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You still have until December 1 to enter the Student Enterprise Award in the annual SCCUL awards. In its third year, this award is sponsored by Winters Property – Ireland’s largest private student accommodation operator. Past entrants have shown incredible innovation and winners have included a range of apps and devices to improve business productivity and save lives.
Athlone Chamber of Commerce has announced that Grovelands Childcare is to host the next Business After Hours event at their premises in the IDA Park in Garrycastle.
For the second successive match, Buccaneers lost by a solitary point, as Ballymena held on in an exciting finish to win Saturday evening’s Ulster Bank League Division 1B game 15-14 at Dubarry Park.
Dr Michael O’Brien from Harvard Medical School and Boston Children’s Hospital will deliver a talk on concussion and its management in sport at Athlone Institute of Technology (AIT) on November 12.
Buccaneers entertain St Mary’s College in round five of the Ulster Bank League when Division 1B action resumes at Dubarry Park on Saturday (October 17).
Galway tennis players have won the Munster Summer Cup for the first time in nearly four decades.
It might not have had the drama and frustration of how things ended last year in Limerick, but at the end of the day the result was the same and Mayo were bound for home on Sunday evening, with plenty of questions and plenty of regrets in the boot. In the past 12 months, Mayo have played in four All Ireland semi-finals (including replays both years) and not got over the line and back to the All Ireland final. Plenty time will be spent over the winter months picking over where it went wrong again and what could have been done. At the end of the day, the better team won. Dublin should have killed us off the first day when they were seven points up, but they made no mistake last Sunday when we were unable to hold onto a four point lead with the game entering the final straight.
Christy Moore, Mairtin O’Connor, Louis De Paor, Mick Flannery, and Fr Peter Mc Verry are among the many names who will be taking part in the 38th Clifden Arts Festival, which runs from Thursday September 17 to Sunday 27, and features theatre, literary, comedy and music events, workshops, and more than 200 family events.
Galway’s financial services sector got a boost this morning (Thursday) with the announcement by Deloitte that it is establishing a Galway office, with the creation of 30 positions.