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Harry’s at Water Lane opened in December and is already building a reputation as one of the best places to watch live sports in Galway city. The Bohermore bar can show three different sporting events at the same time, so it’s no wonder Harry’s is proving so popular.
The townland in which this park is situated is known as Terryland or Tirellan, derived from the Irish Tír Oileáin (the Land of the Islands) which was so named because the river divided into many streams, thus creating islands in the area. It is in the civil parish of St Nicholas in the Barony of Galway.
Mayo suffered a comprehensive and confidence shattering defeat to Galway in Pearse Stadium in what can only be described as “The battle of Salthill” after some very unsavoury incidents at the end of what had largely been a very timid affair.
With the recent opening of the Gort-Tuam section of the M17 motorway, it seems that the southwest of the country has moved a little closer to Galway, and weekend trips which we might only have previously considered at the height of the summer are now more enticing all year round. With a little over two and a half hours driving time from Galway city, the delights of the southern capital can be reached, and, let’s face it, Cork is always worth a visit.
Galway senior ladies' footballers open the season with a first competitive encounter on Sunday in the Connacht Winter League.
Almost €3.3 million is to be invested in sports organisations and facilities in communities throughout Galway under the Sports Capital Programme, local Fine Gael TD Hildegarde Naughton has announced.
The Connacht Schools U15 girls soccer team captured the interprovincial title for the first time, and they did so with a clean sweep over their fellow rivals.
Well, so much happened in the last week, and most of it during the weekend.
The Clayton Hotel Galway has a reputation for being a business hotel. Located just off the M6 motorway, it is easily accessible from Dublin, Cork, Limerick, or any other location around Ireland; it is 40 minutes from Shannon Airport, two hours from Dublin Airport, and 2.5 hours from Cork. It's a good location for those travelling for business, and who need to be on the outskirts of the city for a quick getaway. It is well supplied with conference and meeting rooms, and the leisure centre is the ideal place to relax and unwind after a busy day.