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Galway hosts national basketball finals this weekend

Galwegians will be treated to a festival of basketball this weekend when NUIG Kingfisher hosts the National League finals.

Basketball clubs retain title hopes

All four Galway clubs in the Basketball Ireland National League have silverware left to fight for as the season heads toward the business end.

Westport United left to fly the flag

It is all down to Westport United if the Mayo League are to have an interest in the FAI Junior Cup in the latter stages of the competition. The aristocrats of Mayo soccer are the last side left in the competition after both Iorras Aontaithe and Ballyhaunis Town bowed out at the fifth round stage a few weeks before Christmas. This Sunday Westport United will take on New Ross Celtic in a game re-fixed from mid-December, with kick-off in the Sportspark at 2pm on Sunday.

Galway punter wins €420,000 on a fiver football accumulator

It is not often somebody can turn €5 into nearly half a million euro but it is going to be a very happy New Year for one lucky Galway punter who has managed to do just that.

Westport United left to fly the flag

It’s all down to Westport United if the Mayo League are to have an interest in the FAI Junior Cup post Christmas. The aristocrats of Mayo soccer are the last side left in the competition after both Iorras Aontaithe and Ballyhaunis Town bowed out of the competition at the fifth round stage of the competition last week.

Live sporting events shown in The Prince Bar

The Prince Bar, Athlone will be showing all the sporting action in their bar.

Rovers come to town for first top level tie in 18 years

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Eighteen years can feel like an eternity in football and Lissywoolen will provide the ideal backdrop for Athlone Town’s first home SSE Airtricity League Premier Division fixture in almost two decades when hosting Shamrock Rovers tonight.

Mayo do more than survive, unlike myself

First things first, The Battle of Bellaghy white collar boxing event between Charlestown GAA and Curry GAA held in the CBD complex in Charlestown was another phenomenal success and I am sure the coffers of both clubs are well boosted after it. I have played in many a big game down the years and would consider myself reasonably calm and in control given a particular situation, but boxing is a different animal. I had a week from hell in the lead up to the event, I could not sleep properly and was extremely anxious and nervous for pretty much the entire week, none the less, I took part, took my beating, and have very sore ribs to prove it. I would suggest for anyone who thinks I am off my trolley, to sign up for an event to see what I am on about, as every fighter on the night were pretty much petrified, even the good boxers. The box is ticked and at least I am alive to tell the tale. Note to self; you are never doing it again.

Connacht Cup takes centre stage on Sunday

Ballina Town will be looking to pick themselves up from last weekend’s defeat at the hands of Dublin side East Wall Bessborough in the sixth round of the FAI Junior Cup when they get straight back into action this Sunday in the Connacht Cup. The Super League champions came close to matching the metropolitans last weekend, but fell short thanks to a 57th minute Daniel Ennis header. This weekend’s opponents will have a more local feel as Ballina Town have a short trip to south Mayo to take on Partry Athletic in the fourth round of the provincial cup competition.

No festive respite for young Moycullen basketballers

SSE Renewables Moycullen were back on the court on Sunday after a short Christmas break when they travelled to Cork to play current league leaders UCC Demons.

 

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