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Tomorrow will see a novel pairing in this year’s Connacht Colleges Senior C Hurling final, as Ballyhaunis Community School make the journey to Kenny Park in Athenry to play Mercy College, Woodford.
The Galway senior hurlers and their loyal supporters will head down the motorway from Gort this Sunday morning to face Kilkenny in the league semi-final at the Gaelic Grounds in Limerick (2pm).
St Gerald’s College, Castlebar, will be packing their bags and making the long trip to Nenagh tomorrow to take on the three times in a row Corn Uí Mhuirí champions Pobalscoil Chorca Dhuibhne at 3.15pm with a place in the Hogan Cup final up for grabs. The Kerry side claimed their provincial title with a win over De La Salle Macroom from Cork, with a five point win in Killarney three weeks ago on a score of 3-14 to 3-9. The Kerry side are managed by current Kerry senior football manager Eamon Fitzmaurice, while St Gerald’s are once again under the guidance of Daniel Forde and Tom Naughton, with Ger McDonnagh and Neil Douglas also coaching the team. Gerald’s picked up their second Connacht senior championship in a row a fortnight ago with a hard-fought win over St Attracta’s, Tubbercurry, putting together their first two in a row in the competition since 1996 and 1997 when they went all the way to the Hogan Cup final, before losing to St Patrick’s Academy, Dungannon. Last year Gerald’s fell short at the semi-final stage losing 3-8 to 1-7 to the eventual winners St Patrick’s Maghera, while Pobalscoil Chorca Dhuibhne lost out to St Patrick’s, Navan, in their semi-final.
First division league champions Maree will host Dublin’s DCU Saints in a new end-of-season competition, the Champions’ Trophy.
Residential estates across Salthill, Knocknacarra, and The Claddagh could be provided with funding of up to €1.5 million over the next five years to tackle local issues.
Medtronic senior hurlers retained their county interfirms title when they had eight points to spare over an understrength Galway Teachers in Clarenbridge on Saturday.
Ahead of the Galway Sea Festival taking place on the June Bank Holiday weekend, the Marine Institute, GMIT, NUIG, Irish Wildlife Trust, and Galway Atlantaquaria are combining efforts to offer families a chance to explore one of Galway city’s most important and exciting habitats - the beach. Explore the Shore Beach Safari will commence at 11.30am at Grattan Beach, Salthill on Sunday May 26 and everybody is welcome to come along and explore the shore.
Five individuals in Galway made tax settlements totalling just over €920,000 in the last quarter of 2012, figures released by the Revenue this week reveal.
Corinthians put down a strong marker in their opening All Ireland League division 2a fixture with a comprehensive 33-15 victory over Del La Salle Palmerston at Cloonacauneen Park on Saturday.
Twelve women, 12 scenes, one goal, to raise much needed funds for Western Alzeheimers - this is the aim of the charity calendar ‘Sharing the Care’ which will be launched at O’Dea’s Hotel, Bride Street, Loughrea on Friday, September 14 at 8pm.