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Basketball's new Super League side Maree hosts a top-class pre-season tournament in honour of former Maree player Donie Greene in Calasanctius College in Oranmore, Co Galway, at the weekend.
Offaly Rose and Ballinahown native Jennifer Byrne was crowned the winner of the International Rose of Tralee 2017 in The Dome in Kerry on Tuesday of this week.
Early season predictions would have envisaged Dublin, Kerry, and Mayo making it to the semifinal of the championship with Tyrone getting a few hesitant votes because of a poor ending to their league campaign.
Galway Ladies team are top of the premier division after a superb team performance at round one of the National Track and Field League in Athlone IT.
Galway hurling manager Michéal Donoghue remains focusing solely on the upcoming provincial final despite the external chatter about Galway hurlers being warm favourites to claim a first All-Ireland title since 1988.
It is the result so far of this season's Continental Tyres Women's National League. Galway WFC pulled off a surprise upset, defeating leaders UCD Waves for the first time in the league. And now they must do it all again when the two sides meet in the League Cup in Drom on Sunday (2pm).
The Galway senior hurlers, under team manager Micheál Donoghue and selectors Frannie Forde and Noel Larkin, kick off their 2017 championship with a Leinster quarter-final against Dublin in O'Connor Park (Tullamore) on Sunday (4pm).
Galway Women’s FC manager Billy Clery will be hoping to get his first league points when they return to league action in Eamonn Deacy Park on Saturday (6pm).
The 2017 season starts for Galway Women's FC under new manager Billy Clery with a home fixture on Saturday.
And so it begins. With the greatest respect to the FBD league, Mayo's season kicks off in earnest with a home tie against Monaghan in MacHale Park tomorrow evening. I will let someone else tell Andy Moran about the insignificance of the FBD league. Mayo's evergreen full forward was full of passion for the trip to Kiltoom to face Roscommon in the final FBD group game, scoring two late goals to ultimately decide the contest and rub salt to the wounds of the Rossies' who had given him plenty of stick while he was on the sideline.