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Manchester joins forces with north Mayo for Gathering project

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Manchester's newly formed Manchester-Mayo Tourism and Business group have joined forces with tourism groups in and around Ballina to stage a special festival for the 2013 Gathering project called the 'Mayo-North Gathering'. The proposed festival was launched in Attymass at the Father Peyton Centre yesterday (Thursday). It will be part of the Manchester-Mayo Gathering which will have festival hubs in Ballina and Attymass, but it is hoped that other parishes and surrounding towns will get involved in the initiative which hopes to boost tourism all over the north Mayo area.

Caman Gary — Former Man Utd skipper tries his hand at hurling

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Gary Neville the ex Manchester United captain and England footballer and current leading Sky Sports pundit tried his hand at hurling as part of a stag group at Pure Skill in Galway at the weekend.

The Volkswagen Golf van is back

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Volkswagen has just reintroduced the Golf van to the Irish market, having won the Continental Irish Car Derived Van of the Year 2011 in November 2010.

Tee times for insomniacs this Saturday morning in Westport


Beattie wins vice captains prize in Ballina


Golf am-am for Galway football

The Galway Football Board will hold a golf am-am on Friday July 13 at Bearna Golf club.

Mick Byrne secures local success at the Connacht Seniors Open

With no local golfer in realistic contention for the Connacht Senior Open in Westport last week, it was hoped that Mayo might have some success in the nett category. In a sign of the quality of senior golf in Mayo, both positions on the podium for the nett prize were filled by two well known Mayo golfers.

Christy O’Connor Jnr launches new golf challenge

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Galway’s Christy O’Connor Jnr was back swinging a club at the Galway Bay Golf Resort this week to launch a new golf challenge.

Blazing sunshine packs out courses around Mayo


Company founded by Galway sport scientist signs deal to work with Olympic athletes

A company based in IT Sligo’s Innovation Centre which provides an applied bio marker (Blood and Saliva) testing service for elite athletes around the world, has signed a contract with the Irish Institute of Sport. ORRECO will work with the cream of Ireland’s high performance athletes, including many who are bound for London 2012.


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