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Are ya ready to be part of this new blood to shake up Irish politics? Have ya thought about it? Did ya get the call, did ya get the call? Lucinda was in town last night, with the little red book. Maybe your number was in it. Maybe she's fond of ya. Maybe you’ll get the call for BootupdaArseIreland. Tog out. Warm up. Slap those calves. Throw on the wintercream. And then Mike Fitzmaurice joining up with your man with the plummy voice from Wickla, Ross. Sure you have to get the call. Ireland’s call. Your role in history. This is your moment. New party. Wow. Maybe more. Jaypers I never thought we'd see the day when you might be asked to join a party. Sit by the phone and wait.
Time to peer into that crystal ball again. No, not the one in the Treasure Chest window. Here’s a taste of what we can expect in the year ahead.
Former Minister, European Commissioner and Galway West TD Maire Geoghegan-Quinn strongly denied last evening that she had an Ansbacher account or a Guinness and Mahon bank account.
Galway county councillors paid warm tributes to Des Joyce after he was co-opted on to the council at this week’s local authority meeting. Mr Joyce fills the seat which was left vacant by Independent representative Michael Fitzmaurice following his elevation to the Dail. Mr Fitzmaurice was elected to the county council earlier this year to represent the Tuam municipal district but won the Dail by-election held in Roscommon/South Leitrim following the departure of Luke ‘Ming’ Flanagan to Europe.
Galway FC take a two-goal lead to Tolka Park for tomorrow evening's SSE Airtricity League promotion-play off second leg, but manager Tommy Dunne insists the Tribesmen will not adopt a defensive approach at the Drumcondra venue.
Four SSE Airtricity League first division wins in a row ensure Galway FC will make the long trek to St Colman's Park on Saturday evening to face Cobh Ramblers loaded with confidence.
Galway FC face a demanding FAI Ford Cup third round clash against SSE Airtricity League premier division table toppers Dundalk tomorrow at Oriel Park.
Having slipped to fourth place following two consecutive SSE Airtricity League first division defeats, Galway FC will be hoping to post a positive result on Saturday evening against Longford Town at City Calling Stadium.
Disappointed with last Friday's unfortunate defeat to Shelbourne, Galway FC will be keen to summon a positive response tomorrow when visiting Ferrycarrig Park for a crucial SSE Airtricity League first division encounter with Wexford Youths.
Important matches are occurring every week for Galway FC, who make the long trek to Ballybofey tomorrow for another vital SSE Airtricity League first division encounter with Finn Harps.