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Originally from Dublin but now living in Knocnacarra, Niall Mooney will be once again vying to have his composition selected as the Irish entry for this year’s Eurovision Song Contest. He was first struck by euro song fever in 2009 when he penned the Irish entry which was sung by Niamh Kavanagh. He repeated this feat again in 2010, and now he is renewing his fervour for the Eurovision Song Contest with a song entitled ‘Fire’ and sung by Mulingar resident, Zoe Alexis.
Galway will host the 2012 Women’s Rugby Intervarsities, which kick off at NUIG’s Dangan sportsground next Wednesday.
Frances Black, Niamh Kavanagh, Crystal Swing, Trad on the Prom, and Don Stiffe will all perform at the A Night For Manuela fundraising concert in The Salthill Hotel on Saturday October 15.
Surprise, surprise, we didn’t win Eurovision again. The only one who seemed to think we had a chance was Marty Whelan, who kept blabbering on about how unfair the whole thing was to our little country, battling against the odds out on the edge of Europe. Let’s face it, Enda McEvoy has a better chance of getting a free weekend pass from the Cats Laugh Festival organisers than Niamh Kavanagh had of winning the competition.
Ford was the official vehicle provider of the 2010 Eurovision song contest, which took place in Norway last weekend. With a fleet of 40 vehicles Ford was the exclusive transportation provider for the organising team, artists, and celebrities.
Knocknacarra’s Niall Mooney has co-written one of the songs which will be competing to represent Ireland at this year’s Eurovision Song Contest.