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Athlone Community Radio back on the air

Athlone Community Radio, currently broadcasting online, is delighted to announce that it will be back broadcasting live on air on 88.4FM from today, Friday May 22 until June 20 after being awarded a 30 day temporary licence from the Broadcasting Commission of Ireland.

Athlone Community Radio puts the record straight

Athlone Community Radio is back on air until June 20 after being awarded a 30 day temporary license from the Broadcasting Commission of Ireland.

Athlone Town fans have chance to travel to the cup game in style

Athlone Town fans can take the stress out of getting to Morton Stadium for the upcoming FAI Ford Cup game, with thanks to Ford, proud sponsors of the FAI Cup.

Athlone Town host Sunderland XI this weekend

Athlone Town play host to a Sunderland XI this Sunday in Athlone Town Stadium. The XI which will be managed by Keith Berschin, will contain players that have all had Premiership experience along with the best of their up and coming stars.  

United’s scrap for points intensifies

It has been a difficult couple of weeks both on and off the field for Galway United, but tomorrow’s encounter with Shamrock Rovers at Terryland Park offers an ideal opportunity to deliver an improved performance.

Foster steers United through choppy waters

Tuesday night’s thrilling success in the north west confirmed many things, but the two most relevant were that Galway’s players can deliver under pressure and that manager Ian Foster is a canny operator.

Attitude Dance Company appointed official cheerleaders to Athlone Town FC

Athlone Town FC has announced the appointment of Attitude Dance Company as the official cheerleaders for the football club.

Foster expects a tricky test in the Showgrounds

Over the past couple of years Connacht derbies involving Sligo Rovers and Galway United have rarely been short on importance, and tomorrow’s encounter at the Showgrounds carries real significance.

United’s destiny now in its own hands

Though severely restricted by the absence of its regular central defensive partnership, Galway United will still be intent on landing a victory in tomorrow’s Terryland Park encounter with Cork City.


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