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Galway Grammar School was founded by Erasmus Smith about 1667 in a temporary premises and it moved to High Street about 1684. An entry in the records for January 22 1684 reads: “That Dr. John Coghill be desired to write unto Mr. Patrick Mains in Gallaway that he will more particularly inspect the house there belonging unto Sir Robert Ward concerning the necessary repairs to make it convenient for a school and a commodious dwelling for the schoolmaster and usher and for boarders lodgings that it will amount to.”
Maree’s fine form continues in this season’s National Basketball League.
Galway children’s author and illustrator Derek Mulveen will headline the literary corner at this year’s Milwaukee Irish Fest next month.
The first of a series of books from new Irish brand Eire’s Kids will be launched in Galway next week. Oisin the Brave — Moon Adventure sees Oisín and his dragon, Orane of N'Scaul, travel through the Dolmen of Time to discover the mystery behind a strange flashing light coming from the surface of the moon. The book will be launched in Charlie Byrne’s Bookshop on Saturday November 24 at 11am.
Galway Titans Basketeball Club face a double-header in this weekend’s National League action.
Titans’ winning streak continues as they comfortably beat St Brendan’s Tralee 98-69 in the National Cup quarter-final on Saturday.
Titans extended their nine-game winning streak with a 14-point victory over the current National Cup and League Champions Tolka Rovers in North Dublin on Sunday afternoon.
Never was the phrase ‘defence wins championships’ more appropriate than on Saturday when An Cearnog Nua, Moycullen, staged a magnificent late recovery over local rivals Titans in the National Cup semi-final in Castleisland.
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