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“I’ll be supporting London, which will be strange because normally I’d be backing Mayo.” London GAA PRO Yvonne Morley is steeped in the tradition of Mayo GAA, despite being born and raised in Toronto, Canada. Her parents John and Kathleen Morley are from Knock and Claremorris respectively and will be making the trip to Ruislip on Sunday to support the green and red, while Yvonne will be squarely behind the exiles’ charge to knock Mayo out of the Connacht Championship. “They’re making the trip to the game, my dad is a football fanatic and was massively involved in the GAA in Toronto and we used to make the trip to New York for the game over there when Mayo came over, but I’ll have to be supporting London this time around.”
Ireland is sitting on a potential multi-million euro industry in the renewable energy sector, delegates attending a major worldwide convention in Co Mayo later this month will be told.
NUI Galway men’s basketball and senior rowing teams have jointly won the college’s team of the year award for 2011.
SURVIVING A withering glare from Diego Maradona; partying with French and Spanish football supporters on a train from Hanover to Berlin; and sitting in a Canadian bar, experiencing agony and ecstasy while following the Irish soccer team - it’s all in a day’s work for John Doyle.
OVER THE past few years Galway audiences have become well acquainted with the work of Enda Walsh due to his association with Druid which has yielded riveting plays like The Walworth Farce, New Electric Ballroom, and Penelope.
A CANADIAN Theatre Company is getting ready to make its Irish debut with a production of Enda Walsh’s Bedbound in Galway next month.
THE LATEST instalment of the Lost Chord adventure comes in the form of a new three track EP entitled Canada which is available as a free download.
A SINGER, songwriter, multi-instrumentalist, and a mother of eight, she is Linda Welby and she plays the Town Hall Theatre on Monday February 7 at 8pm.
THE DEADLINE to apply for Indie Week Ireland 2011 is tomorrow and bands accepted for entry can win a partially-paid trip to play Indie Week Canada, Toronto, in October.
THE PIPE, the award-winning Irish documentary on Rossport’s struggle against the economic might of Shell, will be screened in The Eye cinema in Wellpark on Saturday December 4.