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With just a week to go before Mayo head into the All Ireland quarter-final in Croke Park their opponents are still unknown until this weekend's round of action in the qualifiers is completed on Saturday evening. Speaking ahead of the game, joint Mayo manager Noel Connelly said he hoped that Aidan O'Shea gets "fair play" from officials in the upcoming contest and they do award him frees when he is fouled and not let the infractions slide by just because of his size.
Last night sitting Mayo Fine Gael TD John O’Mahony announced his intention to seek a nomination to run in the Galway West constituency in the next General Election. The decision by the TD who has been elected twice in Mayo, in 2007 and 2011, had been expected after a large swathe of his territory had been annexed by the Galway constituency following the 2012 Constituency Commission report. The changes also saw Mayo drop from a five seater constituency to a four seater constituency.
THE INCREDIBLE story of Alan Turing is almost impossible to believe. This man invented the computer and, with a small team, ended WWII two years earlier than was thought possible, and in doing so saved the lives of 14,000,000 people.
“Chick was a couple of years older than me, but in our teenage years we both played football. I played for Bohs and Chick played for West United. My memories are that we always ended up on the losing side and that was because Chick was on the opposite team.
Several hundred students, graduates, and others are expected to attend the annual GMIT careers and recruitment fair, which will take place at the institute’s Dublin Road campus on Tuesday next.
FOUR GAY friends, a piano, sing-alongs, comedy, cabaret, and all the laughs you can squeeze into an evening is on the cards when Four Poofs & A Piano strut their stuff on the stage of the Town Hall Theatre this month.
Nest Friday may well be a defining date in the history of this nation. In the future history students will study the economic collapse of the early years of this millennium and our response to the challenge. Who we vote for next week will have a defining influence on the shape of our future. The question is, for whom do we vote? My analysis is based on national issues because we must cease with the parochial political gombeenery. Vote for the most competent team. Electing local stroke-pullers over competent legislators is the root cause of our problems.
At a time when there is hardly any certainly in our political system, we can bank on one near certainty. Enda Kenny will be the next Taoiseach.
Professionalism: It's NOT the job you DO, It's HOW you DO the job.”
All-star hurler Jackie Tyrrell has been a member of the Kilkenny senior inter-county team since 2003. Tyrrell was the first to start the five in a row dream when he captained Kilkenny to the All-Ireland title in 2006.