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Still in the hunt for a championship title, Connacht entertain Munster on Saturday in Headford at 2.30pm in the third and final round of the junior interprovincial rugby series.
•Club Íománaiochta Bearna/Na Forbacha and Barna Football Club will be hosting its celebrations of the GAA’s 125th anniversary this weekend. The party begins on Saturday in the Connemara Coast Hotel with a celebration dance at 10pm (tickets available on the door). The festivities continues the next day with a special Mass being held in Seipeal Bhearna at 10am where all deceased players and members of the two clubs will be remembered. This will be followed by Lá na gClub at Pairc na bhForbacha where there will be Poc Fada, bouncy castles, face painting, and much more. The weekend will end with teams from both codes of the GAA playing mixed games, ranging from u-14 up to adult.
Rooney chartered surveyors has launched two modern high specification properties in the prestigious Dangan Business Park, only 4km from Galway city on the main Galway/Clifden road.
A company founded in Galway has been appointed to provide security services for the Galway stopover of the Volvo Ocean Race.
It all starts here on Sunday at 3pm local time (8pm at home), the All Ireland senior football championship in its celebratory 125th year gets under way with the footballers of Mayo taking to the field in Gaelic Park, roughly 3,047 miles from home in McHale Park, Castlebar.
Following escalating tensions over the past few weeks between anti-Shell factions and IRMS security staff working at the Shell E&P pipeline landfall site at Glengad, further clashes are imminent this weekend after Shell to Sea are nationally and internationally endeavouring to drum up support for what they are calling a day of action, at 6pm on Saturday, May 9, to remove the fencing around the Glengad site.
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NIWEL TSUMBU, one of Africa’s leading guitarists, is bringing his band Motema to Galway to play a free show in the Volvo Ocean Race stage and to mark the celebration of Africa Day in the city.
THE THEATRE director, writer, and actor Max Hafler will give a series of acting workshops in the Galway Arts Centre.
THE GALWAY Early Music Festival takes place this weekend with mediaeval inspired music concerts, workshops, and performances tomorrow, Saturday, and Sunday.