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The Claregalway intermediate footballers have enjoyed a super season to date, winning their first Galway intermediate title since 2002 and qualifying for the provincial decider this weekend.
Last weekend was a historic and famous one for Claregalway GAA club.
The Claregalway Hotel senior ladies dream team for 2017 was announced earlier this week.
Last weekend was a historic one for the Claregalway football club as they won their first minor A football title in Tuam stadium.
The curtain-raiser on county final Sunday sees Claregalway take on Salthill in the minor A final in Tuam Stadium (2pm).
The Radisson Blu Hotel is the place to be tomorrow afternoon for DNG Maxwell Heaslip & Leonard's eagerly awaited September auction. Following a hugely successful July auction which saw a 98 per cent sales rate, the auction team are very excited about tomorrow's event and are, as usual, expecting a large turnout.
The first, full-contact, medieval tournament in Ireland for over 400 years happened at Claregalway Castle in 2015 and returns this weekend Sept 30 to Oct 1 from 12pm-6pm.
RE/MAX presents for sale a superb five bedroom dormer bungalow in Kilcahill, Claregalway, Co Galway. Located just a short distance from Claregalway and Corandulla villages and just two minutes from Currandrum National School, this is an excellent opportunity to acquire a family home in close proximity to all amenities.
John Quinn is currently handling the sale of 7.58 acres of excellent farmland in the townland of Barravilla, Claregalway. The property, which is close to Claregalway village via Loughgeorge, is in top-class condition and has excellent road frontage.
With a definite nip in the air and a return to some form of routine and normality for most people, September also sees the launch of DNG Maxwell Heaslip & Leonard’s autumn auction. The company had a hugely successful July auction which saw local auctioneer James Heaslip, MIPAV, MCEI, who heads the DNG auction team, face a test of endurance to keep up with the onslaught of bids during a fast and furious auction.