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Buccaneers players on international duty

Dave Heffernan became the latest Buccaneers player to win a senior Ireland cap when he came on as a substitute in the recent win against the United States.

School Road home is top of the class

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Mullery auctioneers has just brought to the market a magnificent five bedroom detached family home set in mature landscaped gardens adjacent to Carnmore National School, just over two miles from Carnmore Cross and within easy access of Oranmore, Claregaway, and Galway city.

Outstanding home in Highfield Park

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John Quinn has just brought to the market No 2 Ardmore Road, Highfield Park, a lovely family home situated very close to schools, church, shops, NUIG, and UHG. This home is in excellent condition throughout.

Stunning Barna home

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Mullery auctioneers has just brought to the market a stunning detached residence in Cnoc Fraoigh in Barna. The property is ideally positioned with a green area to the front and a southerly aspect to the rear.

Manager of the Month; February

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McStay remaining upbeat despite loss

Despite suffering a 0-16 to 2-9 Allianz Football League defeat to Donegal, Roscommon manager Kevin McStay was happy with aspects of his team’s display at Dr Hyde Park.

Footballers open league campaign with promotion as their target

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Keegan signs key youngsters, but loses captain Connolly

New Galway United manager Shane Keegan has starting assembling his new squad with three players having re-signed with the club.

Corinthians too strong for Malone

At Corinthian Park, the home side produced a dominant display to overcome Malone by 46-3 in the Ulster Bank League's division 2A.

Forward thinking is what drives Keegan on

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The last time he was in action in Croke Park, Lee Keegan was sent off by referee David Coldrick just before the short-whistle. While Keegan was cleared to play in the replay of that semi-final against Kerry it is something that he does not look back on with anger, even if it did probably hamper his preparation for the replay the following week, as a number of days of will he or won't he be allowed to play had to be negotiated before he got the all clear. "Again no blame, that was something I had to take myself and again I'm not someone to point the finger, that was subsquently my own thing. It was mentally draining week, it was very tough leading into a big game. But I had a very strong group of players around me and the management had a good belief that I would be ready for the game on the Saturday, which was a great confidence booster."

 

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