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Irish-language-song club seeks new members

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GALWEGIANS WHO like the idea of singing songs as Gaeilge - even if their Irish is far from perfect - around the fireside with others who enjoy doing the same, are sought to join Club Amhránaíochta na Gaillimhe.

Galwegians host Ireland's only Mixed Ability Rugby team

The Sunday's Well Rebels, Ireland's only Mixed Ability Rugby team, will travel from Cork to play an exhibition game with Galwegians on Saturday (2pm).

New Year acting courses for all levels

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GALWEGIANS WHO have long wanted to take up acting or who wish to get back into it can make a New Year's resolution to check out the upcoming series of classes from the Galway Actors' Workshop.

Poetry workshops at Galway Arts Centre

GALWEGIANS WHO have long wanted to write poetry, but are not sure how, and poets looking to improve their skills, should check out a series of New Year classes with acclaimed poet Kevin Higgins.

Galwegian who got award from Franco not giving up the ghost on WorldSkills championship

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Ireland’s first WorldSkills champion, who received his medal from General Franco almost 60 years ago, has declared that he had no intention of retiring at the age of 77.

Buccs edge out Galwegians in close encounter

Buccaneers moved five points clear at the top of the Ulster Bank League Division 1B following their 24-12 victory over Galwegians in front of a decent attendance at Dubarry Park last Friday (November 18).

Galwegians underdogs in Connacht derby

Galwegians, struggling since September to win a game, now face high-flying Buccaneers in Dubarry Park on Friday night,

Buccs and Galwegians square off for local bragging rights

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Buccaneers and Galwegians have the Ulster Bank League limelight all to themselves this weekend when they square up in a floodlit Connacht derby at Dubarry Park on Friday night, kick off at 7.30pm.

Wegians let lead slip

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Galwegians host old rivals Ballymena on Saturday (2.30pm) in their second successive Ulster Bank League fixture against Ulster opposition at Crowley Park.

Jimmy Lydon - A true and kind Galwegian

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The death has taken place of Mr James Lydon, popularly known as Jimmy, who in his day was director/owner of LydonHouse, and owner of numerous pubs and restaurants locally, including Tea Time Express, Dublin. He employed more than 360 people. He was a passionate promoter of Galway, and a charming, erudite, man who was always willing to offer practical advice to people starting in business. President Michael D Higgins was in attendance at his funeral on Saturday.

 

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