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Galway man finally meets the 'miracle' Donegal teenager whose life he saved
Castlebar Celtic will live out the dreams of every soccer player in the country on Sunday when they take to the field in the Aviva Stadium in the Women’s FAI Cup final. The game itself will also be broadcast live on RTÉ Two television at 12.20pm giving everyone who cannot make it to the Dublin 4 venue a chance to see the girls do their stuff on the big day. The Celtic girls and management team know they will be going into the big game as underdogs against Raheny United, having lost to the same opposition in the league a fortnight ago 9-2, but that is not something Celtic manager Adrian Carrberry is putting much stock into ahead of the game. “The result wasn’t a fair reflection on our team, we matched them for the first half and we were probably the better side in that half,” he said. He also lamented the fact that his side conceded two penalties in that half which was very out of character.
The town of Swinford and further afield in the county were this week trying to come to terms with the tragic news that popular 23-year-old soccer player Gary Price was drowned in a tragic accident in Loas in South East Asia. Price was in Laos with two friends on holiday, having lived in Australia for the previous year, when he drowned in the tragic accident.
A teenager who spat blood and saliva at a garda will have to gather €2,000 for court, much of which Judge Seamus Hughes said will be given to the victim.
Eamon Deacy was without question Galway’s greatest soccer player, who played the game at the highest levels both in England with Aston Villa and internationally with the Republic of Ireland.
A pair of Mullingar brothers have been given six month suspended sentences after Mullingar District Court heard of extremely threatening behaviour.
THE SECOND annual Oliver St John Gogarty Literary Festival will be held in Renvyle House - the former house of the writer - in Renvyle, Connemara, and will run from Thursday November 6 to Sunday 9.
Eighty students at NUIG will receive funding to pursue their sporting interest this year.
Former Athlone Town soccer player Stefan Feniuk is reported as “safe and well” and on his way home after he was caught up in the terror attacks yesterday (November 25) in Mumbai, India.
If you walk down a street named Calle de la Mar in the town of Denia on the Costa Blanca in Spain you will see at number 20 an Irish bar called Paddy O’Connell’s.