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Galwegians, for the fourth year in succession, have secured an AIB Cup quarter-final berth following a comfortable 29 - 16 victory over UCD in Dublin on Saturday.
The Irish have played a major role in the British army from the late 1700s up to Independence and even beyond, fighting in the Napoleonic Wars, the Afghan War, the Crimean War, the South African Wars, World War I, and World War II.
Galwegians are expected to be back in action on Sunday to contest their AIB Cup quarter-final that was postponed last Saturday.
All Ireland League action resumes on Saturday with Galwegians facing the long trek north to Ballymena.
SWIMMING IN Blackrock is a Galway tradition. No matter what time of year, no matter how cold (and it can be very cold), no matter the tide, no matter how rough the sea, it is something some of us must do.
Having jumped to third in the AIB League dvision 1B table with a worthy away win to Ballymena, Galwegians now have an opportunity to edge closer to the top with a home fixture against Young Munster on Saturday (2.30pm).
Galway women cope better with the flu than men, that is the verdict of 71 per cent of people who took part in a recent survey commissioned by Danone.
When you enter the Born store you may be forgiven for thinking you were in a department store in London or New York. However there is no mistaking that this is an Irish, and locally owned company.
Johnny Giles and David O’Leary might be the most famous Irishmen associated with Leeds, but the Irish, and particularly Galwegians, have played a big role in the city’s development.
Galwegians women enjoyed a Christmas bonus with a well deserved win over Cooke to move closer to the top three in their All Ireland League division one campaign.