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The Connemara Coast Hotel listed in McKennas’ Guide for seventh successive year

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The Connemara Coast Hotel has been listed in the McKennas’ Guide for the seventh consecutive year. The Guides written by John and Sally McKenna have acquired a reputation as the most original and imitated guidebooks to Ireland.

Celebrate your child’s special day at the Connemara Coast Hotel

Your child’s Communion day is a wonderful family celebration and an occasion for you and your family to celebrate. The Connemara Coast Hotel located just 10 mins from the city centre, set on the shores of Galway Bay is the perfect setting for you and your family to celebrate your childs’ special day.

Celebrate your child’s special day at the Connemara Coast Hotel

Your child’s Communion day is a wonderful family celebration and an occasion for you and your family to celebrate. The Connemara Coast Hotel located just 10 mins from the city centre, set on the shores of Galway Bay is the perfect setting for you and your family to celebrate your childs’ special day.

Connemara hotel scoops top prize

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A Galway hotel has scooped a top award for the standard of its accommodation.

Williams back at Kilkenny camogie helm

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Kilmacow man Brendan Williams has been named as the new Kilkenny senior camogie manager, succeeding Ann Downey who stepped down after four seasons in charge.

Galway must step it up when they face the Cats

The Galway senior camogie team will be given a good indication of their current form when they take on Kilkenny in round six of the All-Ireland championship on Saturday in Duggan Park (4pm).

Dublin’s victory sets up an intriguing Leinster Final battle

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Before a ball was pucked in this year’s championship I predicted that the better quality games might come in the race for the Bob O'Keeffe Cup. So far I've been off the mark, after watching six championship games, three in each Province, the higher intensity and more enjoyable clashes have come from the Munster action. I may have got all my predictions right last weekend but I didn't see the games panning out the way they did.

Kittens capture camogie Legends title

Kilkenny were crowned the 2011 Legends Champions after a pulsating clash with arch rivals Galway at St Jude’s GAA Club, Dublin on Saturday last.

Camogie Legends Cup named for former member

The inaugural Camogie Legends tournament will take place on Saturday, March 5 at St Jude’s GAA Club in Templeogue, Dublin.

Tipp head for the semi's as proud Galway head home for the races

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Last Sunday’s classic quarter final clash between Tipperary and Galway enhanced the notion that the real hurling doesn't swing into action until all the back doors have been closed. This is the game we have been waiting for to finally ignite the year.

 

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