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Galway WFC open their first campaign in the Bus Eireann Women's National League in less than two weeks when they host Wexford Youths at Eamonn Deacy Park.
A newly-formed senior soccer club, Galway WFC, is issuing a call to the Galway business community to support bringing Women’s National League football to Galway this September.
The stage is set for a weekend of high-octane motorsport action, as the McWilliam Park Hotel and Fleet Transport magazine Mayo Stages Rally arrives into town today. With many of the best rally drivers and state-of-the-art rally cars set to do battle over 120 kilometres of special stages to the north of Claremorris, there promises to be spills and thrills aplenty before the action concludes back at rally headquarters The McWilliam Park Hotel on Sunday evening.
Athlone Town FC have appointed John Croghan as club chairman following their AGM with Damien Milton in the role of vice-chairman. Tommy O’Neill is the club secretary with John Comber elected as treasurer, and Tony Knight is the club’s president.
Galway county football champions Corofin were stunned on Tuesday afternoon when receiving an email from Connacht Council informing them their fine had been increased by another €500 after the club’s Monday night appeal.
Gort are the county senior hurling champions for the first time in 28 years after a magnificent victory over All-Ireland champions Clarinbridge on Sunday afternoon in Pearse Stadium.
A large number of members from Mayo AC are getting ready to take on the challenge of the 2011 Dublin Marathon on Monday morning. Almost half of those who are taking part have come into running through the Mayo Fit4Life scheme in Claremorris, Ballinrobe and Castlebar. The women’s senior team consists of Ann McDonnell, Maggie Heneghan, Kathy Connolly, Patricia Gallagher, Paula Prendergast and Yvonne Byrne. The women’s o-40 team is made up of Gwen Daly, Anne Fahy Ronayne, Pauline Joyce, Mary Walsh, Chris Gallagher and Mary Murphy. The senior men’s team is Damien Glacken, Brendan Harrison, Gerry Corley and John Byrne, while the o-50 side consists of Brian Cusack, John Timothy, Jimmy Feeney, Billy Gallagher, Owen Mongan, Chris O’Connell and Tom Hunt.
All proceeds of the Ballintubber GAA lotto for the week October 9 to 16 will be donated to the Mayo Down Syndrome Association.
Piltown v St Patrick’s Ballyragget
Galway hurling has secured a sponsorship deal with Aer Lingus for three years - the first of its kind for the national carrier.