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One for the road — the real story behind college days

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Have you ever wondered what college was really like?

Silver for Galway boxer at Europeans

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Galway boxer James ‘Rock’ Cleary, pictured above with his father and brother, battled his way to a well-earned silver medal at last week’s European Schoolboy Championships finals in Grozny, Russia.

McGuire claims gold at interpros

Two Galway students have been selected to represent Ireland at the schools’ international in Cardiff on July 16.

James and Audrey release new single today

James O’Connor with Audrey Trainor release their new high octane single ‘Mr Fake’ today, Friday May 27. Produced by Chris O’Brien and Graham Murphy from the Production Suite, James’ vocals, combined with Audrey’s orchestral violin manoeuvres blend the songs’ lyrics which question reality, conscience, and imitation together; resulting in an intense energetic, exciting contemporary Celtic pop song. James and Audrey will be performing at Music World, Athlone on Wednesday June 1 at 1pm.

When the king came to town

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King Edward VII was known as ‘Peacemaker’ for his role in fostering good relations between Britain and France, he was renowned for his politeness and good manners, and throughout the continent he was affectionately called the ‘Uncle of Europe’.

Merlin Park based artist to explore realities of living with kidney failure

A short film focusing on daily exchanges between the patients and staff of the dialysis unit of Merlin Park Hospital will be screened in Galway as part of the TULCA 2010 visual arts festival.

Bunbrosna begin Leinster Intermediate campaign

Fresh from winning this year’s Westmeath intermediate title Bunbrosna begin their provincial campaign with an away game to Offaly champions St Rynagh’s this Sunday. Having to travel into the lions’ den certainly makes this a lot more tricky for the Westmeath side but they still should emerge on top. Bunbrosna have been operating in division one of the league and were in contention to win it before losing to Tyrrellspass by a point last week.

Herbert’s ‘Silken Twist’

Of the group of 17th century poets, including John Donne and Andrew Marvel, to which Dr Johnson gave the name ‘metaphysical’, George Herbert is probably nowadays the least read.

Tipp will be toughest game yet says Cha

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He may have 21 Senior Championship appearances under his belt, and a host of displays in National League and Walsh Cup competitions, but 2008 All-Ireland SHC winning captain James 'Cha' Fitzpatrick believes that this weekend's clash with Tipperary will be the toughest yet.

Local football supremo dies

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One of the prime movers in the development of soccer in Roscommon, John Sherlock, was laid to rest this week in Drum after his untimely death in a car crash in the early hours of Sunday morning.


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