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Mayo go looking to skin the cats

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While they are far better known for their small ball game, the black and amber Cats from Kilkenny are standing in Mayo's way of reaching the All Ireland Junior Football Championship final tomorrow afternoon in Tullamore. Kilkenny who only field a football team at junior level have progressed to this stage of the competition after winning the British junior crown, travelling over and back to Great Britain for all their games this summer so far. In the final of that championship they saw off the challenge of Scotland to book their final four spot.

Celebrating successful business at the MidlandsIreland.ie Best in Business Awards

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The MidlandsIreland.ie Best in Business Awards were held in The Tullamore Court Hotel last Friday.

AIB Leinster Club Junior Hurling Championship

In 2009 Brosna Gaels won the Offaly Intermediate Hurling championship, and they had to battle with the Offaly county board to be recognised as a legitimate GAA club.

News from the Village GAA club

The club's senior hurlers continued their early season preparations with a competitive outing against 2009 Offaly county champions Tullamore in Abbeyleix on Sunday morning. Manager, Niall Rigney and selectors Adrian Finan and Fran Whelan continue to experiment with the team in their efforts to find the right combination of players for the first league/championship fixture of the 2011 season against Tullaroan in late April.

Third year of Midland art masterclasses launched

Westmeath County Council are delighted to announce the third year of the Midlands Masterclasses series in association with Laois, Longford, and Offaly county councils. The series has been developed as a response to the professional needs of visual artists, musical enthusiasts, dancers, writers, and performers right across the Midlands.

Council congrats wing their way to White House

It seems the influence of America’s new president is reaching far and wide, working its way even into the chambers of Westmeath County Council this week.

Almost half of Galway water could be leaking out of the system

Almost half of the water supply for Galway city and county is unaccounted for, according to a report released yesterday.

 

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