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Galwegians 31-5 bonus-point win over Malone in Belfast keeps them on top of the UBL Division 1B with two games remaining.
Galwegians delivered a decisive blow to opponents Ballymena in the fight for UBL League honours when they edged the home side by 25-17 on Saturday.
After two unexpected losses, Galwegians found their winning form on Saturday in a tough battle with UL Bohemians in Thomond Park.
Galwegians head to Limerick to face struggling UL Bohs on Saturday, but will not be taking anything for granted after suffering their third successive loss last weekend.
Galwegians survived a tough test against Garryowen, winning by 10-6, to maintain pole position in their Ulster Bank League season.
Galwegians will be looking to bounce back after suffering their first loss of the Ulster Bank League when Ballymena grabbed pole position of division 1b lost with a last-gasp penalty at Crowley Park on Saturday.
Galwegians enjoyed the perfect start to their Ulster Bank League division 1b campaign when they secured a 25-17 bonus-point win over Dublin University College (Trinity) at Glenina on Saturday.
The Galway sporting world will be getting behind Olympic Boxing Club’s Frankie Cleary who is guaranteed a bronze medal at least at the European Junior Championships in Russia.
During the 1880s and ‘90s a series of Land Acts gradually diffused the sometimes bitter animosity that had grown between landlord and tenant. Over the years new and imaginative legislation dramatically improved the status of the tenant. Improvements for the tenant, however, were gained at the disadvantage of the landlord class. In many cases the Unionist landlord vigorously resisted change. During this bitter time landlords and their agents were murdered, animals were maimed and let loose to wander; there was ‘boycotting’, and heartless evictions. Practically every town and village had its RIC station. These were the eyes and ears of Dublin Castle. Any suspect person, or any unusual activity, was reported. On April 6 1895 RIC district inspector in Kilkenny, Pierris B Pattison, sent a report to Dublin Castle, with photographs, on a case ‘that is remarkable’ and which has caused ‘much public interest and local excitement.’
Galway boxer James ‘Rock’ Cleary, pictured above with his father and brother, battled his way to a well-earned silver medal at last week’s European Schoolboy Championships finals in Grozny, Russia.