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Galway girls produced top finishes at junior national handball championships in Kingscourt at the weekend.
Moycullen has claimed top honours at the O'Neill's GAA Handball All-Star Awards in Croke Park.
Galway United face a difficult FAI Cup second round tie against St Patrick’s Athletic at Richmond Park tomorrow evening, 7.45pm kick-off.
Almost €20,000 in funding distributed to forty two sports and community groups by Mayo Sports Partnership
At a recent Mayo Sports Partnership Board meeting close to €20,000 was allocated to 42 clubs/organisations in Mayo through the Partnerships 2017 special participation grant scheme. Special guest at a recent presentation evening, Minister Michael Ring commended all involved in grassroots sport throughout the county, saying: “Supporting clubs and organisations through this annual small grant scheme by Mayo Sports Partnership recognises the vital role that sport is playing in our communities. Without volunteers sport just would not happen and it is vital that we continue to support them in their hugely important work."
One of Galway’s best loved businesses is Ernie’s Fruit and Veg in Sea Road, which has been a central fixture in the west end community for more than 40 years. The shop was founded and is still run by Ernie Deacy, ably assisted by his son Ernest jr and daughter Annemarie, while his other son, Paul, owns Bell, Book and Candle just around the corner.
Sports Capital Programme funding of €30million has been made available to sports clubs and associations in order to develop sports infrastructure around the country. It is expected that the online application process will be open from January 23 to February 24, 2017.
Moycullen handballer Diarmuid Mulkerrins ((pictured with GAA Handball president, Willie Roche) was crowned All-Ireland U17 Wall Ball champion on Saturday in Ballygar.
Galway handballer Martin Mulkerrins made it through to the semi-finals of this year's Gaffney Memorial title.
Barna had a hurling team in 1964 and handball was very popular in the area, but anyone wanting to play football would have togged out for An Spidéal. Local games were played in Sean Lydon’s field along the shorefront, halfway between the church and Barna school. Kevin Curran and Nicholas O’Fegan were the founders of Barna GAA Club in 1965 and they managed to field minor and junior teams that year. Their junior team had the honour of playing the club’s first competitive match on May 30 1965 against a Bohermore selection known as John F Kennedy’s. Kennedy’s won by a point.
There is only one topic on the lips of every Galway hurling supporter since the team put in the performance of the season last Sunday to plunder the All Ireland semi-final and transport every fan into a state of ecstasy not experienced for many a year.