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Halloween camps at AIT Sport

AIT Sport has announced details of its inaugural Halloween camp for children aged between six and 14 years.

Family home in the heart of Salthill

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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.

Connacht look to Europe to turn fortunes around

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A novel trip to Geneva beckons for Kieran Keane's squad on the opening weekend of the European competition.

Cultivating the complete players by giving them a sense of community

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A complete person has to be more than the sum of their parts — whether it be in sport, culture or in general society. We have seen that in the role that the victorious Galway hurlers have played in highlighting social issues since their win last month. We have heard interviews where they talk of their role in society and the role that they would prefer that society adapted to them.

It’s all happening at The Snug Bar

The Snug brings you a jam-packed schedule of rugby and soccer action this weekend, supplemented with music from some of the hottest local bands.

Historic victory for Galway over world champions Australia

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On Monday evening Galway Tag Rugby hosted World Cup champions Australia in a series of matches in St Mary’s school grounds.

Afternoon tea with Gráinne Seoige at Loughrea Hotel & Spa

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The Rooftop Garden at the Loughrea Hotel and Spa will take centre stage on Tuesday, August 1, as a host of Galway’s most glamorous ladies will enjoy an afternoon with Gráinne Seoige.

Mayo travels east to secure national success

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Mayo Community Games is a very proud voluntary body which has made a huge contribution to the games since they were formed in 1973. Once you entered the Sports Ireland National Sports Campus in Dublin for the National Community Games May Festival it was very clear that Mayo was truly represented by the wonderful colour of flags and Mayo tracksuits everywhere. Mayo Community Games was involved in swimming, table tennis, futsal, marathon, mixed distance relay, gymnastics, quiz, and soccer. The Mayo participants' first visit to the campus yielded tremendous success with five sets of gold medals, three sets of silver, one set of bronze, and a set of fourth place medals. Eight individual medals were successfully secured with two gold, two bronze, and one fourth place making their way back to Mayo.

Ireland stars Houghton, Whelan and McGrath to star in game to benefit local football

The clocks might very well be going forward, but at Eamonn Deacy Park in the coming days, soccer fans will have cause to go back in time as Galway United’s home turf is set to host some of the biggest stars that have ever graced Irish soccer history. when a star-studded Republic of Ireland Masters squad will take on a select Galway Legends outfit on the afternoon of April 8 in an effort to raise funds for grassroots football across the county.

Soccer season kicks into life

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This weekend sees the 2017 Mayo League soccer season kick off, with 34 different sides lined up for competition this season. In the top division all eyes will be fixed on seeing whether anyone can finally step up and stop Westport United's domination of the league. Last season Ballina Town gave it a right good go, but came up short down the home stretch with John Brennan's men edging them out down the home stretch.

 

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