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Round 12 of the Premier League ended with Man City proving that sky blue is the colour in Manchester as they defeated Man United 3-1 at the Eastlands on Sunday evening.
After the rollercoaster week that was the Champions League and Europa League, it is back to the normality of domestic matters.
All of Santa’s Elves are busy little bees at the moment, they have arrived in Galway Racecourse and are working tirelessly to bring you all of the magic that you would expect and can only imagine from Elf Town 2018 and much, much more. No detail is too small, no corner untouched.
November has arrived and we are nearly a third way through the Premier League season.
PHOTOGRAPHS AND Faeries, an exhibition of cyanotypes exploring personal memories, by the Burren based artist Regina O'Dea, opens tomorrow at 7pm in The Courthouse in Kinvara.
So the first week of European action has concluded. It is always a nervous time for Fantasy managers as their stars travel around the continent looking to test themselves against the crème de la crème of European football.
Connacht are preparing for a real backlash from Bernard Jackman's Dragons when the two sides meet in Rodney Parade on Friday night.
It was another exciting weekend of Premier League Fantasy Football. Yaya Touré's return to the starting line-up saw the Ivorian bag two goals and more importantly, pick up 15 Fantasy Football points. Other top performers came in the shape of Bournemouth's Nathan Ake and West Brom's Matt Phillips who garnered 15 and 14 points respectively.
And we are back to the Premier League after a week of international football which saw Ireland strengthen their chances of qualifying for Russia 2018 with a superb 1-0 victory in Vienna.
Week two of the Premier League is on the horizon and that means there are more points up for grabs for Fantasy Football managers and more importantly, positions to be gained in the Galway Advertiser Tribal Leader League sponsored by St Anthony's and Claddagh Credit Union.