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A highly satisfactory National League campaign concluded for Galway with a 3-25 to 2-22 victory over Cork on Sunday that saw Shane O’Neill’s men top Group A and, for now, claim the joint winners tag with Kilkenny.
Having seen off Waterford last Sunday in some style, Galway still have a decent chance of claiming top spot in division 1A, and perhaps a place in a decider further down the road, when they travel to take on Cork in Páirc Uí Chaoimh on Sunday (1.45pm).
GAA president Larry McCarthy visited the planned Renville Sports & Community Grounds of excellence on Monday and immediately made one local man happy, when he pulled the winning name in the Oranmore-Maree GAA One Club’s fundraising draw.
GALWAY 4-28 WATERFORD 3-23
Galway Community College of Further Education (GCC) continues to offer full-time courses in a wide variety of career areas designed as a step towards skilled employment, in preparation of starting an apprenticeship, or progression to further and higher education. All one-year courses offer a mix of blended learning, with work experience which gives the opportunity to people, who are unsure of their career path, to taste a vocational area before committing to a longer course. These courses are aimed at Leaving Certificate graduates, mature learners, and anyone finding themselves unemployed or facing uncertain job security, this is the perfect time to reevaluate their options regarding their future career paths.
Students from Mayo have taken first prize in Intellectual Property Awards in both the Junior and Senior categories at the National Final of this year’s Student Enterprise Programme.
After a dismal performance against reigning league champions Kerry, Galway now face a crucial game against local rivals Roscommon when Pearse Stadium hosts the round two clash for the division one south teams at 2pm this Sunday.
Saturday afternoon is going to be a busy day on the inter-county scene, with the Mayo senior footballers getting their league campaign up and running, and the senior hurlers taking on Roscommon in their second league game.
A thirty-point winning margin for the Galway hurlers over Westmeath on Saturday afternoon ensured the relevant boxes were ticked for manager Shane O’Neill, who was pleased with his side’s application after an unsurprisingly sluggish start.