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Mayo fit and ready to go ahead of Yeats challenge

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Diarmuid O'Connor is the only potential doubt for Mayo ahead of their Connacht Senior Football Championship final against Sligo next weekend, but joint Mayo manager Noel Connelly expects the Ballintubber man to get over his fractured wrist in time for the game. Connelly said this week: "Diarmuid O'Connor has a slight hairline fracture on his wrist, he's a x-ray during the week, but all the indications are that he's fine and will be fit to play. But he hasn't been playing contact football with us since the Connacht semi-final, and he hasn't played for Ballintubber in either of the club championship games, but we're hoping to have him this weekend. If not, if the doctors say to be better not to chance him for the [training] game on Sunday we won't, but we're still hoping to have him for selection the next weekend."

Time for revenge - Connacht return to Kingsholm with huge prize at stake 

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After a season of learning curves, Connacht now face a critical test in Sunday's Champions Cup first leg qualifier with Gloucester in Kingsholm.

Planet of sound

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Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds - Chasing Yesterday (Sour Mash)

Album reviews: Noel Gallagher and Dr Feelgood

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Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds - Chasing Yesterday (Sour Mash)

ISPCA appeal for information after buzzard shot in Westmeath

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The Irish Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (ISPCA) is appealing for information after a buzzard was found shot and badly injured in Castletown Geoghegan earlier this week.

Discreet braces at Ortho Point

Ortho Point is a specialist orthodontic clinic located at the Dublin end of Mullingar town. All patients at Ortho Point Orthodontic Clinic can avail of discreet braces, which are either fixed (ceramic or lingual) or removable (clear pull-down vacuum formed braces).

The Central Hospital

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“The newly constituted County Hospitals and Dispensary Committee met for the first time on the 25th of February, 1922, in the boardroom of the old gate lodge of the old workhouse to organise the transfer of the Galway Hospital (Infirmary) on Prospect Hill to the workhouse site.” The hospital (which was where the county council buildings are today) had come under the control of the county council the previous year and it wisely decided that it should be closed and the workhouse developed as a central hospital to serve city and county. The Prospect Hill unit was phased out and ultimately closed in December 1924.

Golf fundraiser to aid Crumlin children’s hospital

The local organisers of an annual golf classic, which raises vital funds for Ireland’s largest paediatric hospital and takes place at Galway Golf Club on Friday May 2, are appealing to the public to sponsor events on the day.

Mayo General management meet with public representatives

Charlie Meehan, the general manager of Mayo General Hospital and Tony Canavan, chief operations officer of the West/North West Hospitals Group met with Oireachtas and Regional Health Forum West members from Mayo recently to review developments in 2013 and to outline the priorities for the Group in 2014.

Mayo General Hospital is close to meeting waiting list targets

The board of the West/North West Hospitals Group met in Mayo General Hospital this week. This was the sixth meeting of the board this year and the first visit of the board to Mayo.

 

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