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Galwegians secured a second consecutive bonus point win at home when they ran out comfortable 36-12 winners over bottom-of-the-table Ballina in the Energia AIL Division 2B at Crowley Park on Saturday.
School and college has restarted for the numerous young people around Galway, the last dying embers of sunlight seems to have completely disappeared, and everybody's chilled out existence that only the months of June, July, and August can create, has been replaced by the daily grind of work. Summer has ended folks and as many believe, the season of festivals in Galway has concluded too.
Caprice has been a favourite with Galwegians and accidental passers-by with its great menus since its opening a couple of years back. The first thing you notice about Caprice is that the interior looks like a Pinterest board dream, all calm colours and twinkling lights. It is clear that a great deal of thought has gone into this design. Located at the corner of Church Lane and Market Street, Caprice has added to this area of town. It is a bit off the beaten path, but that doesn't seem to put many people off visiting. A good menu often trumps an out of the way address.
BUCCANEERS 16 CORINTHIANS 14
After eight straight losses, Galwegians managed their first win of the season at home to Nenagh Ormond on Saturday, claiming the points by 20-12.
It is not difficult to see why Old Mervue has become so popular with first time buyers and investors, as this mature residential estate still remains affordable despite its convenience to the city centre, local shopping centres, and some of Galway’s largest employers, Boston Scientific, Hewlett Packard, and Thermo King on its doorstep.
A site with planning permission for 61 houses in Moycullen has been placed on the market for €2.7million.
Galway will be represented at the weekend's All-Ireland Handball 60x30 doubles finals in two age categories.