Best of luck to St. Colman’s in their All-Ireland semi-final against St. Michael’s of Enniskillen on Saturday. The game will take place in Pearse Park, Longford, and throw-in is at 1.30pm.
Claremorris Community Radio will broadcast a special programme to cover the game, starting at 1pm. Micheál McLoughlin and Peter McCallig will be on air for two hours, until 3pm, with Billy Fitzpatrick providing regular updates on the game, live from Longford.
The upcoming episode of The Way It Is on Claremorris Community Radio will discuss Land Mobility.
Land Mobility is a scheme to allow younger farmers access to the industry through formal agreements between farmers to work together on one project – usually a younger farmer and an older farmer, although there is no age restriction for who can get involved.
Anthony McNicholas’s special guest is Patrick Brady from the Land Mobility Service.
The program will be transmitted on Monday 25th March at 4pm and repeated on Wednesday 27th March at at 8pm and Friday 29th at 8am.
Hollymount/Carramore will host the O’Mara Cup Final on Saturday evening when they will face local rivals Claremorris at 5pm. Claremorris Community Radio will provide live coverage of the final, including commentary by Austin Garvin and Billy Fitzpatrick.
It promises to be an entertaining final. Claremorris qualified from Group 2 with three wins out of three whilst Hollymount/Carramore emerged from a tight group 1, with three wins from four games.
Our live coverage of the game will begin at 4.45pm with John Whittle hosting the build-up to the match. Throw in will take place at 5pm and, should the game go to extra-time, coverage will continue until we have a result.