Search Results for 'Connacht Senior Club Hurling Championship'

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Saw Docs gigs CoDoctors to play three times in Galway in 2016

The Saw Doctors will be playing three times in Galway by the end of 2016 after huge demand saw their Christmas concert at Seapoint Ballroom on December 29 sell out in under 10 minutes last Friday.

Commercial vacancy rate in Galway is higher than national average

The commercial vacancy rate in Galway in Q2 2016 was 15.3%, above the national average of 13.1%. Commercial vacancy rates in Ireland have increased, from 12.6% in Q2 2015 to 13.1% in Q2 2016 according to new research published by GeoDirectory this week. 28,615 of the 219,176 commercial address points in Ireland were vacant.

More than 1,500 Galway homes to be taken in charge by city and county councils

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MORE THAN 1,500 households in estates in Galway city and county will finally be taken in charge by the local authorities following the announcement of Government funding.

Galway athletes on track

Galway had two winners at the universities track and field championships in Santry at the weekend.

Galway basketball teams advance to finals

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Three Galway teams have booked their places in Basketball Ireland cup finals after the Hula Hoops National Cup semi-finals took place in Cork over the weekend .


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Guinness®, proud partner of the GAA in Ireland, is offering Galway Advertiser readers the chance to win a pair of tickets to the GAA Hurling All Ireland Final, where Galway will face Kilkenny, on Sunday, 6th September at Croke Park.

Senior hurling championship throws in this weekend

The Galway senior hurling championship kicks off this weekend with 10 senior games down for decision.

Hurling championship recommences

Turloughmore’s appeal against their explusion from the Galway Senior Hurling Championship has been lost.

Senior hurling championship on hold

Turloughmore have been thrown out of the Galway SHC for a second time, but the dispute which brought the county championship to a standstill shows no sign of coming to an end.

Ballyhaunis look for final berth

There is not much time to rest in the east Mayo town of Ballyhaunis these days, fresh off the back of county title success for the intermediate footballers and senior hurlers the small matter of Connacht success is up for grabs for both teams over the next few weeks.


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