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Fantasy Football review

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And so round 27 of the Premier League came to an end with champions Chelsea getting back to winning ways over bottom of the table West Brom.

Fantasy Football round 23 preview

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We are back to Premier League action this weekend after cup duty ended on Wednesday night with a 0-0 snoozefest between Chelsea and Arsenal in west London.

Fantasy Football review

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And so round 22 of the Premier League came to an end with a tepid draw at Wembley between Spurs and West Ham being lit up by wonder strikes from Heung-Min Son and Pedro Obiang.

Fantasy Football top tips

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After last weekend's disrupted Premier League schedule due to the FA Cup quarter-finals, we are back to a full complement of matches for game week 29.

Manager of the Month; February

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Get your fantasy team in order for the New Year with this advice from St. Anthony's & Claddagh Credit Union

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It is a New Year and time to finally sort out your diet, exercise regime and of course fantasy football team.

The Olympics doesn’t fire the imagination anymore

We tend to look at Olympic Games through the glass prism of the rose-tinted glasses. I remember seeing my first colour TV while watching the athletics at the Munich Olympics. It was the era of the flares, the locks. It was a rare look at events that happened somewhere else across the world and we were watching it. Remember these were days not long after the wonderment of the moon landings. Our brains were sponges for saturation of colour, of exoticism. The only live events on television were All-Ireland semis and finals, the FA cup finals, the European Cup finals and the Eurovision.

Choose The Snug for live music and sport this weekend

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The Snug has an abundance of live music and sport on offer to keep you entertained this coming weekend.

Football, soccer, and singing at The Snug Bar this weekend

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.

Terryland Park

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In ancient times, Galway was known as Streamstown because the lower Galway River divided into many streams, thus creating a system of islands. The area was known as ‘Tír Oileáin’, the land of islands. Two place names survive from that period, Tirellan and Terryland.

 

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