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Monthly Archives: April 2018

April for the clubs ‘not working’ says Mayo chairman

The chairman of the Mayo GAA Board has called on Croke Park to “revisit” their decision to designate April as a club-only month as he believes that “it’s just not working”. Mike Connelly said that he intended to raise the issue with GAA authorities at

Golf fan who met Tiger Woods weeks ago succumbs to cancer

A man who fulfilled a dream to meet Tiger Woods at the Masters earlier this month died of cancer on Monday, his daughter announced on Twitter. Shane Caldwell, who was living with stage 4 lung cancer after having survived two bouts with colon cancer, had

Michael Goolaerts: Cyclist’s funeral held in Belgium

Former team-mate Shaw pays tribute to Goolaerts Leading figures from the cycling world were among the mourners at the funeral of Belgian cyclist Michael Goolaerts. The 23-year-old died after suffering cardiac arrest while riding at the Paris-Roubaix race on 8 April. The Veranda’s Willems-Crelan rider

Arkansas plays 6 tennis matches in one day for NCAA berth

Six games in one week would be a sizable task for any program. Over the weekend, however, Arkansas women’s tennis team faced Tennessee State six times in one day. After a successful outing in the SEC tournament — Arkansas won its first three matches before