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Oisín McConville to launch Mayo GAA Health and Wellbeing Initiative

Former Armagh and Crossmaglen star, Oisín McConville, will headline a seminar on player welfare, health, and wellbeing later this month in an event to formally launch Mayo GAA’s new Health and Wellbeing Initiative.

Rugby club summer shindig scheduled for Saturday

 

Three key learnings from Tuam

1. Fiontán Ó Curraoin is crucial to the cause

Councillors warn that dangerous roads are putting children’s lives at risk

Lethally dangerous roads are putting the lives of children at risk in two Westmeath towns.

Ballinasloe meeting to highlight suicide prevention services in the region

In the 28 years that Gerry Roche has been a member of the Garda Siocána he has seen the fallout from many suicides and attempted suicides.

Meehan and county players to coach football camp

Galway county player Michael Meehan is coordinating and coaching in a Galway football camp, which starts next Monday (June 24) at Loughgeorge.

Cortoon Shamrocks publish their 125 year history this Saturday

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Cortoon Shamrocks is one of the most famous GAA clubs in the county.

Pearse Stadium may play big part if Ireland secure Rugby World Cup in a decade’s time

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It is hoped that Ireland will be the prospective host country for the 2023 Rugby World Cup and should that application prove to be successful, games may be featured in Pearse Stadium throughout the tournament. The Galway County Board has showed its support by adopting a motion issued by the Salthill/Knockacarra club regarding the usage of Pearse Stadium in this competition.

Another night to remember for All-Star Cats

It was another bumper year at the All-Star awards for Kilkenny, as eight of our All-Ireland winning hurlers each managed to secure the highest individual accolade in inter-county hurling.

Once in a lifetime opportunity

Alan Kerins Projects is pleased to announce that a novel charity match will take place in Croke Park on Thursday October 27 at 3.30pm. The match will see the old rivalry ignited between Dublin and Galway in what promises to be a fun filled occasion. Some of Ireland’s greatest sporting heroes have signed up for the event and they include; Padraic Joyce, Bernard Dunne, Ray Houghton, Jason Sherlock, Katie Taylor, Darragh O Se, Pat Spillane, Mikey Sheehy, Seamus Moynihan, Hector, Gary Gillespie, Ken Doherty, Mick Galway and Tony Ward.

 

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