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Galway Simon fundraising variety concert

MORE THAN 20 performers, from comedians to guitar soloists, will take to the stage of The Quays for the LiveMicsWorld variety show on April 10 at 8pm.

Killererin prevail in replay

Killererin is an amazing football club. With a very small pick of players and an overdependence on a few key men, they are only behind Corofin in the number of county senior titles won in the past decade.

Mícheál Breathnach’s and Killererin in championship stalemate

Killererin will face Mícheál Breathnach’s in a quarter-final championship replay next Saturday in Pearse Stadium (6.15pm) and the 2010 county final winners are fortunate to have another crack at reaching the last four.

Corofin advance with ease against disappointing Tuam

Corofin got their county championship defence off to a winning start last Saturday evening when they defeated Tuam on a score-line of 0-14 to 1-6 at Tuam Stadium.

Three in a row All-Ireland win for Colaiste Mhuire, Mullingar

For the third year in a row a team for Colaiste Mhuire, Mulligar won an all-Ireland title at the Irish Schools’ Cross Country Championships held in St Mary’s College, Galway last weekend.

Mountbellew edge average Killererin

Mountbellew 0-10

No time to stop for Straide and Foxford

When the Super League kicked off a few weeks ago, Straide and Foxford were still playing out the last throws of their season from last year in the Connacht Cup. Once that dream died there was no rest for the Green Road side, who went straight into league action and they have kept up their good winter form. Wins over Ballyheane last weekend, Castlebar Celtic and a draw with Fahy Rovers see them sitting on seven points from four games in fourth place. Their solitary defeat so far came at the hands of Ballina Town the defending champions, and even then the result on that day didn’t justify the performance, according to Straide and Foxford manager, Aidan Flatley. “The Ballina game was a disappointment, they’re a good side but the scoreline didn’t really reflect the game as a whole.” Also coming out of that game Straide and Foxford lost two players to injury which could start to mount up over the league season as players feel the effects of the long winter cup campaign. “We lost Paul Fitzpatrick with a broken wrist in that game which could have him out from six to eight weeks and Shane Hughes picked up a shoulder injury. We’ll be hoping that the lads are able to keep fit over the season as we haven’t had a break really since the end of the Connacht Cup.”

The future is orange in Celtic Park

Castlebar Celtic 0

Football championship quarter-finals down for decision this weekend



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