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GAA backing of Alan Kerins’ charity shows nice guys do win

One of the long held regrets of those who have participated in Gaelic games over the decades is that the beauty and benefit of the games are in the main confined to this island.

City youth drop-in centre to receive quality award

No 4 Drop-in Centre, a project managed by Galway Diocesan Youth Services, is to receive the Health Quality Mark, Gold Standard, at an award ceremony this week.

Time to enter the Eyre Square poetry competition

TO MARK the second All Ireland Poetry Day, Galway City Council Arts Office and Galway County Arts Office are jointly organising a major poetry competition to be judged by acclaimed poet Nuala Ní Dhomhnaill.

Cameron calls on council to provide sites for clubs

Labour councillor Billy Cameron is calling on the Galway City Council to provide sites for two sports clubs within the city. Galway Kayak Club which previously operated out of the Fisheries Field and the Galway Racing Pigeon Club are currently looking for new sites to cater for increasing membership.

Connacht’s young guns get chance to shine tomorrow

Connacht’s brightest young talent will make their debuts for the province in the last of the three pre-season friendlies tomorrow night at the Galway Sportsground (6.30pm).

SPORTS SHORTS

•Tuam All Stars Gymnastic club members Amy Egan and Stephanie Gilmore, coached by Fionnuala Dooley Duffy, enjoyed success at the Celtic Cup in Cardiff when winning a bronze medal. Tuam All Stars is taking new members in September. Previous experience not required. Minium age five; no maxium age. For further information telephone 087-6521075

Galway Theatre Festival call for scripts

FOLLOWING LAST year’s resounding success, the Galway Theatre Festival returns from October 20 to 24. The festival is now accepting submissions of unproduced scripts, not exceeding 90 minutes in length, for a series of rehearsed readings. Applicants are requested to include a brief account of their writing and theatre experience with their submissions.

First class investment property in prime location

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Tony Joyce of O’Donnellan & Joyce has recently brought to the open market a very spacious four bedroom maisonette located at No 1 Glasleic on the Rahoon Road. The property, which comprises over 1,200sq ft of modern living accommodation is located within five minutes’ walk of NUIG and UCHG.

Celebrate good wine at O’Brien’s opening

O’Brien’s Wine Beer and Spirits has announced the opening of its newest store at the Galway Shopping Centre.

What did your relatives do in the war?

Irishmen, and among them thousands of Galwegians, served in the British Army during the colonial wars, WWI, and WWII, and now the Galway City Museum wants to tell their story.

 

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