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Competitive adult team sport thankfully returns to Galway for the first time since lockdown began as the revamped Brooks Group sponsored senior and intermediate hurling championships gets up and running with 19 games to be played over the weekend.
Westmeath GAA county board executive have publicised unambiguous health and safety guidelines prior to the start of the football and hurling championships which commence the weekend of July 24.
At the time of going to press, no formal decision had emanated pertaining to the format of the forthcoming Westmeath club football and hurling championships.
Researchers at NUI Galway’s Health Innovation via Engineering (HIVE) Lab have developed a novel method of providing sterilising ultraviolet light radiation in a wide variety of environments by harnessing the versatility of unmanned aerial vehicles or drones. The project is led by NUI Galway’s Professor Derek O’Keeffe and Dr Ted Vaughan, with Dr Kevin Johnson from the University of Limerick.
Mayo Roscommon Hospice Foundation’s 12 shops will reopen to the public on Tuesday June 9. The nine shops in Mayo and three in Roscommon have remained closed since March 12th due to the Covid-19 crisis.
All Gaelic football, hurling and camogie coaches throughout the city and county are being asked to help the GAA deliver improved coaching education and development throughout its clubs.
It was a joy to be a Galway person on the first Sunday of September 1980, the day our hurlers ended years of frustration, perennial underachievement, near misses, noble defeats, controversial defeats, the hard luck stories, the emptiness.
As social distancing will remain in place for some time, extending the Coca Cola bike scheme is "vital", given that, as restrictions are lifted, people will need alternative means to "get around and get back to work".
A lucky Galwegian is €500,000 richer after the National Lottery revealed that its Daily Million Plus top prize was won by a player in Athenry.