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Moycullen’s final Super League game of the 2017/2018 season ended in a disappointing defeat at home to league-leaders UCD Marian by 73-56.
Chef Network is now recognised as an official training body for Ireland’s chefs.
Moycullen Basketball Club is gearing up for another big outing on the calendar when the men's U20 side contests the Hula Hoops National Cup final later this month.
Moycullen's Super League basketballers are on the road once more next week when they take on DCU Saints in DCU Sports Arena on Sunday at 3.30pm.
Moycullen Basketball must face Killester again in the Jes on Saturday (7pm) after crashing out to the Clontarf outfit in National Cup last weekend.
Moycullen face one of their biggest challenges of the season when they travel to Dublin for a clash with Super League leaders UCD Marian on Saturday (8pm).
Back in the 1960s my late mother had a two-door Morris Mini-Minor. The mini, about the size of a dog-kennel on wheels, was our family car for years (dad drove a van used for deliveries). I think the mini won the Monte Carlo Rally at one time and it became famous. Towards the end of the decade it actually became cool to have a Mini-Minor after the film The Italian Job, starring Michael Caine. But my brother and I had long legs, and the car became a torture chamber on long journeys. We hated the car. There was little room for us and later for my sister, and all her stuff, the dog (who went ballistic if he saw another dog on the street), the weekly shopping, and all the detritus that family cars gather.
Moycullen return to NUIG Kingfisher on Saturday (8pm) for an important fixture in their hopes of making this year's Super League basketball play-offs.
With a pep in their step, Moycullen head up the motorway to face title holders Templeogue on Saturday (6pm) after last weekend's superb victory over Thunder.
Galway Grammar School was a Protestant institution established under the Erasmus Smith Trust in 1669. It opened around 1675 and has been located at College Road since 1815. The 1950/51 school year was an eventful one when, in November of that year, a wing of the school was gutted by fire, happily, there was no danger of loss of life. Four months later a dormitory ceiling collapsed. The headmaster, George Coughlan, said that the collapse was caused by a 24 foot beam being charred through by a chimney fire. The beam brought down two other beams and half the ceiling. In many old buildings, beams went into chimney flues and successive chimney fires charred them until they came down. Neither incident occasioned an interruption in the school routine.