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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.
For the 1982 World Cup, Adidas introduced a ball named the Tango. It was the first major design change of a football in a decade. With its circular panels and adidas livery, it was thing of beauty. Myself and my teammates in our small team in Ballinrobe never got to kick one, but a trip to Castlebar to a sports shop meant we could see it in all its glory and we salivated over it.
For the 1982 World Cup, Adidas introduced a ball named the Tango. It was the first major design change of a football in a decade. With its circular panels and adidas livery, it was thing of beauty. Myself and my teammates in our small team in Ballinrobe never got to kick one, but a trip to Galway to some place like the Great Outdoors meant we could see it in all its glory and we salivated over it.
Despite another brave and battling performance Galway United still suffered relegation from the SSE Airtricity League Premier Division following last Friday’s 4-3 defeat against Dundalk at Eamonn Deacy Park.
AIT Sport has announced details of its inaugural Halloween camp for children aged between six and 14 years.
The minute you turn into Glenard Crescent, off Dr Mannix Road, you immediately see why so many people would love to call this home. No 53 Glenard Crescent is just a stroll from the Promenade, on a beautiful tree-lined avenue with wide footpaths and large grass verges in front of each house on both sides of the road. These exclusive residential developments were built when large gardens and spacious living accommodation were not considered extras. This extended home is a rare find and has been lovingly maintained and is ready to move in to.