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Mayo Stages brought the best to Ballina

Monaghan’s Niall Maguire and Enda Sherry stormed to an emphatic victory on Sunday’s Hotel Ballina and Kennedy Motors Mayo Stages Rally, finishing just over a minute ahead of their nearest rivals Frank Wray and Kieran McGrath. Wray, finishing in a career best second place, was closely followed by Mayo and District Motorsport Club crew Aaron McHale and Paul McGee.

City autism centre to extend its services

A local organisation is spearheading a project to refurbish an autism centre in the city in a bid to extend its range of services.

Galway group release special song for hurling final

The group Ceol Aniar have just launched their first song which promotes the Galway Senior Hurlers in their bid to bring the Liam McCarthy Cup back to the west.

Missing Blathnaid’s sister says her movements were ‘out of character’

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A fresh appeal was made last night for information relating to the whereabouts of missing Glenamaddy woman Blathnaid Timothy.

Supporters need to show some patience

One week after James Horan’s appointment as Mayo senior manager, I think it is fair to say that his appointment, and that of his back room team, has been warmly received by Mayo supporters. The immediate objection from some quarters might be that he is without senior inter county experience. In the current situation in which we find ourselves, I doubt that the GAA public in Mayo regard inexperience as an insurmountable issue after the summer we have just had. Horan will bring a fresh approach to proceedings, something that is needed right now. The players will trust and respect him. The younger players will remember his terrific talents on the field and will be looking forward to new training methods and a new mantra. I hear that no member of the new management team has travelled with the footballers to New York for this Sunday’s FBD final. I think that is a smart move. This weekend’s match in the Big Apple can best be described as a fun game with nothing of any significance at stake. A number of players playing out there this weekend will not be part of the new squad, and with a type of party atmosphere circulating about the place, it is best that a new manager meets his panel of players in a different environment.

Finbar Hoban presents Delorentos live at Bar Ritz

Get ready for one of the biggest shows in Castlebar this summer as Dublin-four-piece Delorentos are about to hit Castlebar for an intimate show at Bar Ritz. Tomorrow night (Saturday, August 14) as part of the Finbar Hoban Presents... series Delorentos will take to the stage in Bar Ritz. With support slots to the likes of the Dave Matthews Band, The Coral, and The Arctic Monkeys under their belts, you will not want to miss this very exclusive show.

Finbar Hoban presents Delorentos live at Bar Ritz

Get ready for one of the biggest shows in Castlebar this summer as Dublin-four-piece Delorentos are about to hit Castlebar for an intimate show at Bar Ritz. Tomorrow night (Saturday, August 14) as part of the Finbar Hoban Presents... series Delorentos will take to the stage in Bar Ritz. With support slots to the likes of the Dave Matthews Band, The Coral, and The Arctic Monkeys under their belts, you will not want to miss this very exclusive show.

Delorentos confirmed to play Finbar Hoban presents this Summer

The Delorentos have just being confirmed to play Bar Ritz in Castlebar as part of the popular Finbar Hoban Presents series this summer. Dublin-four-piece Delorentos released their debut UK album, You Can Make Sound, on April 5 this year (preceded by the single ‘S.E.C.R.E.T’ in March). They very nearly didn’t make it: Having scored early, chart-topping Irish success, the band suffered the collapse of Pinnacle, hit a creative wall, and saw singer Ronan walk out. The remaining members – school friends who bonded in spite of the disparity of their taste in music - decided to plough on, until Ronan suddenly returned, after a period of reconsideration and reflection. And with that Delorentos were back on track!

‘When the saints go marching in’.....

It is a fact that when few people had a job in Galway the late Christopher (Christy) Dooley of Renmore Park, had many. They were all of an amazing variety. One of them was a factory on the Mervue Industrial estate where he made parts for German railway engines. He had a specialised scrap business in Munster Avenue, the site of the old family forge, where he recycled aeroplane parts and exported them to Spain.

Court Side

Last Friday night, the weekly American tournament took place in the tennis club in Archersfield, under the watchful eye of Brian Doyle. 22 players took to the courts in a competitive evening’s tennis.

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