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.
As part of the build up to the big Mayo v Galway championship match on Sunday, the second Sports Roadshow of 2018 will take place on Friday evening (May 11th).
The event will take place in Ryans’ Bar, Kiltimagh, with 9.30pm set as the start time. The panel on the night will feature our usual hosts Austin Garvin and Billy Fitzpatrick, alongside journalist Willie McHugh, former Mayo senior footballers Eugene Lavin and John Finn, and more.
Music on the night will be performed by Ollie Burke and friends.
As always, the roadshow will be shown live on Facebook and recorded for broadcasting on the radio. The show will then be broadcast at 8pm on Saturday evening and repeated at 11am on Sunday morning.
Tomorrow is going to be a very busy day for Claremorris Community Radio. Saturday, May 5th, is Mayo Day and, to mark the occasion, a group of our members will be in attendance at the flagship event, Made of Mayo in Ballinrobe Racecourse.
The outside broadcast will commence at 12 noon and will run right through until 4pm. Catherine Lavery, Anthony McNicholas, Ann Urich, Ed Coulson and Eleanor Prendergast will be on the ground at the event, interviewing stall holders and anyone else of interest.
At 6pm, Michael McLoughlin will host a three-hour special live music show, from our studio one. Michael will be joined by Pat and Anthony Staunton, Paul Greenan, Branco O’Keeffe and many other local musicians. The show will be broadcast from 6pm right through to 9pm.
Later that night, the first Sports Roadshow of 2018 will take place in the Claremorris GAA Clubhouse.
This weekend the Claremorris GAA Club are honouring the county championship teams of 1964-65. At 6pm Claremorris will play Salthill-Knocknacarra for the Seán McManamon Cup. Then, at 9pm, the county championship winning teams will be presented with special trophies to mark their achievements. This presentation will be covered live, on our Facebook page, by the station.
It will also be recorded for transmission – which will take place on the following day, at 5pm.