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Alan Murphy's rapidly improving Galway WFC travel to Tolka Park for a demanding WNL encounter against standard bearers Shelbourne on Saturday (5pm).
“It has been absolutely fantastic,” John Caulfield says about the manner in which Annaghdown teenager Alex Murphy has flourished.
Nearly a decade in existence Merlin Woods has made a significant contribution to sport.
Sean Dunleavy CEO of SmallWall from Kilconly, Tuam Co. Galway and Sarah McGinley principal of St. Josephs Special School, Newcastle Galway, have teamed up together to come up with a solution to Inclusion and social distancing once children and staff return to school. “I cried when I saw them, I have been looking for something like this to bring into the schoolyard long before covid19. In a busy playground, it’s important to respect that some children need a safe, quiet and cosy space where they can relax and have time out. Some will use the space to engage in self-regulation and practice their calming techniques if they are finding the playground overwhelming.” said Sarah
A team selection from Mayo’s Boxing Development Unit clashed with their Donegal counterparts in St Anne’s boxing club Westport. Designed to take our young prospects out of their comfort zone, these inter-county tests produce some extraordinary performances.
Under the guidance of coaches Tony Davis and Lawrence Colhoun the Ardagh/Crossmolina club has become renowned for producing young boxers of high technical calibre. So no surprise when last Friday evening, the north Mayo faithful packed the Lahardane community centre to enjoy the finest boxing fare. Setting the tone and the pattern, young Cathal Davis laid the night’s foundation with his solid performance.
There were great celebrations in east Mayo on Wednesday afternoon, when St Joseph’s Community School in Charlestown claimed victory in the All Ireland Post Primary Schools Post Primary D championship to bring the Br Edmund Ignatius Rice Cup back to Mayo.