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This weekend will be a busy one for the camogie inter-county teams as the seniors, intermediates and minor players are all in action. The Ragg stages a double header on Saturday afternoon as the seniors and intermediates are both away to Tipperary.
Following Kilkenny’s comprehensive victories over both Offaly and Dublin, the matches keep coming thick and fast. However, they certainly do not come tougher than defending All-Ireland senior champions and National League champions Wexford in Wexford Park on Saturday at 5pm.
Former Mayo manager John Maughan ruled himself out of the running for the vacant Mayo senior managers job late on Thursday evening. The Crossmolina native who three times guided Mayo the All Ireland senior final confirmed to the Mayo Advertiser that he would not be going forward to the interview stage of the process, he told the Advertiser that he was very interest in the job, but following a discussion with chairman of the county board on Thursday he decided not to pursue his interest in the position any further.
The main event on the Ladies Gaelic football calendar takes place this weekend with the TG4 senior, intermediate and junior finals in Croke Park on Sunday.
Athlone Institute of Technology (AIT) has been presented with an award by the Minister for Science, Technology and Innovation, Conor Lenihan, for being among the top five knowledge providers (out of 41 on the island) for completion of Enterprise Ireland innovation voucher projects.
A “crazy cycling challenge” has provided much-needed support to a young Galway toddler who suffers from cerebral palsy.
With the World Cup now in full swing next Sunday’s Leinster hurling semi-finals are almost slipping in under the radar. Kilkenny who have not seen competitive action for some time now finally get a chance to strut their stuff.
The battle for the Liam McCarthy gets under way this weekend when neighbours Laois and Carlow meet at O'Moore Park. The GAA's lack of imagination when launching both the football and hurling championships this year was once again very disappointing.
Contestants of the 4 x 4 challenge arrived at the Carlton Shearwater, Ballinasloe last week to begin their night navigation course in the area.