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Connacht claim bonus-point win over Cardiff with five tries

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With an 11-point return from a possible 15 in the opening three Guinness Pro 12 games, Connacht coach Pat Lam is happy, but not yet satisfied.

Premier league basketball returns to Galway on Saturday

SSE Airtricity Moycullen host their first home game in their return to basketball's premier division when UCD Marian travel to the Kingfisher for Saturday's second round fixture (7pm).

Galway lifts Munster Cup

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Galway tennis players have won the Munster Summer Cup for the first time in nearly four decades.

Rochford’s Corofin favourites to be crowned Galway champions again

When I played with the Corofin seniors from 1989 until 2004, we had a fairly good team, with Michael and Aidan Donnellan, Martin McNamara, Trevor Burke, Eddie Steede, Gerry Burke and Derek Reilly as good as any club player in the country.

Connacht claim bonus-point win over Cardiff with five tries

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Athlone Town face promotion-chasers Finn Harps this Friday

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Athlone Town’s last home game of the SSE Airtricity League First Division is scheduled for Friday evening, when Alan Mathews’ team host promotion-chasing Finn Harps at Lissywollen.

Athlone return to senior ranks as Raharney face Clonkill in Westmeath SHC 

In Sunday’s Westmeath Intermediate Football Championship Athlone remained cool to claim a narrow 0-11 to 0-9 victory over Tubberclair. Relegated last year, Athlone will return to the senior ranks in 2016 following an encouraging campaign.

Improving Castledaly face impressive St Loman’s side at Cusack Park

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Sunday’s Westmeath Senior Football Championship final promises to be an interesting encounter, as a rapidly improving Castledaly seek to take St Loman’s scalp at Cusack Park.

Coen stars as Hollymount-Carramore make it back to intermediate decider

Darren Coen was the star attraction as Hollymount-Carramore sealed their spot in this years intermediate championship final, the South Mayo sides attacker hit a rich vein of form kicking eight points over the hour.

The Neale hit new heights with powerful display

Just three years on from claiming their first ever adult county title in their then 110 year history when they won a dramatic junior final, after extra time and in a replay. The Neale who have a pyramid on their club crest, took another step on the Mayo GAA pyramid when they booked their place in this years intermediate championship final.

 

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