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One hundred and forty nine years ago, Captain Wilson Lynch offered the use of one hundred and sixty acres of his family land on the outskirts of Galway city to host the Galway races. Hence the name for the new building which racegoers will see for the first time next week.
Coral Leisure Centre, Ballinasloe, has received a substantial investment for the upgrade of the entire facility.
The All-Ireland Minor Gaelic Football Championship for under-18 boys was introduced in the late 1920s by the GAA, the first champions were Clare in 1929.
Bruce Betting are opening their seventeenth shop, and our second branch in Galway City, in Galway Shopping Centre, beside Supermac’s. They opened their flagship store in Liosban Retail park in 2009 and feel this new unit is a great strategic move, tying the two shops in the city together.
The World Record attempt of 1,000 people knitting simultaneously is making waves across the country, with the event being discussed on radio, TV, and online.
The boom of betting shops in towns and cities throughout Ireland in recent years has not only highlighted the high level of gambling in the country, but also raised concerns over the changing face of high streets where several bookmaker outlets have set up.
Galway bookmaker Alan Mulholland representing John Mulholland Bookmaker was recently involved in what was a historic move for the Irish betting industry when his company joined six other Irish independent bookmakers to form an online presence called BetPack.com.
It was enough to bring a tear to the eye of the hardest cynic. In the midst of all the current disasters it was heart-warming to hear that at least one group is doing its best to spread a little cheer among the population.
County Kilkenny continued their stream of good luck when two Kilkenny natives scooped €20,000 each when they played the Jackpot at Gowran Park.
A Mayo man is one of seven Paddy Power punters fighting to be the Last Man Standing in the bookies’ nationwide football competition in which one lucky customer will walk away with €50,000 prize money.