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Another busy Bank Holiday Weekend beckons for Galway United, who host Dundalk in a critical SSE Airtricity League premier division clash on Friday ahead of Monday’s away EA Sports Cup quarter-final against Sligo Rovers at the Showgrounds.
Another important SSE Airtricity League premier division fixture is scheduled for tomorrow evening when Galway United travel to the Markets Field to face Limerick FC.
A vital SSE Airtricity League premier division clash is scheduled for Eamonn Deacy Park tomorrow evening [Friday] when Galway United host St Patrick’s Athletic (7.45pm).
Galway United travel to the Carlisle Grounds for another vital SSE Airtricity League premier division encounter against Bray Wanderers tomorrow evening.
The craft beer revolution is in full swing and has well and truly whet consumers' appetites for higher quality beverages. The new thirst for premium alcoholic products has set the stage for the micro-distillers to start a revolution of their very own. Whiskey distilleries had begun to pop up across the country over the last few years. Since whiskey is required to be in a cask for three years to earn the Irish stamp of approval, many operators struggle to survive long enough to break even. Gin, however, does not suffer from the same limitations. The process of making gin is quicker than whiskey, no long ageing in barrels or intricate blending of different casks is required.
A worrying number of drivers are guilty of irresponsible behaviour when it comes to cyclists, according to an East Galway TD.
Despite only registering one point from four SSE Airtricity League premier division games, Galway United manager Shane Keegan is adamant the Tribesmen can stitch a decent sequence of results together], starting with Friday’s trip to Dalymount Park for a clash with Bohemians (7.45pm).
A hectic SSE Airtricity League premier division weekend beckons for Galway United, who face Finn Harps at Ballybofey on Friday (8pm) before returning to Eamonn Deacy Park action against Shamrock Rovers on Monday (7pm).
Galway Traveller Movement have this week welcomed the recognition of Traveller ethnicity enacted through a Dail statement by an Taoiseach Enda Kenny on March 1. It was an historic day for the Traveller community that released a torrent of emotions from the community in Galway City and County. Although it was a week of mixed emotions, given the deferment of a decision on Traveller housing in the city, the group were in celebratory mood at the arrival of a keystone moment in their long battle to have their ethnicity recognised officially.
Losing the first game of the season at Eamonn Deacy Park was a disappointment, but tough challenges arrive thick and fast in the League of Ireland, according to manager Shane Keegan.