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Former Mayo manager James Horan and renowned sports training destination Breaffy House Resort are collaborating on a unique and exciting sports conference which will bring top national and international sporting experts together to share knowledge and techniques. The conference will take place on the weekend of March 11, 12 and 13.
The highlight of the Connacht schools soccer competition sees two Galway outfits meeting this evening (Thursday).
Book your seat at the bar this weekend to catch the best of the soccer and GAA action, and celebrate or commiserate afterwards to the sound of the top local bands.
John O’Dowd was a Galway born printer who went to work in Kilkenny and became involved with the formation of a junior soccer league in the area. In 1931, his widowed sister, Mrs Brigid Mulryan from Woodquay, died and left four children. John gave up his Kilkenny job and returned to Galway to mind the children. He worked for a while in the Connacht Tribune and later in the Galway Printing Company.
A new and exciting form of physical activity that is good for heart health has been brought to Galway by Croi in association with the Football Association of Ireland (FAI).
The never ending season for successful junior soccer sides continues this weekend, when three Mayo League outfits go looking for a place in the last 16 of the FAI Junior Cup. Castlebar Celtic, Manulla, and Westport United are all in action in the last 32 of the competition and will be looking to make home advantage count.
The annual Mark Reilly Memorial soccer tournament takes place on St Stephen’s Day in aid of COPE.
This weekend Stephen Rochford will take his first training session with the Mayo senior team, just three weeks out from their first game of the 2016. Last Thursday night Rochford met the press for the first time since his appointment and spoke at length about his hopes and the challenges ahead for the next year and much more.
St Mary’s College which opened its doors in Galway in 1912 is now 103 years old. It has a long tradition of the highest quality education and facilities within Galway city. It boasts the finest sports facilities and offers a large range of subject choices for your son.
Connacht Rugby head coach, Pat Lam, is the special guest at a discussion evening in Oranmore which will explore ways in which positive mindset and motivation can be fostered. Lam’s vast experience of motivating players to achieve their optimum, as well as supporting people to deal with life’s knocks and self-doubts, is guaranteed to captivate the audience.