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Galwegians RFC season kicks off with rugby for all on Saturday (September 4) at Crowley Park.
Iarnród Éireann has announced travel arrangements for the Ireland v Andorra football international on Tuesday next September 7at the Aviva Stadium in Dublin.
•Knocknacarra FC pre-season training commenced this week for all adult (junior) teams on Tuesday and also today (Thursday) in Cappagh Park at 7pm. The club hopes to enter three adult teams in the Galway & District League for the forthcoming season. Registration for all underage teams takes place at the clubhouse in Cappagh park tomorrow (Friday) from 7pm to 9pm and Saturday from 1pm to 3pm . For more information contact Mike 086-8521312 .The club is also on the lookout for coaches at all levels. Contact club secretary John O'Donovan 086-2391418 .
Former Connacht coach Michael Bradley is being touted as a possible coach of New Zealand Super 14 side the Blues.
One Graiguenamanagh man’s enthralling journey has taken him from the pristine greens of Mount Juliet to the well-groomed pitches of South Africa’s world cup stadia, via the hallowed turf of Croke Park.
The pupils of third and fourth class at St Leonard’s National School in Dunnamaggin achieved All-Ireland glory at the Aviva Stadium when they took the honours at the recent Lidl Fit Factor Competition.
“Not quite Croke Park, but the Aviva Stadium”, is how triAthlone chairman Liam Heavin is describing the 50,000-strong influx of visitors expected over the four days of this year’s European Triathlon Championships.
Sport must continue to be top of the agenda in Westmeath. This was the message legendary Republic of Ireland goalkeeper Packie Bonner was keen to drive home to our county councillors this week.