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Brewster Park in Enniskillen is where all eyes in Castlebar will be focused tomorrow, when both St Gerald’s College, Castlebar, and Davitt College, Castlebar, go looking for a place in All Ireland finals. Gerald’s will face the MacRory Cup champions St Pat’s Maghera in their quest for a place in the Hogan Cup final at 3pm, with Davitt College taking on Holy Trinity, Cookstown, in the Vocational Schools semi-final. Both sides are in for very tough encounters with their Ulster opponents.
On a particularly busy weekend for handball with the first series of all-Ireland adult and juvenile finals, the overall picture was one of great joy for many of Mayo’s contenders although there were some disappointments also.
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After a successful first series and Christmas special, the lazy likeable lads from Castletown are back with another outing of Hardy Bucks. The programme is due to commence on RTÉ One, 10.20pm on Monday November 14.
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When Hardy Bucks won StoryLand, RTÉ's drama competition, last year, the web series became an online phenomenon, with three million hits, and an instant word-of-mouth favourite. Next week, the Hardy Bucks will be moving from the computer screen to the small screen when RTÉ Two broadcast the first of a three part Hardy Bucks series on Tuesday October 12.
Mayo duo Dessie Keegan and Joe McCann made a somewhat disappointing exit from the All-Ireland senior doubles championship as they lost out to Wexford duo Barry Goff and Colin Keeling in three games at Thurles on Saturday evening. There were hopes that the pair would at least threaten for a place in the last four of the doubles championship, and they started with great intent. This was rewarded with a fine 21 aces to 13 win in the opener that set them up nicely for victory. However matters took a turn for the worse after that initial good showing and Keegan, who had been unwell during the week, was unable to maintain the intensity of the first game and the duo paid the price, losing this second game heavily, 21 aces to 5.
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Hardy Bucks is a web-based comedy series gaining notoriety among comedy-hungry You Tube users. It is currently in the final four of RTE’s Storyland competition, having made it through two rounds of voting. The series follows the lives of Eddie and Buzz, two ‘sturdy, reliable fellas’ from the fictional Mayo hamlet of Castletown, as they struggle to hold down a job, while dabbling in various money-making schemes, all the time faced with their own incompetence, and having to contend with their arch-nemesis ‘the Viper’.