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Los Angeles has long been known as the City of Angels but it is to become a city of dreams for two Mayo athletes tomorrow.
The green and red of Mayo will be flying high in the City of Angels next July as two athletes from the county are to represent Team Ireland at the Special Olympics World Games in Los Angeles.
Athletes and volunteers from Team Connacht during the parade at the opening ceremony of the Special Olympics Ireland Games in Limerick.
Kilkenny’s three Special Olympics athletes returned home this week, bringing with them their entourage of supporters, as well as a new collection of medals and ribbons to show for their efforts.
Team Ireland, sponsored by eircom, boarded a flight for Greece on Monday morning ahead of the 2011 Special Olympics World Summer Games. The games will take place in Athens from tomorrow, Saturday June 25 to Monday July 4.
Three athletes from Kilkenny are among the 126 athletes to represent Ireland at prestigious world level competition
Nine Galway athletes will be heading to Athens next week as part of the Irish team competing in the 2011 Special Olympics World Games, which begin on June 25.
The Special Olympics Gameshosted in Limerick last week have been hailed the best ever after four very successful days of sporting events.
•Club Iomanaíochta & Camogaíochta Bearna/Na Forbacha is having its 11th annual social on Saturday at 8pm in the Connemara Coast Hotel. Tickets are available from Johnny Curran 087-6910905 or Donna Cox 087-6340846. The club will hold its registration of players for 2009 on Sunday February 8 in the Connemara Coast Hotel at 5pm. All underage and adult players are requested to register on the day.