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Wegians’ cup runneth over

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Galwegians centre Jerome Harrimate was named the division 2a Player of the Year at the Ulster Bank Rugby Awards in Dublin.

Wegian women win All Ireland Cup

Galwegians’ women won their first All-Ireland Cup at Templeville Road on Saturday, overcoming Highfield 13-7 in a closely-fought final.

Eoin Joyce — Clonbur to the core

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Eoin Joyce has been steeped in Gaelic football all his life. There was no avoiding it, it is in his DNA.

Galwegians seek first win

Galwegians, still searching for their first win of this season’s Ulster Bank League, face another difficult assignment this weekend. They face one of last season’s newly promoted sides, Belfast Harlequins, on Saturday in Crowley Park, desperate to kick start their division 1b campaign.

Cup action for Galway basketball clubs

Several Galway basketball clubs will be in action over the coming weeks in national cup events.

SPORTS SHORTS

•A novel scrappage scheme for hurling helmets, supported by Galway star Joe Canning, is due to start nationwide in the near future. The scheme, which will run until February 21, will enable players to scrap any make or model of helmet, with or without a faceguard, and receive a discount on a new MARC IS355 certified helmet. In addition, MARC Sports’ chosen children’s charity, Make-A-Wish®, Ireland; will receive a donation for every helmet that is scrapped.Speaking about the first scrappage scheme run for hurling helmets, director general of the GAA, Paraic Duffy commented “MARC Sports is to be commended for launching this innovative scheme, which will ultimately increase the safety of our playing members. The IS355 approved hurling helmet is an important standard for the use of helmets and we wish MARC Sports every success with this campaign.”

SPORTS SHORTS

•A novel scrappage scheme for hurling helmets, supported by Galway star Joe Canning, is due to start nationwide in the near future. The scheme, which will run until February 21, will enable players to scrap any make or model of helmet, with or without a faceguard, and receive a discount on a new MARC IS355 certified helmet. In addition, MARC Sports’ chosen children’s charity, Make-A-Wish®, Ireland; will receive a donation for every helmet that is scrapped.Speaking about the first scrappage scheme run for hurling helmets, director general of the GAA, Paraic Duffy commented “MARC Sports is to be commended for launching this innovative scheme, which will ultimately increase the safety of our playing members. The IS355 approved hurling helmet is an important standard for the use of helmets and we wish MARC Sports every success with this campaign.”

 

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