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The loyal football supporters of Connemara will descend on Tuam Stadium this Sunday at 2pm to see Naomh Anna Leitir Móir battle it out with a capable Westport side to see who will collect the Connacht Intermediate title.
Just two weekends ago the Naomh Anna Leitir Móir football club brought a great sense of happiness, unity, and pride to their locality by winning the Connacht intermediate final for the first time in the club’s history.
John Beag Ó Flaithearta, known as the ‘Johnny Cash of Connemara’ will be profiled on Ar Ancaire, a documentary which will be broadcast on TG4 on Sunday December 20.
VINNIE KILDUFF, the Grammy award winning musician who has recorded with U2, and artist Dara McGee are joining forces this month for a special show of music, storytelling, food, and art.
Galway has a long and proud equestrian tradition, from the world renowned Connemara pony to the Galway Races. A Way With Horses by Niamh Ó Dochartaigh highlights 10 Galway people who were instrumental in upholding that tradition over the past century.
Black & White Photography, one of the world’s leading photography magazines is featuring work by Galway photographer Adrian Megahey in its latest edition.
A 24-year-old All-Ireland dancing champion, acknowledged with reviving an age-old tradition, represents the west this weekend at RTE’s All-Ireland Talent Show.
The third annual Aware Connemara Cycle has been announced by its volunteering organisers and people are invited to participate in the fun charity event to raise much needed funds for the charity, Aware, in the west of Ireland. Aware is a national voluntary organisation giving support to people affected by depression by providing a broad range of appropriate therapies.
Organisers have announced the third annual Aware Connemara Cycle will take place in April. People are invited to participate in the fun charity event to raise much needed funds for Aware in the west of Ireland. Aware is a national voluntary organisation giving support to people affected by depression by providing a broad range of appropriate therapies.
Claddagh Fire Brigade Station Captain Billy Conroy will be opening this year’s Cóilín Sheáin Dharach sean-nós dance festival at Tigh Clarke, Ros Muc, on Friday January 29.