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The weather Gods smiled on the organisers and participants in the Westmeath Lake County Movathon Challenge this Easter weekend with clubs and individuals making maximum use of the beautiful weather.
Mayo GAA has confirmed it has suspended three members of it’s senior football teams backroom for three months after they attended last December's All Ireland Football final with out accreditation.
As this weekend's All Ireland final and the busy Christmas period takes place, a worrying upward trend in new Covid-19 cases in the county has been flagged with 22 new cases confirmed in Mayo on Wednesday evening by the Department of Health.
An opportunity to ply their playing attributes within the top tier of national football league competition awaits Westmeath senior footballers this weekend following their comprehensive eight point victory over Laois in TEG Cusack Park, Mullingar, on Saturday afternoon.
Students from St Muredach’s College in Ballina have qualified for the F1 in Schools World Finals in Melbourne next year. Their team ‘Annex Racing’ beat off stiff competition to take fourth place in the national finals held earlier this year.
Students from St. Brigid’s College in Loughrea have qualified for the F1 in Schools World Finals in Melbourne next year. Their team ‘Quintolux’ beat off stiff competition to be crowned National Champions in the national finals held earlier this year, as well as winning ‘Best Social Media’ in the competition.
A notable achievement for Marist College secondary school was attained in recent times when six current students were selected to advance to the World F1 in Schools Finals to take place in Melbourne, Australia, next year.
Buccaneers RFC mourns the recent passing of Dan O’Dowd. Dan was Senior captain of Athlone Rugby Football Club for the seasons 1963/66, the first player to skipper the club for three years. Sincere condolences are extended to his wife Emer, sons Shane and Alastair, and extended family. May he rest in eternal peace.
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