazing lives and experienced triumph and tragedy.
This years IABA annual boxing awards night was held in the Louis Fitzgerld Hotel Newlands Cross Dublin. Being honoured were the national men’s elite team who won five medals at the European Championships in Moscow.