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Galway success story continues as Martin Divilly Butchers opens at Terryland Shopping Centre

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Last Friday saw the opening of Martin Divilly Butchers in Terryland Shopping Centre, 87 years on from the very first Martin Divilly Butchers in Galway city. Martin and Audrey along with their extended families cheered on, as Martin’s daughter Shauna Divilly cut the ribbon.

Claregalway’s Gaelic4Girls

Claregalway has been chosen to run the Gaelic4Girls programme this year, and the club will host a training evening for coaches on February 27, at 7.30pm (venue to be announced).

Lecture on Annaghdown ‘lost’ round tower

The Irish Annals say that in 1238 a round tower was built at the monastery of Annaghdown - the last recorded construction of such a building.

Charming and cosy Annaghdown property for sale

John Quinn is currently offering an attractive four bedroom bungalow at Castle View, Annaghdown.

Craughwell win Junior Hurling Championship

The replay of the Galway Junior (A) Hurling Championship Final was held last weekend at Duggan Park. It was another very close contest, however it was Craughwell who emerged victorious, with a one point win over a gallant Annaghdown side, on a score-line of 2-7 to 1-9.

Coming of age for Annaghdown St Stephen’s Day ‘Turkey Walk’

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To mark the launch of the 21st annual Annaghdown St Stephen’s Day ‘Turkey Walk’ Croí has named a room in its new heart and stroke centre as the ‘Annaghdown Room’ in recognition of the generosity the community has shown over the years.

O’Donnellan & Joyce offers a wonderful family home in Annaghdown

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O’Donnellan & Joyce is offering for sale a beautiful four bedroom detached residence in Annaghdown, Corrandulla, Co Galway. The area of Annaghdown has long been regarded as one of County Galway's finest residential areas. Located approximately eight miles from Galway city centre, the area boasts true comfort in terms of city access. This property is situated within a kilometre of Annaghdown’s pier to Lough Corrib and the school.

James Charity to stand as Independent county candidate

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James Charity has become the first individual to declare he will be a candidate in the May 2014 Local Elections for the Galway County Council.

U-21 footballers qualify for Connacht final against Roscommon

The weather was absolutely Baltic in Tuam stadium last Saturday evening for the Galway and Mayo U-21 Connacht semi-final.

Senior football draw for 2013

Mountbellew-Moylough v Leitir Mor


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