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Cracking bank holiday ahead at The Snug Bar
The Snug Bar can always be relied on to put together a great line-up, and this bank holiday weekend is no exception.
Road at Lough Atalia Bridge to reopen this weekend
The works on the Lough Atalia Bridge will come to an end on Friday night and, barring unforseen circumstances, the road at the bridge will be open by Saturday morning. However the one-way system which is operating inbound along Lough Atalia Road and outbound at College Rd will remain in place for the next three weeks to trial how it will operate after the road reopens.
Put on your running shoes for ALONE
ALONE, the charity that provides support to older people in need, is calling on the women of Ireland to participate in the VHI Women’s Mini Marathon in aid of ALONE. The charity aims to raise money to go towards the provision of vital befriending services for vulnerable older people.
Karma’s Hallowe’en double bill
Karma are running their the Hallowe’en theme over the next two weeks starting this Thursday October 23 with House Karma, Game of Thrones themed night, and fancy dress for college break-up.
Castlebar’s Celebration of Music set to rock the town
Castlebar is set to come alive with the sound of music when 52 acts perform in 24 venues across the town, for the inaugural Celebration of Music festival, over the October Bank Holiday weekend.
Spectacular music line-up at The Snug Bar this bank holiday weekend
Tonight, Friday August 1,The Snug Bar is the perfect place to kick off your bank holiday weekend with Macey South. For those not already familiar with this popular Athlone band, Macey South is a young, energetic three-piece made up of brothers Keith and Liam Flynn and Conor Irwin. Their original mix of traditional Irish music and rock ‘n’ roll never fails to get an audience on their feet. The band’s energy is comparable to The Pogues and Horslips. The instruments range from accordion to electric guitar, with a rasping acoustic guitar and drums driving the melodies on.
Day of double delights for Mayo supporters
As we expected Cork are our opponents for Sunday’s All-Ireland Quarter final which promises to be a great day out for Mayo Fans albeit a long day. The minors take centre stage at 12 noon followed by the seniors at 4pm. I have heard rumblings as to why the Mayo senior game couldn’t be on at 2pm, so Mayo fans wouldn’t have to spend the best part of six hours in Croke Parke. It would have been the correct course of action, imagine someone from Belmullet going to support the minors, leaving at 7am on Sunday morning and probably not getting home until the early hours. I don’t envy them, however beggars can’t be choosers and we should be delighted the minors are getting at least one game at headquarters. Last year the minor quarter final against Westmeath was played on bank holiday Monday in Tullamore, most Mayo fans won’t be present for the start of the minor game anyway as happened in Castlebar for the Connacht Final. I personally can’t wait and will watch every second of every game.
Blackrock tops in ‘7s in the City’
Blackrock College took top honours in the inaugural Smith’s SuperValu ‘7s in the City’ event, a women-only sevens tournament which was hosted by Buccaneers RFC last weekend, supporting Action Breast Cancer. Played on the June bank holiday Saturday, Blackrock won the Michael Moore Car Sales Open contest. Old Belvedere won the Murphys Law Junior league with Carrick-on-Suir capturing the Medussa Hair Studio u18 title after a long day’s rugby played in glorious weather.
Long hopeful of building on progress made
Having shown signs of SSE Airtricity League Premier Division improvement in recent weeks Athlone Town will be hoping to record an FAI Cup victory when arch rivals Longford Town visit Lissywollen this evening (Friday June 6).