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Community Diary June 19

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Sol Rio celebrates

Robe Rockets to be launched

Stand by, strap yourself in, Robe Rockets is about to be launched.

Robe Rockets to be launched

Stand by, strap yourself in, Robe Rockets is about to be launched.

RTEĢ Today Show searching for Galway’s heroes

Everybody knows them, the trojans of the local community who do hours of voluntary work and never seek any recognition.This could be anyone from the life saving doctor, to the jersey washer at the local GAA club. Is there a member of your community who goes that extra mile?

When it is club v country in the GAA club always wins

A few weeks ago before the county final between Castlebar Mitchels and Ballintubber I envisaged a predicament that Cillian O’Connor could find himself in. I thought nothing of it at the time because I expected Castlebar to retain the Moclair Cup. O’Connor was at the final stages of the trials for the International Rules team, with his skill set and physical attributes I have no doubt he would have been on Paul Early's panel. When Ballintubber won the county final I immediately thought of O’Connor and the predicament, club versus country? It was simple; he was going nowhere and immediately pulled out of the Irish set up to give his full attention to his club.

Bidwell takes Breaffy 10k in style

The extended summer sunshine lit up a glorious October Sunday for the fourth annual Breaffy 10k on Sunday last. It was also the final race in this year's Mayo AC Move2Improve Series. The event was brilliantly organised by Maggie Heneghan and team, comprising the local Breaffy community and GAA club. They were also assisted by Castlebar Fit4Life and Mayo AC. One hundred and forty finishers made it to the finish line outside race HQ at the national school. The warm sun and a few uphill sections between the 5k and 8k marks made for a challenging event, and there were the usual scenes of joy, pain, exhaustion, and sheer exhilaration at the finish line.

Colleran auctioneers offers a wonderful home in Salthill

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It is very easy to see why Salthill has remained so popular despite all the new developments that have followed in recent years. Devon Park was built when spacious living accommodation and large gardens were not additional extras. Colleran auctioneers has just offered for sale by private treaty No 81 Devon Park, a wonderful, bright, six bedroom semidetached home with large sun-filled back garden.

Pedal for Down Syndrome Galway and Salthill/Knocknacarra GAA

A cycling challenge for young and old, families, and professional cyclists will take place on Saturday April 26 to help provide speech and language theraphy for children with Down Syndrome, and GAA youngsters.

Spacious detached family home in sought after location

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Sherry FitzGerald is offering to the market No 8 Manor Close, Kingston. Kingston is a much sought after area in Galway city, located next to Taylor’s Hill and within minutes’ walk of the Salthill Promenade. This popular area is within a short drive of Galway city centre where all amenities are at hand, while within the immediate vicinity you benefit from having an abundance of sporting and recreational activities including sailing, golf, tennis, and the local GAA club.

Mission: Slimpossible! challenge launched in Ballinrobe

Three sports clubs in Ballinrobe are going head-to-head in a novel weight loss fundraising challenge.

 

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