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Sherry FitzGerald welcomes this wonderful detached family home at Ballymanagh, Craughwell, to the market for sale by private treaty. It is located in the townland of Ballymanagh, with the local primary school and church within 1km and the village of Craughwell within 3km, providing shops and services to include bus and rail transport.
Galway is truly a year-round festival city but come October it’s all about the kids. The 22nd Baboró International Arts Festival for Children is just around the corner and kicks off on Monday October 15 and runs for seven days. This year’s programme is bursting with 51 extraordinary events from Ireland and around the world so there’s plenty for children and families to enjoy. We’re kicking off this year’s Baboró Ambassador series with 12-year old Emma Craughwell from Inverin.
Craughwell youngsters were in fine form at Castlegar AC's annual open cross country meet on Saturday,
The Galway hurlers take on Limerick at the Gaelic Grounds this Sunday at 3pm to determine which side finishes second in the division 1B league.
Jamie Fallon of Craughwell AC was the clear winner of the senior men’s 6k at Castlegar AC's open cross country races on Saturday.
The Galway hurlers will face Offaly in the Leinster semi-final on Sunday week (June 19) after their solid 3-27 to 0-19 victory over Westmeath at the weekend.
Craughwell Furniture has gained a reputation for quality, value, and service since it began trading in 1974.
Sarsfields produced the goods when it mattered most to collect their first senior county title since 1997, beating Craughwell by 2-10 to 0-14.
The replay of the Galway county senior hurling final takes place this Sunday at Pearse Stadium (1.45pm) with Craughwell and Sarsfields doing battle once again, to see who will take home the Tom Callanan trophy for 2015.
Even with only a few minutes to go last Sunday afternoon in Kenny Park and with both sides vying for their first senior title in a long time, and nothing between the sides on the scoreboard, there was a really muted atmosphere in the ground. There was barely a murmur on the packed terraces and the stand was never in any potential danger of being shook to the rafters.