The 2019 O’Mara Cup starts starts this weekend and Claremorris Community Radio is going to provide extensive coverage of the event.
Starting this Sunday night, the live Sportstalk show will feature reports from the weekend’s games, along with interviews with the managers and some of the players involved. This weekend, Billy Fitzpatrick will be reporting in person on Sunday’s game between Garrymore and Davitts.
Sportstalk is broadcast live at 7pm on Sunday evenings. It is repeated on the following evening, also at 7pm.
Last night, Claremorris Community Radio chairperson Pat Keane and trainer John Nolan travelled to Ballyhaunis to present certificates to the students who recently completed our QQI Level 3 course in Media Expression.
11 students completed the course, during the months of September and October 2018. Lessons took place both in the Ballyhaunis Direct Provision Centre and at the studios of Claremorris Community Radio.
Claremorris Community Radio congratulates all the students who completed the course. They are: Kim Agyemang, Mavis Kenosi Alom, Sameera Chaudry, Olufunmilayo Fabunmi, Vivian Fasanmi, Mariam Gooding, Daniel Kabongo, Fathi Mohamed, Owodunni Mustapha, Agyeiwa Owusu and Mwawi Silungwe.
“We wouldn’t miss it now for love
nor money – it’s so important,” says John Grant, Chair of Active
Retirement in Claremorris and member of its Indoor Bowls Club.
this edition we meet friendly rivals John Grant and Paddy McCallig, who
introduce us to the game and the club, and have encouraging words for
those who might be interested in starting.
Fellow bowlers Michael
Halligan and Pádraig Hunt tell us how they came to bowls and what they
like about it, and we also hear Carmel Kilgallon’s voice as she
celebrates some good bowls, and laments the bad!