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O’Shea happy with collectors item goal

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The O’Shea house will be bursting with more medals and awards this week after Aidan and Seamus O’Shea picked up another Connacht medal each and Aidan got his hands on the man-of-the match award. Eldest brother Seamus, had to bow out of the action early doors on Sunday after he picked up an injury, but he reckons it’s not too serious. “I gave my groin a bit of a pull after 20 minutes, we’ll see what the medical team say, hopefully it won’t be to bad. I was in a tackle, what ever way I twisted or turned I gave it a bit of a pull, hopefully it will be all right.”

Seamus O’Rourke returns to Roscommon Arts Centre

Seamus O’Rourke brings his new play Indigestion to Roscommon Arts Centre on Friday, July 24 at 8pm.

Seamus O’Rourke takes Indigestion on a tour of Roscommon

The ever-popular playwright and actor Seamus O’Rourke is certainly proving very popular with Roscommon audiences with planned performances of his new play Indigestion at both King House Boyle (July 10) and Roscommon Arts Centre (July 24) as part of his new tour.

Foxford’s Carer of the Year hopes her story helps others

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An inspirational Foxford woman who has spent 19 years providing full-time care to her husband has called for more recognition and support of the work of Ireland’s many tens of thousands of carers.

More award success for Kelly’s

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Multi-award winning Newport company, Kelly’s Butchers, collected another prestigious prize last week - this time at the Connacht final of the Ulster Bank Business Achievers Awards.

‘It’s the culmination of everything I have ever done’

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AN ELDERLY woman, rapidly going senile, lies bedridden, where, to the distress of her daughters, she persists in telling and re-telling a strange story, yet never comes close to finishing it.

Big choices for Horan to make ahead of Sunday

Mayo head into Sunday's Connacht final looking to win four Connacht titles in a row for the first time since 1951.

Moran makes way for Roscommon game

James Horan threw a curve ball with his team selection for Sunday's Connacht semi-final against Roscommon, by omitting his captain Andy Moran from the starting line up. The Ballaghaderren man's omissions from the starting 15 will be the big talking point ahead of the throw in, with Breaffy's Conor O'Shea coming into the starting line-up for his first championship start in a new look Mayo team that will see O'Shea line up alongside his two older brothers Aidan and Seamus. Conor will line out at centre half forward with Burrishoole's Jason Doherty on one side of him and Ballintubber's Diarmuid O'Connor on the other flank. The full forward line will see Alan Freeman return to the focal point of the attack with Kevin McLoughlin and Cillian O'Connor either side of him.

Mayo retailer selected as one on Ireland’s Next Generation Retailers

Sheila Clarke of Ballina has been named as a one to watch among Ireland’s Next Generation Retailers by RGDATA, the voice of independent shops in Ireland.

Foxford woman wins Brí Regional Carer Award

The Brí National Carer Awards took place in the Carlton Hotel, Liffey Valley, Dublin, recently. The awards are to celebrate the extraordinary work that carers around Ireland do on a daily basis. These carers support people who have brain injuries. Celebrities Mary Byrne (X-Factor) and Nuala Carrey (RTE) helped make the night a memorable one.

 

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