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Snow and ice cannot deter the Mayo faithful

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When I woke last Sunday morning at 6.30am to find an inch of frozen snow covering the entire landscape around Charlestown I immediately thought there was no way I could travel to Killarney in these conditions, but I had to as I had the radio equipment in the boot of my car and without it no live broadcast of the much anticipated game could take place.

Gold for Mark as Ballinahown prepares for homecoming

Ballinahown’s Mark Rohan became a Paralympic gold medalist on Wednesday evening after winning the individual handbike time trial with a time of 35:41:54.

Inquest adjourned into the death of Westmeath footballer

The inquest into the death of a Westmeath minor inter-county footballer, has been adjourned at Mullingar Coroner’s Court.

Lure of States back in vogue

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A friend of mine, who shall remain nameless, arrived at the door last Sunday morning. Looking a little worse for wear after celebrating breaking his own personal best in the increasingly popular triAthlone he declared that while he had never in his life been in America he was in some state last night.

AIT welcomes Special Olympics athletes

By Tríona Doherty

Westmeath footballer awarded scholarship

Westmeath county footballer Kieran Gavin was one of two recipients of a Cadbury Football Scholarship in Dublin College University last week. 

A touch of reality

In 2008 RTE aired the first series of Celebrity Bainisteoir which instantly because a hit. The reality TV show followed eight non-sporting celebrities who took on the challenge of managing an intermediate club football team from their home county in an official GAA competition. Maryland GAA club from Drumraney, Co Westmeath along with their celebrity bainisteoir Mary Whelan were over all winners. The Athlone Advertiser’s DAVID MARTIN was captain of the winning team.

A touch of reality

In 2008 RTE aired the first series of Celebrity Bainisteoir which instantly because a hit. The reality TV show followed eight non-sporting celebrities who took on the challenge of managing an intermediate club football team from their home county in an official GAA competition. Maryland GAA club from Drumraney, Co Westmeath along with their celebrity bainisteoir Mary Whelan were over all winners. The Athlone Advertiser’s DAVID MARTIN was captain of the winning team.

A touch of reality

In 2008 RTE aired the first series of Celebrity Bainisteoir which instantly because a hit. The reality TV show followed eight non-sporting celebrities who took on the challenge of managing an intermediate club football team from their home county in an official GAA competition. Maryland GAA club from Drumraney, Co Westmeath along with their celebrity bainisteoir Mary Whelan were over all winners. The Athlone Advertiser’s DAVID MARTIN was captain of the winning team.

A touch of reality

In 2008 RTE aired the first series of Celebrity Bainisteoir which instantly because a hit. The reality TV show followed eight non-sporting celebrities who took on the challenge of managing an intermediate club football team from their home county in an official GAA competition. Maryland GAA club from Drumraney, Co Westmeath along with their celebrity bainisteoir Mary Whelan were over all winners. The Athlone Advertiser’s DAVID MARTIN was captain of the winning team.

 

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