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Get racing this Bank Holiday

Time to get a trick or a treat at the Galway Races as the much anticipated October race meeting gets under way this Bank Holiday weekend.

Kennelly hullabaloo a calamity of errors of his own making

Kerry’s Tadhg Kennelly had been having a most magnificent year in a Gaelic footballing context, until last Sunday morning. Home from Oz, back with the Kerry panel, he collects a national football league medal, an All-Ireland medal and only last weekend an All-Star. Happy days. Just sit back and enjoy the harvest over the next few months, either in Kerry or back in Australia.

Want to live like a cowboy?

If you have ever dreamt of living and working like a cowboy now is your chance, while at the same time supporting the fight against heart disease.

Tribesmen to host first National Eights event

A new national rowing event will be held in Galway next March.

You’re never too young for a healthy lifestyle

Recent reports have highlighted the impact both medically and financially that childhood obesity will have on the country in years to come.

Local rivals meet in key All Ireland League match

Connacht rivals Galwegians and Buccaneers meet for the first time in this season’s All Ireland League with more than just bragging rights at stake.

Moycullen pipped in extra time

Moycullen basketball, still searching for their first Superleague win, face a tough double header this weekend.

Successful GAA consultant to run ‘coaching the coach’ workshop in Mullingar

The man Tyrone manager Mickey Harte describes as “my mentor” has established his own workshop in Mullingar aimed at club managers and coaches.

Connemara Marathon sports a new sponsor

The famous Connemara International Marathon, often referred to as the Connemarathon, will take place on April 11 2010 with a new title sponsor, Ronhill, on board.

No respite for Moycullen in Superleague

Moycullen face a key basketball cup fixture this weekend.


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