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One of Galway's best known soccer players, Faherty enjoyed a lengthy career that earned him selection for the Republic of Ireland at various levels, and taken him to Australia and Cyprus. Faherty is a prolific goalscorer - the third highest scorer in Galway United's history.
Seán Ó Domhnaill All Ireland Gaelic football winner with Galway 1998 and 2001 Club: An Cheathrú Rua. Age 46.
Five Connacht titles, two All Ireland medals 1998 and 2001; and two All Stars.
This week has seen an outpouring of gratitude for a number of Mayo players who have announced their retirement from the inter-county game.
In a year like no other, tomorrow's All Ireland Football Final will be a showpiece like one we've never seen or felt before.
There is no time to rest for Mayo - following last weekend's loss to Tyrone and relegation to division two next year, they have to get back on the horse in double-quick time as the Connacht Championship throws in on Sunday lunch time.
Three friends will let their feet do the talking over the next few weeks as they undertake a novel campaign aimed at raising much-needed funds for counselling services in Connacht, while also raising awareness of community support for those experiencing challenging times.
Mayo Fine Gael TD Alan Dillon, has stressed the importance of connectivity between towns and cities, stating that vital rail infrastructure must be provided in future to ensure that a new, post-Covid-19 economy, can flourish west of the Shannon.
One of the many admirable qualities of the late and unquestionably great John Hume was his ability to listen. As someone once said, courage is what it takes to stand up and speak; courage is also what it takes to sit down and listen. And John Hume possessed both.
The passing of former SDLP leader, John Hume, has resulted in numerous eulogies affording immense credit to the Derry native’s persistent quest towards the achievement of peace and reconciliation during his political career.