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Tuesday 17 October 2017

FFF FITNESS fanatic Roz Purcell was put through her paces in Shelbourne Park Greyhound Stadium this week, as she raced to launch of Boylesports.com Irish Greyhound Derby Best Dressed Lady Competition.

FFF FITNESS fanatic Roz Purcell was put through her paces in Shelbourne Park Greyhound Stadium this week, as she raced to launch of Boylesports.com Irish Greyhound Derby Best Dressed Lady Competition.

The action will take place on Saturday, September 13 and Roz has been lined up to judge this year's style contest. Doors open at 4pm and race goers will also be treated to a 90-minute set from the Original Rude Boys before racing kicks off. The winner will bag themselves a weekend break in Galway's Connacht Hotel for two.

FFF ROCKABILLY queen Imelda May has announced she will play two Irish dates this Christmas. The chart-topping singer will take to the stage at the Royal Theatre Castlebar on December 14 and INEC Killarney on December 16. Tickets for both dates go on sale on September 8 at 9am and can be bought from www.ticketmaster.ie and from all usual Ticketmaster outlets nationwide. Mum-of-one Imelda's gigs come after the broadcast of her new RTE TV programme, The Imelda May Show, which starts on September 7 on RTE One.

FFF IRELAND'S Women's Rugby Captain Fiona Coughlan and Olympian Kenneth Egan are calling out to remind people to nominate deserving heroes from their local communities for the 2014 People of the Year Awards. The final date for making nominations is September 12 and the event itself will be broadcast live on RTÉ One on Saturday, December 6.

FFF THE red carpet will be rolled out as Hollyoaks actor Gerard McCarthy and Holby City actress Tara Breathnach will be among those in attendance at the home premiere of the film A Nightingale Falling at the IMC Cinema in Tullamore, tonight. It kicks off at 6pm.

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