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Honda powers Monivea’s mini rugby dreams

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Monivea RFC was one of the four winners of the Honda ‘Powering Local Dreams Minis’.

Athenry hosts the final race in the 5k series

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A new winner entered 2017 Galway 5km Series when Kevin Bartholomew of Craughwell AC took victory in the penultimate leg in Claregalway on Tuesday last.

Luxury family home on eighteen acres in Monivea

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This detached four bedroom residence on 18 acres is located one mile from the village of Monivea. It is 15 miles from Galway city and five miles from Athenry. The picturesque village of Monivea is known for its sizable woods, which is popular with walkers, ruins of Monivea Castle, and the Ffrench family mausoleum. Monivea National School has received planning and funding for a new school, due to be completed in 2018. There is a strong sporting tradition with hurling, football, and rugby all achieving All Ireland success last year.

DNG Maxwell Heaslip & Leonard launches April auctions

DNG Maxwell Heaslip & Leonard has announced details of its upcoming April auctions, featuring a mix of land, apartments, and houses for sale in Galway city and county. The auction team have already swung into action with the first weekend of viewings already behind them, and interest levels in the various lots are mounting. With demand for property still outweighing supply in the market and a rental market stretched to its limits, potential buyers are eager not to miss out on good opportunities. “We always aim to offer real value in the properties we bring to the auction floor,” said James Heaslip MIPAV. “A lot of time is spent on accurately valuing the properties and making sure they will appeal to buyers.”

Beautiful new homes in Monivea

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Pat Callanan property sales is offering to the market The Demesne, Monivea.

The First Galway Brigade, 2nd Battalion

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During the War of Independence, the Volunteers, for organisational purposes, divided the country into divisions. Connacht and County Clare were split into four such sections. In each of these, the members were divided into brigades, battalions, companies, and flying columns. The First Galway Brigade was divided into three battalions, Castlegar, Claregalway, and Headford.

 

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