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Winning one club All-Ireland title is tough. They are not easy to win. If they were, everyone would do so, which makes Portumna’s quest for an unprecedented three-in-a-row all the more remarkable.
Project Integrate invites all members, potential members, and interested individuals to come along and learn about the group’s purpose and history at the annual general meeting to be held at 7pm Wednesday November 19 at the Newbury Hotel on Dominick Street, Mullingar. The group will also be presenting its new constitution and announcing details of the logo competition.
AIT women’s soccer club are very grateful to Leisure World Athlone for their generous sponsorship of a new kit. The girls recently enjoyed an eventful social evening in the centre.
On May 7 next, St Gerald’s College centenary committee brings the hugely popular Who wants to be a Thousandaire to the Royal Theatre, Castlebar. This show has attracted large audiences all over Ireland over the past seven years and is fast becoming the most popular source of fundraising for schools and clubs. Contestants are drawn from ticket sales and each contestant will play for €1,000. The show is fully computerised with 50/50, ask the audience and a brilliant video linked phone a friend. The questions and four possible answers and displayed on two 8ft x 6ft screens, one at each side of the stage.
Ardnaree boxing club has become an institution in pugilistic circles in Mayo and across the country from humble beginnings in 1949 when 40 young boxers took up the sport for the first time. The club has gone on to write a very long and proud history, claiming 26 national titles, more than 300 Connacht titles and 500 Mayo titles, and producing eight internationals through the more than 1,600 young boxers who have donned gloves in competition for the club. Ardnaree has also had the honour of being the first club in the country to train female boxers back in 1996 when they had 30 girls enter their gym and club secretary Fiona Hennigan became the first female judge in Ireland to pass the European and World exams. She has gone on to represent Ireland at European and world championships. The club has captured national titles in every decade since it was formed the first in 1955 when Noel Coggins became the first man to bring a national title west of the Shannon. This feat was followed right up to this decade when Gerry Casey (twice), Gary Geraghty, and Alex Corduff all brought national titles back to the club.