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Three Mayo sides kick off their seasons in Division 1A of the Connacht junior league this weekend. Last year’s runners up Ballina look to be the pick of the trio of the Mayo sides, with Westport looking who finished third in the league will also be looking to improve on their form which saw them chasing the top two after a poor start. Meanwhile Castlebar are preparing to step back into the top flight of junior rugby in the province after a year in Division 1B.
Popular all over Ireland and the UK thanks to the TV show of the same name, Strictly Come Dancing will come to Breaffy tonight with a strong local feel. Breaffy GAA Club in conjunction with the Mayo Mental Health Association is proud to present Strictly Come Dancing at the Breaffy House Events Area this evening.
Ireland take on Australia in the Rugby World Cup on Saturday September 17 and you can see the match, raise funds for charity, and meet the Connacht squad all at the same time.
Connacht have made an historical breakthrough in Irish rugby with the junior XV claiming their first interprovincial crown.
A confident Connacht have high hopes in this year’s Junior Interprovincial Rugby Championship which opens on Saturday when they host Ulster in Tuam RFC (2.30pm).
A very eventful wedding took place at Castlebar Tennis Club on February 19 where two distinguished tennis players came together to tie the knot.
The results of this year’s Galway City Tidy Towns and Garden Competition have been announced. The overall winner of the Front Garden Competition was Mary Crowe, Ballagh. First prize in the Front Garden - City Council Estate category was awarded to John Connaughton, St. James’ Crescent. The best first time entrant was Eileen Lennon, Renmore. The winners of the Best Window Boxes/Floral Display category were Carolyn Shiels, Oaklands and Bernie Comber, Blakes Lane. Seamus King, St. James’ Crescent won the Best Lawns category.
Connacht kick off their junior interprovincial campaign on Saturday with high expectations when they face Ulster in Virginia at 2.30pm.
Connacht kick-start their Junior Interprovincial Championship with an opening fixture against Ulster at Ballyhaunis on Saturday (2.30pm).