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Galway u-21 footballers face tough test in Sligo

The Galway u-21 footballers travel to Sligo this Saturday to take on the home side in the Connacht semi-final at 2.30pm.

Killererin’s experience and guile difficult to beat

Mountbellew/Moylough v Killererin

Seventy five years in business — John Mulholland Bookmaker joins major online presence

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Galway bookmaker Alan Mulholland representing John Mulholland Bookmaker was recently involved in what was a historic move for the Irish betting industry when his company joined six other Irish independent bookmakers to form an online presence called BetPack.com.

Salthill u-21s hit St Michael’s for four

Last Sunday morning fog and frost covered Salthill’s home pitch where they took on St Michael’s in an eagerly-awaited first round of the county u-21 championship.

Oughterard celebrates with over-40 match

The highlight of Oughterard GAA’s centenary year takes place this weekend with its Centenary Social on Saturday evening.

Back on the road again

I always feel a little sad taking down the tree on Little Christmas.

Galway minor footballers prepare for interesting adventure

How can a minor manager make an impact? Delivering purposeful footballing teams? Cultivating talent? Ultimately Gerry Fahy craves to aid players on their career adventures. Considering Fahy’s coaching pedigree it is certainly an achievable mission.

Forget those post-Christmas blues and get back on the road again

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I always feel a little sad taking down the tree on "Little Christmas".

Back on the road again

I always feel a little sad taking down the tree on “Little Christmas”. Once the decorations and sparkling lights are boxed away and the tree has been dragged un-ceremoniously out the door (or window) for the nearest collection point, there can be no denying that all the razzmatazz, hullabaloo and magic of Santa is over for another 11 months. Last Tuesday evening in the Silke household was even more poignant than normal as our five year-old-daughter was let stay-up late to help packing the crib and taking down the tree. As the tree was carried out shedding needles at an enormous rate, she too shed a few tears and was very, very sad that her tree — the one she had picked on her own with the help of the nice Coillte man — was now dead.

Hector is special guest at Cheltenham preview night

Hector O hEochagáin will be the special guest at a Cheltenham charity preview night in the Salthill Hotel on Sunday March 1 at 8pm.

 

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