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Corofin collect their fourth provincial title and edge towards Clann na Gael’s record

Winning a provincial title at club level is a great honour and Galway county champions Corofin annexed their fourth Connacht title last Sunday when easily defeating Eastern Harps from Sligo.

Local playground company showcases cutting edge equipment at Young Scientist Exhibition

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A Galway based playground company showcased cutting edge play equipment with integrated technology to challenge teenagers both intellectually and physically at the Young Scientist and Technology Exhibition recently.

Galway v Dublin provides highlight of weekend’s NFL action

It is funny what makes you feel loved and appreciated. I have just spent the last 20 minutes talking to God on the big white telephone with our three-years-old Neasa rubbing my back, giving me hugs, and telling me that it will be OK.. “You’ll be better soon…” was the recurring mantra.

It’s a weekend worth fighting off the flu for

It is funny what makes you feel loved and appreciated. I have just spent the last 20 minutes talking to God on the big white telephone with our three-years-old Neasa rubbing my back, giving me hugs, and telling me that it will be OK. “You’ll be better soon…” was the recurring mantra.

It’s a weekend worth fighting off the flu for

It is funny what makes you feel loved and appreciated. I have just spent the last 20 minutes talking to God on the big white telephone with our three-years-old Neasa rubbing my back, giving me hugs, and telling me that it will be OK. “You’ll be better soon…” was the recurring mantra.

Galway v Dublin is highlight of weekend fare

It’s funny what makes you feel loved and appreciated. I have just spent the last 20 minutes talking to God on the big white telephone with our three-year-old Neasa rubbing my back, giving me hugs, and telling me that it will be OK... “You’ll be better soon…” was the recurring mantra. 

The Glynn Cup, 50 years on

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Johnny Glynn was only 46 when he died on January 10 1959, midway through his term as president of the Irish Rugby Football Union. He was a director of Glynn’s famous fancy goods and toy shop on William Street (where you could buy tickets for rugby internationals). He was educated at the Bish, played rugby for Galwegians and Connacht (12 caps), became a well known referee, served in various offices including president of his club, and dedicated himself to the advancement of the game of rugby in Connacht. He was a modest man who preferred to work away in the background and demanded only that there be no departure from the spirit of the game, no lapse from the fundamental decency of rugby football.

From father to son

The GAA has lots of quirky things in its make-up. Topics and questions that make people quiz themselves and smile and wonder aloud.

From father to son

The GAA has lots of quirky things in its make-up. Topics and questions that make people quiz themselves and smile and wonder aloud.

From father to son

The GAA has lots of quirky things in its make-up. Topics and questions that make people quiz themselves and smile and wonder aloud.

 

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