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Four Connacht rugby clubs, Corinthians, Buccaneers, Galwegians and Sligo, are in action on Saturday as the new season’s Ulster Bank League kicks off in Ireland.
A group of students from Colaiste Iognaid (The Jes) proved they could be the legal minds of the future after scooping first place in the National Mock Trials competition last weekend, securing the team’s place in the world Mock Trials finals in New York next October.
St Joseph’s College enjoyed the perfect warm-up at the Boston Scientific Galway Head of the River at the weekend ahead of this week’s trip to Australia.
THE JES Choir and the NUI Galway Medical School Orchestra join forces with Frankie Gavin and Cora and Breda Smyth for a major concert on the university campus.
Having claimed the top school trophy at the Irish Schools’ Rowing Championships last month, Coláiste Iognáid rowers continued their winning streak at the Limerick Regatta on Saturday.
Rowers from Colaiste Iognaid were the overall winners at this year’s Irish Schools Championship Regatta Regatta.
Connacht have a new name on the Connacht Senior Schools Cup for the first time in 35 years as the Marist College finally made the breakthrough in Wednesday’s final at the Galway Sportsground.
Two Connacht youngsters who have taken centre stage this season, Eoin Griffin and David McSharry, have re-signed two-year contracts this week.
The annual Galway Regatta, which holds a special place in the annals of Galway history and an important fixture in the Irish Rowing calendar, takes place on Sunday (June 19).
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