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Westmeath property prices decline in first quarter of calendar year

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Property prices in Westmeath have fallen by €7,525 in Q1 2021, according to the latest MyHome.ie Property Report.

GAA Congress decision will dilute Galway hurling's top tier

Galway is up in arms with the GAA's recent move to limit the number of senior teams in county championships throughout the country.

Galway GAA announce details of March for Maroon

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Galway GAA has announced details of its ‘March for Maroon’ fundraiser which will take place this month.

New officers appointed to Westmeath GAA managerial team

Two new officers were recently added to the Westmeath GAA managerial team.

Galway's Daithi Burke celebrates fifth hurling All Star

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Daithi Burke was the sole Galway player selected on this year's All Star team, which was dominated by All Ireland champions Limerick.

Westmeath property prices declined during final quarter of past year

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Residential property prices in Westmeath declined by €5,000 during the final quarter of 2020, according to the most recent MyHome.ie Property Report in association with Davy.

New-look hurling panel

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Manager Shane O'Neill has made a handful of changes to the Galway senior hurling panel in advance of the 2021 National Hurling League.

Galway passes out Cork to become second most expensive rental location

In new figures released by the Rental Tenancy Board, renting in Galway now ranks at an average of €1,269 per month. This means that for the first time ever, Galway City rents are on average above Cork City which stands at €1,220 per month.

GAA to hold special remote congress

The GAA is expecting no games will take place before July this year, but will hold a special congress to look at changing competition structures.

St Thomas slight favourites but it's all to play for in repeat of last year's hurling final

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For only the ninth time in the history of the competition, the finalists from a year ago will go head-to-head for the second consecutive year in the Galway senior hurling final as St Thomas and Liam Mellows renew acquaintances in Pearse Stadium on Sunday (2.30pm).

 

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