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Karl Spain to play The Comedy Club

The biggest hit at the Comedy Tent at this year’s Electric Picnic was Limerick’s Karl Spain. Following that triumphant performance, he plays The Comedy Club at Cuba* on Sunday.

Cream of acting talent arrives for Claregalway Drama Festival

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The finest amateur drama talent in the country will head to Claregalway from tonight (Thursday) March 12 when the Claregalway Drama Festival gets under way at the local Leisure Centre.

World Cup trains from Galway

Iarnród Éireann will run a special train for Saturday’s soccer international between Ireland and Italy.

Mitsubishi all set for a sporty Paris Motor Show

The forthcoming Paris Motor Show will see the unveiling of a string of significant new products from Mitsubishi. There will be three world premieres, starting with the Lancer Sportback - Mitsubishi's distinctive five-door "sports hatch" for the C/D segments.

Winning is all that truly matters in international football

Ultimately football is about accumulating three points. That is precisely what the Republic of Ireland achieved in Croke Park on Wednesday evening.

Goals give Ireland slender advantage

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So at 'half-time' in the Toyota International Rules series, Ireland hold a slender one-point advantage over Australia. Despite the host's stirring late fight back, there was a school of thought that Ireland may have missed a trick by not playing more positively with an extra-man advantage in the closing minutes.

SPORTS SHORTS

• If you are looking for a good night out or would like to buy jerseys belonging to a host of well know stars, Raftery’s of Corofin is the place to be on Saturday night where the local soccer club is holding a Racenight to raise funds for the club. Established in 1980, Corofin United FC has recently purchased land and developed two playing pitches, plus a training pitch at Myles Park in the village. This is the first phase of a five-year plan which also includes the development of a clubhouse and all-weather playing facilities. In addition to the usual races, there will also be an auction, including a signed T-shirt belonging to Pádraig Harrington, and a host of signed jerseys that include soccer greats Eric Cantona and Ronaldo, an Irish soccer jersey signed by a number of the players plus manager Giovanni Trapattoni, a Connacht Rugby jersey, a Galway football jersey, and a Wexford football jersey signed by Mattie Forde.

Could Packie Bonner be our next MEP?

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Italia 90 was easily the worst World Cup in living memory. Excruciatingly dull games, foul play, cantenaccio gone mad, cynical holding out for extra time, and running down the clock for penalties.

Could Packie Bonner be our next MEP?

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Italia 90 was easily the worst World Cup in living memory. Excruciatingly dull games, foul play, cantenaccio gone mad, cynical holding out for extra time, and running down the clock for penalties.

Big Jack opens Aghagower hotel

A big crowd turned up at Aghagower last weekend to witness Jack Charlton open the Westport Country Lodge Hotel. This was a historic moment for Aghagower as one of the greatest Irish legends officially opened the new hotel. As always Jack was very friendly to all the guests and especially to a couple of pupils from Knockrooskey National School who were there for the Mayo Advertiser to get an exclusive with the man himself.

 

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