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In 1947 the Railway Cup crossed the Shannon for the first time. The team were all from Galway. They had beaten Leinster in the semi-final by a score of 2 – 6 to 2 – 5. The man of the match in that game was Paddy Gantley. He gave another memorable display on Easter Sunday when he lined out against Munster in the final. His name used to appear on match programmes as ‘P. Gardiner’ because he was a priest, and not supposed to play hurling.
Bank of Ireland has launched its second National Enterprise Week which will feature more than 60 tailored advice seminars along with showcasing opportunities in branches for business owners, taking place across its retail branch network from Monday May 24 to Friday May 28. The week long initiative, which is open to both customers and non-customers, is being held as part of the bank’s ongoing commitment to actively support business recovery in the SME sector by providing them with the necessary financial support and practical advice during the current challenging trading environment.
On a day when the Magners League was being hailed as a real force in world rugby, Connacht revelled in their own fortune with the continued sponsorship from the Bank of Ireland.