Search Results for 'senior manager'

56 results found.

Banks opens Saturday mortgage shop

image preview

With affordability now back at 1997 levels, first time buyers are in prime position to get on the property ladder. To support customers unable to get to the bank during the week, AIB is opening two branches on Saturdays until the end of March. The branches in Lynch’s Castle and the Tuam Road will open from 11am to 3pm every Saturday until March 28. While the branches will not operate a cash service , the opening will give customers the chance to call into the branch to discuss their mortgage, personal, or business finance needs.

Roscommon next hurdle for Mayo

image preview

The rapid fire nature of the u21 championship means it’s all over from start to finish in little under two months. So there is no rest for Mayo this weekend, who seven days on from their nail biting win over Galway last Saturday in Charlestown will host Roscommon in the same venue tomorrow. The 2-6 to 0-11 win over Galway last weekend was a lot closer on the scoreboard than in it was in general play on the field, an issue Mayo manager Pat Holmes hopes will be rectified this weekend. “We were delighted to get over last weekend, it was a tough battle at the end, which we knew it would be but we came out on top. We are going to have to be even better this Saturday as this Roscommon side won the All Ireland minor title three years ago and will be a tough task on the field.” Mayo’s lack of proficiency in front of the posts against Galway is something that needs to be rectified before Roscommon cross over the border, and Holmes has faith that his side will be able to do it. “We have to take our chances against Roscommon, because we won’t get as many against them as we did against Galway. The frees didn’t go as well as we would have liked last weekend, and we have to up our accuracy on that if we are going to make the Connacht final.”

Sammon makes the right call

Liam Sammon owes Galway football nothing. That fact is crystal clear. On the contrary, he has given the county wonderful commitment and service over the past 40 years in various different roles, and hopefully he will continue to do so for another decade in a coaching capacity.

Connacht club football final will be a tight affair

Corofin’s manager this season, Ger Keane, has been involved with Corofin football in different capacities for the past 30 years or more.

Connacht club final will be a tight affair

Corofin’s manager this season, Ger Keane, has been involved with Corofin football in different capacities for the past 30 years or more.

Convention rejects changes to football championship

Four clubs had proposed a "Champions League" style format for the 2010 football championship with relegation coming from championship performances rather than league, but the motion was voted down on a margin of 56-28 at last Monday’s football board convention in Lough George.

 

Page generated in 0.0578 seconds.