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Daybreak Ballina has been named Daybreak Forecourt Store of the Year. The store, which is owned and managed by Eamonn and Rowena Judge, scooped the accolade at Daybreak’s annual Store of the Year awards at Killashee House Hotel held at the end of November. The awards recognise retail excellence across Daybreak outlets nationwide. Located on the Sligo Road, Daybreak Ballina employs 12 people and was one of 15 retailers shortlisted at this year’s awards, beating off stiff competition from stores around Ireland to win the accolade.
The first half of Sunday's All Ireland quarter final between Mayo and Cork, will have long faded into the memory bank by the time the Mayo's meeting with Kerry comes around, but the second half is one that the fat will be chewed over a lot in the next 21 days. The first half was a bitty and often ill tempered affair where Mayo struggled to break down, Cork's blanket defence and the sides went in level at eight points each. Mayo ran down closed off avenues and their foot passing into their full forward line was wasn't sticking as Cork smothered the Mayo attack like jam on a warm slice of bread.
James Horan has made no changes from the team that defeated Galway in the Connacht final for Sunday's All Ireland quarter-final against Cork.
With seven or eight minutes to go last Saturday evening in Croke Park, the Galway footballers looked like they were going to ride out their luck and sneak a sensational win over Cork in Round four of the qualifiers.
A good few of the Galway football community will head up the motorway to Croke Park this Saturday to support the county senior footballers when, for the first time since 2008, Alan Mulholland's team face Cork at 5pm.
The general consensus in Pearse Stadium on Sunday afternoon was that the Galway seniors were improving and things were starting to look up a bit.