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SSE Airtricity Moycullen head to Dublin with a bounce in their step ahead of their clash with Templeogue in Saturday's Premier League basketball fixture.
Rodney Ah You's decision to move to Ulster is a pat on the back for Connacht having made him a better player.
Volkswagen has just launched the all-new Touran MPV here in Ireland.
The Mayo Football League has announced that the recipients of the prestigious Henry Downes Service to Football Awards for 2015 are Patrick English from Achill Rovers and Gerry Knight, Ballina Town. Padraig McHale, chairman Mayo Football League, said: “I would like to congratulate Patrick English and Gerry Knight on winning this prestigious award. They are certainly worthy recipients as both have given a lifetime of service to the game and are highly respected within the county and beyond. It is fitting that an award named after such a great servant is bestowed upon two gentlemen of the game.’’
Connacht's European qualifications face a huge test on Saturday when they travel to France for a crunch Challenge Cup fixture against Brive.
While Connacht await Robbie Henshaw's contract decision for next season, which had been expected before Christmas, Lam is continuing to add to his squad - the latest being the promotion of centre Peter Robb and Galwegian flanker Sean O'Brien this week from the Academy.
MONROE'S LIVE is the place to be next Thursday as We Banjo 3 and Four Men and a Dog team up to see in the New Year in high style with an epic night of scintillating music and song. It will be a rare chance for Galway audiences to catch We Banjo 3 live this year as they are in huge demand internationally.
Arch rivals Buccaneers and Galwegians will square up in the Connacht Senior Cup final at Crowley Park, Galway, on Friday evening, with a 7.30pm kick-off for this floodlit decider.
Connacht's injury woes may continue, but so do the victories in the European Challenge Cup, and coach Pat Lam will be hoping his injury-hit squad can lift themselves one more time to see off Newcastle before the break.
Barna GAA celebrates its 50th anniversary this year and has produced a booklet to mark the milestone of the formation of the football club.