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They would have never assumed it was was going to be easy, but the willingness to dig out a result when things seemed to be going against them against Melvin Gaels is something that Hollymount-Carramore will have been delighted to have shown on the field a fortnight ago. On Sunday the south Mayo men have the chance to create another little bit of history for themselves when they take on Moycullen to be crowned the intermediate kings of Connacht.
The Galway footballers, in association with the Galway Football Supporters Club, will hold a fundraising Big Fight Night on Saturday November 28 to raise funds to go towards the squad's costs for the forthcoming season and for MS Ireland Galway
The Ardilaun Leisure Club is an exclusive leisure facility that is well established and a prominent figure in the fitness industry in Galway. The club promotes fitness, quality, passion, exuberance, and overall a great sense of wellbeing.
Following Corofin’s facile 4-14 to 2-6 demolition of St. Mary’s (Sligo) last weekend at Markievicz Park, and Castlebar Mitchels impressive 3-8 to 0-13 victory over Clann na nGael at Hyde Park, the sides will meet in the Connacht club senior final in Tuam Stadium (2pm) on November 22.
Thrilled to have signed a new deal as Galway United manager, Tommy Dunne now reckons the Tribesmen can make further progress in 2016.
The Maigh Cuilinn Intermediate footballers will have to bring their “A” game to Pearse Stadium this Sunday (2pm) to beat a highly rated Hollymount side in the Connacht Intermediate football final.
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.
Connacht Rugby arrived in Siberia yesterday afternoon to be greeted by a blanket of snow for the first European fixture ever to be held in Russia.
St Mary’s College which opened its doors in Galway in 1912 is now 103 years old. It has a long tradition of the highest quality education and facilities within Galway city. It boasts the finest sports facilities and offers a large range of subject choices for your son.