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St Brendan’s College Belmullet, prevailed over a determined Ramsgrange Community School in a mouth watering battle in Athlone IT on Wednesday afternoon to be crowned UMBRO FAI Schools Senior B Girls All Ireland Champions. The mighty Mayo girls were in fine fashion as an early strike from distance courtesy of Kayleigh Winters deceived Katherine Whelan between the posts to give the Erris girls the lead. Their second was added mid way through the first half as Michelle Doherty nipped in at the near post to convert. The New Ross girls were determined to bring the game to the Belmullet ladies and that they did when Shannon Doyle pulled one back four minutes later. The second half was end to end action as Ramsgrange pressed hard for an equaliser. Mentor Neill Reilly had the Belmullet girls well versed and a sterling performance from their back four kept Ramsgrange at bay
League champions and cup favourites Marist Athlone were comfortable winners over Calasanctius College in yesterday’s Connacht Schools’ Senior Cup quarter-final at Oranmore.
A Kilkennyman is one of five people, including the Minister for Health James Reilly, being sued in connection with an alleged failure to buy their co-owners’ share of a nursing home in County Tipperary.
Artist Bennie Reilly will open her new exhibition entitled ‘Forest Bathing’ at The Gallery, Roscommon Arts Centre this Friday January 28 from 5pm to 7pm.
Cregmore Golf Club: Cregmore celebrated success at the weekend, becoming Cecil Ewing Connacht champions. The team was: Conor Killeen and Philip Gallagher; Conor O'Shea and Mike Kearns, Pat Gavin and David Burke,J ohn McGrath and Brendan Cleary,Eoin Corcoran and Karl Hughes, Mike Greally and Fiachra Murphy, Ciaran O'Donnell and Sean Cloonan, and team captain Mossie Sheehan.
Enda Kenny is due to announce his new front bench next week and Paddy Power are betting that it’s a two horse race to be deputy leader.
GALWAY BASED singer-songwriter Paul O’Reilly is set to release an album with The Hollows’ Greg O’Brien in the Róisín Dubh this weekend.
With Declan Ganley, fairly well known MEPS like Sean Ó Neachtain, Jim Higgins, and Marian Harkin, and journalist Susan O’Keeffe all competing for EU seats in the North West, it’s little wonder this constituency is shaping up to be the most watched of the European contests.