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Dunne's dad - a Connacht man 

Ireland's attention was grabbed by Greystones' amateur golfer Paul Dunne who hit the headlines this week at the British Open.

Memorial seat to the Blaine brothers unveiled in Castlebar

A memorial seat in honour of two local men was unveiled last Thursday on Linenhall Street, Castlebar. The seat was erected opposite the home of Jack and Tommy Blaine from New Antrim Street, who both died in tragic circumstances in July 2013.

Thank you from Saddle Up For Epilepsy

The organiser of the recent Saddle Up For Epilepsy Cycle, Brenda Quigg from Breaffy, says the event was a huge success and issued a heartfelt thanks to all of those who supported the cycle.

O’Malley scores a home win in first winter league race

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Sunday’s cyclo-cross event at Ballinrobe attracted a large entry drawn from Connacht and further afield but it was local rider Seán O’Malley who emerged victorious after leading for most of the 10-lap race.

O’Malley scores a home win in first winter league race

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Sunday’s cyclo-cross event at Ballinrobe attracted a large entry drawn from Connacht and further afield but it was local rider Seán O’Malley who emerged victorious after leading for most of the 10-lap race.

Cyclo-cross returns to Westport House

Thirty-two years ago Westport CC claimed to have organised the first cyclo-cross All Ireland Championships. Like everywhere else in the country cyclo-cross is becoming popular, the stormy weather that has blasted the west coast the past few weeks has made off road biking a little more endearing. The Westport House venue has huge scope for cyclo-cross with adjacent woodland and lush green fields with plenty of hills.

Rockfall kicks off a busy bank holiday weekend

Rockfall fans can expect yet another weekend of great music with the annual musical extravaganza getting underway from this evening and continuing until bank holiday Monday.

 

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