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No just rewards for Connacht's superb effort in South Africa

The Guinness PRO14 table may not be a true reflection of Kieran Keane's maturing Connacht this season.

First visit to Highveld will test Connacht

Connacht face a new test of character when on Saturday they face the Cheetahs on their first PRO14 visit to South Africa.

First visit to Highveld will test Connacht

Connacht face a new test of character when on Saturday they face the Cheetahs on their first PRO14 visit to South Africa.

Connacht have their backs to the wall after disappointing defeat

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Stung by defeat to Zebre, Connacht now look to improve the "mindset" when they head away for a 10 day tour that includes another Italian challenge and a first visit to South Africa.

Keane wants a 'hiss and roar' from Connacht tomorrow

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Connacht refocus on their PRO 14 aspirations when the Ospreys visit the Galway Sportgsround tomorrow (7.35pm).

Ulster’s Tommy Bowe pays tribute to fellow legend Muldoon

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Two legends of two provinces, John Muldoon and Tommy Bowe, retire from rugby after 14 years involvement in the professional game.

Popular choices as Galway People of the Year winners are named

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The people chosen as Galway People of the Year Award winners 2017 were announced at a press reception in the Galway Bay Hotel at the week end and will be honoured at a Gala Banquet and Presentation to be held in the Galway Bay Hotel on Friday March 19.

A hero whose visage symbolises the west

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There are some artists whose life falls onto the canvas, becomes part of it, whose angst is evident in the brushstrokes; whose empathy shapes the message of the painting. They become part of what they work on, and what they work on becomes the whole of them. They become one with each other until it is impossible to ever see them apart as separate entities. To rob one from the other is to divide it irrevocably.

Europe helps Keane's Connacht finds its winning form

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Connacht is looking to continue its love affair with Europe, having qualified for a home quarter-final with a demolition of visitors Oyonnax by 50-14 on Saturday.

A hero whose visage symbolises his own place

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There are some artists whose life falls onto the canvas, becomes part of it, whose angst is evident in the brushstrokes; whose empathy shapes the message of the painting. They become part of what they work on, and what they work on becomes the whole of them. They become one with each other until it is impossible to ever see them apart as separate entities. To rob one from the other is to divide it irrevocably.

 

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