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Football crazy @ Galway Film Fleadh!

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THE YOUNG Roy Keane; Northern Ireland at Mexico 86; Amadeo and his unbeatable team; and a football match featuring Northern Ireland veterans and the Galway Film Fleadh - it’s all happening this week.

New bi-lingual children’s book

A NEW children’s book as Gaeilge agus as Bearla, Greene’s Shoes Saves Christmas/Shabháil Bróga Greene An Nollaig, is to be launched with proceeds going to the Galway Simon Community.

Football icon to be mourned by thousands

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Sporting personalities from Ireland and England will gather in Galway today to bid farewell to one of the city’s best loved legends, Eamon Deacy.

Conversations with Achievers

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From the moment you meet Frank Byrnes you sense intuitively he Is the type of guy who Is clear about what he wants, and then just goes for it.

Go ‘Fort young men

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The 2011 Leinster and All Ireland Championship has been a historic one for Danesfort GAA Club, with an unprecedented three players from the club playing in all three championship matches to date.

McGuire claims gold at interpros

Two Galway students have been selected to represent Ireland at the schools’ international in Cardiff on July 16.

Remembering Nora on Bloomsday

Nora Barnacle left Galway early in 1904. She was 20 years old, a strong-willed girl running from a tyrannical uncle who disapproved of her latest boy friend. Within weeks of her arrival in Dublin she would become the muse and lover of James Joyce and the inspiration of some and his greatest works — Greta Conroy in The Dead, Bertha the common law wife in Exiles and Molly Bloom in Ulysses — all share some of Nora’s character and experiences. In October of that same year Nora and Jim would elope to Europe and in due course step on to the pages of literary history. She would return to her native city only twice during her 47 years of exile before dying in Zurich in 1951, having lived 67 tumultuous years.

Loreto cruise to landslide success

Loreto Kilkenny 1-16       St Brigid’s Callan 0-6

Women with dark glasses and boyos with big ideas

DESPITE IT’S rich tradition, which stretches from Frank O’Connor to Claire Keegan, the short story is currently Ireland’s most neglected literary genre.

Minor Player Profiles

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Dylan Walsh 18 (Thomastown) Goalkeeper

 

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