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Connacht facing time out after letting Munster off the hook

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hree-week break from action after the French government called a halt to its teams playing in the European Cup.

Dillon highlights importance of Urban Regeneration funding for Mayo

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Fine Gael TD, Alan Dillon, has ramped-up pressure on the prioritisation of the two projects to be awarded funding from the soon to be announced Urban Regeneration and Development Fund.

Festive fare begins at the Sportsground with Ulster's visit

No rest for Connacht. After two tough Heineken Champions Cup fixtures, Andy Friend's squad will have little festive fare as they prepare for the first of the seasonal interprovincials, starting on Sunday at the Sportsground against Ulster (7.35pm).

Better day ahead for Connacht after Cardiff disappointment

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Sometimes it must feel like one step forward and two back for Connacht Rugby. After a deserved opening PRO14 victory against Glasgow at the Sportsground, Connacht unexpectedly fell by 29-7 to Cardiff in Rodney Parade.

United take home the points and go clear at the top

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Those who came to Belleek on Saturday evening and were hoping to see a goal fest, were sorely disappointed.

Westport book provincial final spot after shoot-out victory

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Westport United are on course for a crack at provincial glory after their penalty-shootout win over West United in the TP Brennan Connacht Cup semi-final last Sunday.

Leonard goal put Rabbitt's ladies top

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Galway Ladies have gone top of the division one table thanks to a facile 1-12 to 0-4 win over Tipperary, and Cork’s surprise loss to Donegal at the weekend.

Connacht not getting carried away with big win as they head to Edinburgh

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Connacht's recent winning form will be tested to the hilt when they face PRO14 in-conference leaders Edinburgh tomorrow evening in Murrayfield (7.35pm).

Daly calls for protest to stop pension age Increase

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Next year the age at which a person qualifies for a state pension will increase to 67. Each year’s increase in the pension age costs a worker €12,911 a year. So, next year, the Irish state will save €25,822 for every worker in the country.

Connacht will need to play smart to limit damage against rampant Leinster

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Connacht have heaped more pressure on themselves as they head to the capital for Saturday's final festive PRO14 interprovincial after recording losses to both Munster and Ulster this Christmas.

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