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Corofin have been crowned Galway senior ladies football champions after overcoming St Brendan’s by a goal, 2-9 to 1-9 at Monivea on Sunday.
THE VERY best names in Irish and international comedy - performing stand-up shows in the Róisín Dubh - will feature on your TV screens over the next few weeks.
Goya’s in Kirwan’s Lane has expanded its range of foods to include dinners to go. All the meals are cooked on site with the same attention to raw ingredients as if cooking at home. There is also an interesting range of salads that you can purchase by weight and when I asked Emer, the proprietor, why they are any different from their competitors, she said that it is the attention to small details like boiling the potatoes with their skins on before chopping into potato salad, or shredding all the cabbage by hand. Some of the dishes are: chicken in coconut, chilli, and lime, buttered squash and chorizo risotto, pork in cider sauce with roast vegetables, and Moroccan spiced lamb. The dinners are €8.50 each and if you are fairly local they will also deliver. As the selection varies it is a good idea to phone first on (091) 567010. They have a special offer of two free desserts if you purchase two dinners, which means you have dinner for two for €17 — not bad. The dinners are also available in Alan and Susan’s pantry in Oranmore and McCambridge’s in Shop Street.
Eleanor Tiernan is a beautiful, smart, funny woman from Athlone, Co Roscommon, Ireland.
Jamie Murphy (11) from Graiguenamanagh who underwent life saving surgery less than two weeks ago, has returned home after her lengthy ordeal safe and well.
Brave 11-year old Jamie Murphy has travelled to London for the second time to undergo an operation to correct a curve in her spine on Saturday at Great Ormonde Street Hospital in London.
However, Jamie is very anxious to get back to school as she misses her friends.
Eleven-year-old Jamie Murphy from Graiguenamanagh, Co Kilkenny, who has just come through lifesaving surgery in London’s Great Ormond St Hospital, was horrified that her hero Tommy Walsh was ‘attacked’ during the All-Ireland final.
It’s great to have a good news story on the front page of the paper this week - in fact that’s two weeks in a row, which is pretty good going at these times!
Eleven-year-old Jamie Murphy who has made a dramatic recovery following an operation to correct a severe curve in her spine, is to attend the Share a Dream Foundation’s Dream Ball next weekend where she will receive an award for courage.