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It’s the Real McCoy is a brand new three-act Irish comedy that has been packing in huge audiences around both the west of Ireland and the United States since its first staging in early January 2012. Presented at the Mullingar Arts Centre in aid of the Diabetes Day Clinic at Mullingar Hospital, this production will have you rolling in the aisles with laughter from start to finish.
Bearna Golf Club: Captain Martin O'Neill's Prize, Einne Curran (16) 57; John Darby (15) 57; Gross Colm Feeney (0) 51; Neil McNeill (8) 54; John Collins (12) 53; Gerry Walsh (14) 51; 2nd gross John Hyland (9) 34; Sean O'Grady (13) 50; Past capt, Richard Hughes (11) 48; Senior, Vincent Ginty (22) 44; Stag, Dominic Burke (20) 29; Front 9, Joseph Daly (16) 20; Back 9, Tommy Flynn (10) 20; Pin, Mark O'Leary; Drive, Fergal Manning; Visitor, Michael Walsh (13) 31.
•Athenry Golf Club: Captain’s Prize, Norman Farrell (6) 97; Michael Crimmins Jnr (13) 99.5; Gross Padraig McInerney (5) 113; Brendan Byrnes (16) 102; Mattie Duane (19) 102.5; Sean Flannery (16) 103. Sunday, Declan Costello (17) 41; Tom Sweeney (18) 41; Gross Blaine Niland (5) 30; Tom Hanley (21) 37; Gerry Doherty (16) 37; Joe Broder (13) 37. Ladies’ 18 hole stableford, Josephine Noone (11) 37; Laura Moran (33) 37; Gross Marie Carr (7) 29; Maureen Lawless (24) 36; Margaret Seery (31) 35; Valerie Greaney (33) 35. •Bearna Golf Club, voted Connacht’s most improved course, is now offering a unique half year membership from July 1 to December 31. For more information contact 091 592677 or email [email protected]
Galway reached the All-Ireland football final for the first time in 1919, when they were beaten by Kildare by 2 – 5 to 0 – 1. In 1922 they were beaten by Dublin by 6 points to 4. In 1925 they won it for the first time, beating Cavan by 3 – 2 to 1 - 2. In 1928, the Sam Maguire Trophy was presented to the GAA, and ever since, it has been the dream of every county in Ireland to hold it aloft in Croke Park on the third Sunday in September.
Portumna Golf Club: It was a story of the three Marys from Portumna as the minor ladies won the All-Ireland at Donabate Golf Club. Portumna were unstoppable in the final with Mary McDonagh leading the way by scoring a 4&3 win in the first match. Mary McElroy followed with an impressive 7&5 win before Mary Kelly brought the title west thanks to a 5&4 win in the penultimate game.
Cregmore Golf Club: Cregmore celebrated success at the weekend, becoming Cecil Ewing Connacht champions. The team was: Conor Killeen and Philip Gallagher; Conor O'Shea and Mike Kearns, Pat Gavin and David Burke,J ohn McGrath and Brendan Cleary,Eoin Corcoran and Karl Hughes, Mike Greally and Fiachra Murphy, Ciaran O'Donnell and Sean Cloonan, and team captain Mossie Sheehan.
A 22-year-old Czech national was remanded in custody at a special court sitting in Galway on Tuesday afternoon in connection with the discovery of a woman’s body near Inverin, Connemara, in the early hours of Monday morning last.
DETAILS OF this year’s Tulca Visual Arts Festival were unveiled at a reception in the House Hotel last Friday.
An exhibition of selected works from the collection of Limerick City Gallery of Art opens on Saturday November 8 at Roscommon Arts Centre. The exhibition which can be viewed during box office opening hours continues until December 13.
Everyone can appreciate good art that blends, that flows, that parallels in subject and form and matter. But what happens when you put on a show with none of that? A show that is deliberately random? Well, then you get Shuffle, the brilliant exhibition on now at No 1 Merchants Road.