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Leinster AIB club final
The Galway City Harriers’ victory in the boys’ u-13 relay was one of the highlights at the National Indoor Championships in Nenagh at the weekend.
The mood in Clarinbridge all week has been one of deep satisfaction and delight at having collected the club’s second county hurling title in Kenny Park with a narrow victory over Loughrea after extra time.
Loughrea supporters in Pearse Stadium on Sunday were less than impressed with their team’s enervated first-half performance.
Portumna and Loughrea renew acquaintances in the replay of the county senior semi-final. on Saturday at 4pm in Kenny park.
Westmeath SFC final (Sunday 3.30pm, Cusack Park)
The Castlegar Hurling Club ladies’ committee decided to hold a parish sports day on National Children’s Day, Sunday June 8 1975. They enlisted the help of Seán Duffy and Patsy Durnin in the organisation of the event, which turned out to be an outstanding success. As a result, they decided to enter a team of 40 athletes in the County Community Games. Seán Duffy organised training sessions twice a week, a banner and a set of green and white singlets were purchased, and there was great excitement as the big day approached. This excitement reached fever pitch when Ann Fahy won the gold medal in the girls’ under-14 100 metres, and Patricia Grealish brought home a bronze medal in the girls’ under-12 200 metres.
ARAMARK Ireland’s restaurant team at University Hospital Galway has received the Irish Hospitality Institute (IHI) Diversity Award 2008 for its catering operation.
The ARAMARK Ireland team at University College Hospital Galway (UCHG) has been presented with one of the hospitality industry’s top awards at the 20th Hotel & Catering Review gold medal Awards, when they beat stiff competition to win the gold medal award for Institutional Catering sponsored by the National Hygiene Partnership.
Two women who appeared before Judge Mary Devins at Ballina District Court on charges of theft of children’s clothes from Penney’s in Ballina were each fined €150.