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For their efforts this summer three Mayo players will pick up All Star awards at tonight’s banquet. The ever reliable Keith Higgins picked up his third All Star in a row for his displays this summer after being selected in the corner back position.
Eurospar Belmullet was awarded the ultimate accolade, scooping a Top Of The Tree award at the recent Five Star Awards ceremony.
Awards season is underway and the shortlist is out for the AONTAS STAR Awards.
While the senior footballers of Mayo secured their three in a row of Connacht titles earlier this summer, and anticipate further cause for celebration this month, the four star Hotel Westport is also celebrating with a trio of Primary Times awards, for the top 10 family friendly hotels in Ireland, secured in 2011, 2012 and for 2013 also.
PILGRIM HILL, the new Irish film directed by Gerard Barrett, winner of the Rising Star awards at this year’s IFTA, will be released on DVD in On Demand this week.
PILGRIM HILL, the new Irish film directed by Gerard Barrett, winner of the Rising Star awards at this year’s IFTA, will be shown in The Eye Cinema next month.
Ten Mayo players have been rewarded for their performances in this year’s football championship with nominations for the GAA GPA All Stars. Mayo’s haul of 10 nominations was only two short of All Ireland champions Donegal’s total. Both Alan Dillon and Andy Moran will be looking to pick up their second All Star awards with their nominations for this year. David Clark’s great year in goal has seen him get the nod alongside Dublin’s Stephen Cluxton and Donegal’s Paul Durcan. Both Keith Higgins and Ger Cafferkey were given nominations in the full back line, with Lee Keegan and Colm Boyle in the half back line. Both Aidan O’Shea and Barry Moran are up for one of the midfield berths, with Kevin McLoughlin joining Dillon and Moran in the race for a All Star in the forwards. Cillian O’Connor, who won the young player of the year last year, is nominated again this year for the same award.
Thousands of parents voted Westport House Pirate Adventure Park in Mayo as the Best Family Visitor Attraction in the West, for the second year in a row, in the recent Primary Times Star Awards 2012.
An education initiative which helps adults experiencing mental illness progress onto education and training, and a VEC course which encourages rural men to take part in education and training, have both been shortlisted for an AONTAS STAR Award in the Connacht category.
Kilkenny hurling star Eddie Brennan this week announced his retirement from hurling, after more than a decade of playing at the highest level.