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Celtic back in action after winter break

 

Westmeath to host week-long FAI footy fest

The county will become the centre of Irish football next week when the Football Association of Ireland hosts a festival of football and its AGM in the county.

Knocknacarra Football Club secures funding for new FIFA approved pitch

A full sized, FIFA approved, astro turf soccer pitch is to be created in Cappagh Park, following the approval of grant aid of €250,000 to Knocknacarra Football Club.

Hyundai Ireland to sponsor RTÉ Sport’s FIFA World Cup 2014 coverage

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Hyundai, Ireland’s fastest growing car brand, will sponsor RTÉ Sport’s coverage of the FIFA World Cup 2014 across all platforms - television, radio, online, mobile and and the RTÉ Player.

The Vincents @ Monroe’s

INSPIRED BY psychedelia, surf rock, and nineties alternative rock, The Vincents are part of a new indie wave in Cork.

EA jobs announcement makes Galway a centre for gaming industry, say TDs

Global games giant, Electronic Arts, is to create 300 jobs at its European base in Galway, allowing the company to provide a multilingual international customer support and services for its major game titles such as the FIFA and Medal of Honour series.

We might need two keepers says local chief ahead of Deacy testimonial game against Villa’s stars

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When the Aston Villa Legends face West United - the club at which the late Eamonn Chick Deacy began and ended his soccer career, they can expect “hard tackling” and “tough and fearless” opposition, warns its manager William Grant.

The Frank & Walters’ indie love songs

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THE LONG running Cork indie-rock trio The Frank & Walters are back with a new single and album and are coming to Galway to play the Róisín Dubh.

Talented Dora to be parade guest

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ONE of Galway’s best sportswomen will be the guest of honour in this year’s St Patrick’s Day Parade.

Is it a score? — NUIG talk to look at sporting technologies

The next talk in the NUI Galway public talk series on Sports Technology will take place on Tuesday, 17 January at 6pm. Entitled A score or not a score – that is the question! Score detection and other technologies in Gaelic games, soccer and other field sport, the talk will be delivered by Liam Kilmartin, Lecturer with the School of Engineering and Informatics at NUI Galway.

 

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