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Craughwell youngsters claim Connacht title

Craughwell NS senior boys made history on Saturday when winning the Connacht Primary Schools Cross Country title for the first time at Sligo IT.

Fallon in top form

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Jamie Fallon of Craughwell AC was the clear winner of the senior men’s 6k at Castlegar AC's open cross country races on Saturday.

St Thomas to face Loughrea

Former All-Ireland champions St Thomas will take on Loughrea in the county senior hurling semi-finals which will be played in Kenny Park on Sunday week (October 2) at 3.30pm.

Walsh wins Craughwell 5k

Fergal Walsh of Athenry AC was the winner of the Craughwell AC 5km in aid of the club's new facility development.

Unveiling of plaque in memory of Ardrahan

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A plaque will be unveiled at Keighrey's junction, Bullyboy, Ardrahan, this Friday August 26 by County Council Cathaoirleach Michael Connolly.

Galway GAA fixtures

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Free Family Fun Day at Castlegar GAA Club this Saturday

Castlegar GAA Club is holding its annual Open Day, for the registration of new and existing members, this Saturday, March 5, from 1:00 pm to 3:00 pm. A free fun-filled afternoon is planned at the clubhouse with face-painting, balloon artists and lots of games and activities for all your family to enjoy.

Disappointment for Sarsfields and Abbeyknockmoy

Both Galway hurling clubs in All-Ireland club action last weekend suffered major disappointments with senior champions Sarsfields and county intermediate champions Abbeyknockmoy suffering defeats.

Sarsfields take on Cushendal

Galway county champions Sarsfields head to Páirc Tailteann in Meath on Saturday to take on Antrim’s Cushendal in the All-Ireland club senior hurling semi-final (2pm).

Cost of flooding clean-up will exceed €12 million

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The devastating aftermath of Storm Desmond was outlined in stark terms by Galway County Council executives at its monthly meeting in County Buildings yesterday (Wednesday). And director of services Liam Gavin warned that the damage in many areas was yet to be fully assessed as they were still flooded but the initial tally was thought to be €12.2 million.

 

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