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Another critical contest in Galway United's SSE Airtricity League premier division season is scheduled for tomorrow evening when Tommy Dunne's side host Bray Wanderers at Eamonn Deacy Park.
JOHN GRANT will now headline the Galway International Arts Festival Big Top concert in the Fisheries Field this evening after Sinéad O'Connor was forced to pull out due to illness.
FAI Cup football makes a welcome return to Eamonn Deacy Park tomorrow evening (7.45pm) when Galway United host non league Wexford outfit, North End United, on the Dyke Road.
Having cruised to a convincing SSE Airtricity League premier division 5-0 win at the Carlisle Grounds on Saturday against Bray Wanderers, Galway United will be keen to deliver a similarly dynamic display when St Patrick's Athletic visit Eamonn Deacy Park tomorrow (7.45pm).
ALAN CARR, the British comedian and host of the brilliant Channel 4 chat show Chatty Man, is coming to Galway in 2015 to perform his new stand-up show Yap, Yap, Yap!.
Sometimes a feeling abounds that Galway does not punch the weight it should, that there is something amiss, divisive, unhealthy even, that eats at the heart of every concerted effort to make this city better. It is not a begrudgery. It is something more than that. A sort of reticence in the drive to improve things, to make Galway a city like all the others. There are many reasons for this. There are many objections to key infrastructural advancements, but this in itself is not solely a bad thing. It is an opinionated city, though often the balance of opinion lies with those who pose an alternative view, based on the perception of the world, rather than on how it is viewed or needed locally.
The decision by Galway FC's board of directors to rename the club Galway United for next season’s SSE Airtricity League has been greeted positively by football followers ahead of tomorrow's promotion play-off first leg against Shelbourne (7.45pm).
Galway Real Estate has brought to the market four lovely townhouses on the Dyke Road.
SSE Airtricity League first division football returns to Eamonn Deacy Park on Sunday when Galway FC host Wexford Youths at the Dyke Road venue at 3pm.
Galway has jumped seven points to 21st place in the latest survey from the Irish Business Against Litter group securing its current status as the cleanest of Ireland’s four main cities.