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Galway have three weeks to prepare for this year’s TG4 All Ireland Senior Ladies Football Championship semi-final after delivering another winning display last weekend over Monghan.
Based on the McMahon Report, a survey involving the engineers of the Commissioners of Public Works in consultation with local businessmen and anglers, works were undertaken to improve drainage, to facilitate navigation, and to provide waterpower to the many mills in Galway. Waterpower was the bedrock on which the industry of Galway city was based, and by the mid-19th century there were some 30 mills in the city with associated headraces and tailraces which resulted in an intricate network of small waterways, which greatly added to the charm of Galway.
Galway senior ladies have already booked their semi-final place in the Lidl National Football League division one after their 2-14 to 2-9 victory away to Tipperary.
Galway Senior Ladies footballers have a chance to qualify for the league semi-finals when they travel to Tipperary on Saturday (7pm).
The west and east of the county are represented in All Ireland semi-finals on Sunday. An Spidéal take on Naomh Eanna in the intermediate club football championship in Pairc Tailteann, Navan; Oranmore Maree face Noamh Gall in the intermediate hurling championship at Parnell Park, both at 2pm.
Last Sunday was a busy day of Gaelic football in many GAA houses in the county.
CAHERLISTRANE GAA Club will host the premiere of The Pull, a new comic play with a Gaelic games theme, on Friday November 16 at 8pm.