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After opening less than six months ago, and already having provided the Midlands representatives at the national youth music awards, the YoYo Café continues to blossom with the news this week that it is now available for private hire.
Mullingar’s youth café has landed a major coup this week with the news that the town’s music icon - Niall Breslin - has signed up to give a masterclass in songwriting at the increasingly popular Spoutwell Lane facility.
SEVEN DAYS, the young Irish pop/soul/rock band, which wowed crowds at the New Bands Stage at Oxygen, will play The Dáil Bar on Sunday April 11 at 10pm.
Last weekend was a big day for the GAA. Special Congress made some real and important decisions and, in my opinion, most were of a progressive nature.
Last weekend was a big one for the GAA. Special Congress made some very real and important decisions and in my opinion most of them were of a very progressive nature.
Mayo playwright Benny McDonnell’s popular production about a hurling-mad Kilkenny youth Down Under is back on the road for a nationwide tour and returns to Kilkenny this weekend in time to celebrate the county’s recent All-Ireland triumphs.
Over the past few weeks and right up to the middle of January 2009 county boards and clubs will be holding their AGMs and releasing their accounts for the club delegates and club members to study. Some of the figures that are in the public domain already make for scary bedtime reading for those charged with raising the revenue to keep the wheels greased and turning. For example, the Waterford hurling board spent nearly €2 million in preparing their teams in 2008. The Galway hurlers cost over €1 million to keep on the road last season and they didn’t even reach the last four. How much would it have cost if they got to the final?
Next Friday morning, International Rules will visit our screens for the first time since 2006. Following the violent scenes that marred the second test in Croke Park two years ago, the concept is very much on probation with both camps fully aware that any further flashpoints could spell the end for the hybrid game.
So at 'half-time' in the Toyota International Rules series, Ireland hold a slender one-point advantage over Australia. Despite the host's stirring late fight back, there was a school of thought that Ireland may have missed a trick by not playing more positively with an extra-man advantage in the closing minutes.
The two Midland underage teams will play each other on the grounds of Athlone Institute of Technology to mark the launch of the initiative which is set to see Gaelic Games restored to Argentina.