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Despite being bitterly disappointed like many other Galway people by our defeat to Mayo on Sunday, and the manner of it, it must be acknowledged that the better team won.
1.The amount of ball lost in the tackle: On far too many occasions ball was turned over by Galway players. They allowed Mayo players to stop them and just physically rip the ball out of their hands. Mayo have obviously worked on their tackling, but from a Galway perspective it was most disappointing to see the likes of Finian Hanley, Paul Conroy, and others losing the ball in contact. Likewise we were blocked down on numerous occasions and that gives a great lift to the opposition. We must not allow that to happen this weekend.
Cunniffe Electric opened its new superstore on the Tuam Road on Saturday morning when ppening offers had people queuing from 7am. The news was good for the early shoppers with big savings made.
It is essential for Galway city that the city manager Joe MacGrath “insist that the county manager” fill two full-time fire-fighters positions which have become vacant because of retirements.
A new radio drama series set in a Galway hairdressing salon during Race Week will be broadcast on Galway Bay fm next week.
Only for Druid and the Galway Arts Festival, Galway city may never have become a thriving place of business with bustling streets, shops, and bars. In short, the arts are essential to a healthy economy.
Galway dancer and choreographer Leonie McDonagh recently won the prestigious Ulster Bank PICK of the Pick’N’Mix”, the audience choice award, at the festival held in Belfast.
Salthill Devon’s Drom Soccer Park is set to host the battle of the best of underage soccer.
Former Republic of Ireland captain and current assistant manager to Giovanni Trapattoni, Liam Brady, is likely to be one of several scouts checking out the talent at this year’s Umbro Cup.
The line up in the elite section of this year’s Umbro Cup includes all four previous winners, FAI Emerging Talent (2005), Aberdeen (2006), Ipswich (2007) and Leicester City (2008).