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It is not difficult to see why Old Mervue has become so popular with first time buyers and investors, as this mature residential estate still remains affordable despite its convenience to the city centre, local shopping centres, and some of Galway’s largest employers, Boston Scientific, Hewlett Packard, and Thermo King on its doorstep.
Sherry FitzGerald presents to the market No 15 Radharc an Chlair for sale by private treaty. This first floor apartment is ideally located in the sought after Galway suburb of Salthill.
The first concerted move to improve Salthill (that I know of) was in 1882 when funds were collected locally and the Salthill Improvement Company was set up to improve the resort. The prevention of pollution was a priority. The company had its ups and downs and eventually died off. The first meeting of the Galway Urban District Council in 1925 had a deputation from Salthill who listed proposed improvements, In the 1930s a Salthill Development Committee was set up.
Athlone Town have one final chance to record a win this year when they complete their First Division campaign on Friday night. A dreadful season on the field ends with a visit to Ferrycarrig Park where fellow strugglers Wexford FC provide the opposition in a bottom of the table clash.
New-look Titans are looking for a repeat capacity crowd in the Jes on Sunday (3.30pm) when they host Dublin's Tolka Rovers.
Galway United's last home game of a disappointing SSE Airtricity League first division is scheduled for tomorrow evening against Wexford FC at Eamonn Deacy Park (7.45pm).
Paul McGinley’s new book, Salthill - A History, Part 1, begins with a most informative historic timeline, taking the reader from 1557 to 1901. Early documents were sparse but in 1797, a French traveller “wrote of young damsels going to refresh their charms in the sea about two miles from the city”.
Athlone Town ended their home programme of games in the First Division last Friday night when a first clean sheet secured a point against Cobh Ramblers. It ended a run of twelve straight defeats and is the first point claimed since the end of May when Longford shared the spoils at Lissywollen.
Second placed Finn Harps maintained their push for promotion to the Premier Division when they came from behind to beat Athlone away from home last Friday night. The Town took an early shock lead but Ollie Horgan’s men were back on level terms through Nathan Boyle by half time. A second score from Boyle early in the second half put Harps in front as Keith Cowan sealed victory with a late third goal.