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Virtual business at Level One

Level One – the serviced office provider based in the Liosban Industrial Estate and Parkmore in the city – has just launched their new Phone Answering and Virtual Office Service, allowing businesses to project a corporate image and provide an exceptional service whilst working from a home office.

Virtual business at Level One

Level One – the serviced office provider based in the Liosban Industrial Estate and Parkmore in the city – has just launched their new Phone Answering and Virtual Office Service, allowing businesses to project a corporate image and provide an exceptional service whilst working from a home office.

Virtual business at Level One

Level One – the serviced office provider based in the Liosban Industrial Estate and Parkmore in the city – has just launched their new Phone Answering and Virtual Office Service, allowing businesses to project a corporate image and provide an exceptional service whilst working from a home office.

No minor matter for the players on Sunday

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Getting put up at the top table at a press conference can be a daunting and painful enough task for professional sports people, never mind the senior players in Gaelic games, so it must be even more of a shock to the system for a handful of 17 and 18-year-olds to do so. But three of Mayo’s rising stars put their fears behind them last week in Breaffy House and were very much focused on the challenge ahead that is Sunday’s meeting with Monaghan in Croke Park.

From back to front, Higgins is ready for anything

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Keith Higgins had his fair share of ups and downs with Mayo in the eight years he has been on the scene with the senior team, but the move up the field to the half-foward line from corner back was one that took most people by surprise before throw in for the All Ireland quarter final at the start of the month. But it was something that the Ballyhaunis man enjoyed, even if it did not last that long with Tom Cunniffe’s injury forcing him back into the full-back line before the half-time break. “As I said it was a new experience, but the fact the game went so well, it made it easier for the 20 minutes it lasted,” he laughed at last week’s press night.

Printing with confidence at A&T printing

A&T printing can provide the solutions to all your printing needs, with offices in Athenry and Galway they provide a complete service to all their customers.

Dillon is back and hungry for more

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It was a frustrating start to the year for two-time All Star Alan Dillon, he had been sidelined by injury since the All Ireland final last year and his return to action was stop-start until his late inclusion in the starting line up in Pearse Stadium against Galway in May. It was a long hard road to recovery, but he hasn’t looked back since. “It was a rough national league and spring, but since the Galway game, I’ve got a lot of individual and group sessions in along with a couple of club championship games, it’s full steam ahead for the past few weeks.” Dillon, who made his championship debut ten seasons ago back in 2003, has been to three All Ireland senior finals, picked up two All Stars and five Connacht senior medals in his decorated senior career so far, but he is had to slow the pace down this year to ensure he is in top shape. “It’s a injury that you’d have some questions for, it’s just one of those that thankfully I’ve put to bed now. As a guy who is going in fifth gear and 100 miles an hour most of the time, it took a bit of discipline and education by myself to learn how to manage things and I’ve it now under control. It was a groin problem, it’s common enough amongst a lot of footballers, it’s about managing it. Recovery is a big thing it’s about ensuring that you do your rehab as best you can after sessions.”

Laptops, tablets, ink refills and more at Ink4Europe

Ink4Europe on Castlebar’s Chapel Street is your one-stop-shop for all things computer including an excellent range of laptops and tablets at competitive prices.

Laptops, tablets, ink refills and more at Ink4Europe

Ink4Europe on Castlebar’s Chapel Street is your one-stop-shop for all things computer including an excellent range of laptops and tablets at competitive prices.

Connacht hopeful of Parks making his first start

Connacht are still waiting final fitness testing on new signing Dan Parks ahead of tomorrow evening’s first interprovincial fixture of the season.

 

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