In tomorrow's The Tuam Herald
Lots of news, views and interviews!
THE superb victory by the Kilkerrin-Clonberne ladies footballers in their All-Ireland final showdown against Cork's Mourneabbey last Saturday features prominently in both our news and sports pages in tomorrow's edition of The Tuam Herald.
In an edition packed with news and features, we also chat to the family of young Caherlistrane sprinter Cian Donnelly, who was to the fore in the 'Fastest Kid in the World' race in New York at the weekend.
Our reporter Siobhan Holliman has an interesting feature on the Ballad of Michael Hoade while, in her column, Jacqueline Hogge chats about family and the teenage rite of passage of attending a first rock concert.
Mark Walsh has been busy writing for the farming pages, with hopes high that agricultural shows can return this summer, while we also have a two-page spread on the newly formed Tuam Falcons Hockey Club.
Former Editor David Burke reviews the film Belfast; Columnist Tony Galvin discusses shifting - yes, shifting! - along with more serious and not-so-serious matters; and Sports Editor Billy Coss and David Connors cover all the action from a busy weekend of sport.
Pick up tomorrow's The Tuam Herald for this and much, much more.