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Connacht urged to stay focused as Cheetahs visit for the first time

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Connacht are back in the Sportsground after their superb win over Munster to entertain first-time visitors, the Cheetahs, on Saturday (7.35pm). In this final game of the first block of fixtures, Connacht have an opportunity to go into the break with a fourth win in succession, but it will be a real test against a South African side sitting above them in the Guinness PRO 14 table.

Connacht urged to stay focused as Cheetahs visit for the first time

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Connacht are back in the Sportsground after their superb win over Munster to entertain first-time visitors, the Cheetahs, on Saturday (7.35pm).

‘Oh steer my bark to Erin’s Isle...’

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On Friday evening towards the end of the Easter Rising, there was one further horrific incident that convined Padraic Pearse that surrender, and quickly, was the only course open to the rebels.

‘Oh steer my bark to Erin’s Isle...’

On Friday evening towards the end of the Easter Rising, there was one further horrific incident that convined Padraic Pearse that surrender, and quickly, was the only course open to the rebels.

Lessons from ‘an old schoolmaster’

Week III

Public talk on centenary of the Russian Revolution

Next week marks the 101st anniversary of the execution of James Connolly, but while every Irish person knows Connolly was a leader in the 1916 Rising in 1916, it is less well known that Connolly was a convinced Marxist, who wanted to achieve a socialist Ireland.

Galway to host public talk on centenary of the Russian Revolution

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NEXT WEEK marks the 101st anniversary of the execution of James Connolly, but while every Irish person knows Connolly was a leader in the 1916 Rising in 1916, it is less well known that Connolly was a convinced Marxist, who wanted to achieve a socialist Ireland.

Muldoon looks to lead Connacht to derby win on 300th cap

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Long-serving Connacht forward John Muldoon will make his 300th appearance on Saturday evening against Leinster at the Sportsground. At 34 years of age and in his 14th season, having made his debut off the bench against the Borders in 2003, Muldoon's leadership and longevity have ensured his place in the record books.

‘Connacht need to step it up’ to celebrate Muldoon milestone with a win

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Long-serving Connacht forward John Muldoon will make his 300th appearance on Saturday evening against Leinster at the Sportsground.

Corinthians keep hopes alive

An explosive 15 minute period in the second half ensured Corinthians grabbed a valuable AIB League victory by 24-13 to keep their hopes alive of avoiding relegation from division 2A. Ahead now are three massive games, starting with Queens in Corinthian Park next Saturday.

 

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