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Westport United are within striking distance of the last 16 of the FAI Junior Cup as they take on Dublin outfit, Usher Celtic, in United Park on Sunday at 2pm.
The New Year always prompts reflections and resolutions. This is particularly true of sportspeople. Ambitions, resolve and dreams are brought into the sharpest focus. We in Galway have been particularly well served by our footballers, hurlers, rugby teams, oars people and boxers to name but a few.
WDC Investment Fund portfolio companies enjoy success securing competitive national funding and recognition
Three companies from the WDC Investment Fund’s portfolio companies have secured €6.7 million in funding from the first round of the Government’s Disruptive Technologies Innovation Fund (DTIF). Another two companies have received awards in the InterTradeIreland Seedcorn Competition.
It wouldn't be Mayo if there wasn't drama involved and 2019 was as drama filled as any of the past number of years, even if the curtain came down on the action on the field six months ago at this stage.
With news that Athlone Regional Sports Centre is to be significantly enhanced next year with the development of an outdoor fitness park and the resurfacing of the existing astro turf pitch, reaction to the facility investment has been extremely positive amongst the town’s elected representatives.
In tandem with the recent positive news of a changing landscape within the heart of the town, Athlone Regional Sports Centre has announced news of two major development projects to take place at the state of the art multipurpose facility next year.
Willow Park suffered a setback in their pursuit of the Leinster Senior league Division 1B title when they dropped two points at DPD Park last Saturday evening. Mount Merrion were the visitors and defended well to record their eighth draw of the season. Willow were twice denied by the woodwork as Benny Magennis and Aaron O’Neill crashed shots off the crossbar and post respectively.
Galway volunteers, Louise Borre and Mary Arrigan-Langan both took home awards at the national Volunteer Ireland Awards last week. More than one million people in Ireland volunteer and these awards aim to say thank you for the hard work, dedication, and impact of volunteers across the country.
2018 has been another busy year for Gaillimh le Gaeilge as Galway businesses continue to invest in the Irish language. The organisation responsible for the promotion of the Irish language in Galway has seen an increase of 26 per cent in the demand for their services so far this year, which in turn, has led to an increase in the visibility of the language in the city.