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Mid-April start as Garrycastle seek to retain Flanagan Cup silverware

Breaking with the traditional summer season start, the opening round robin fixture of the Westmeath senior football championship is due to throw-in in mid-April with current holders, Garrycastle seeking to retain the Flanagan Cup following a stirring and character laden county final victory over St. Loman’s of Mullingar.

Paddy Durcan announced as guest speaker for the 20th Valentine’s Candlelight Ball

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Mayo GAA All-Star, Paddy Durcan, has been announced as the guest speaker for the 20th Valentine’s Candlelight Ball which is taking place in Breaffy House Hotel and Spa Resort on Saturday, February 15, in aid of Western Care Association.

Mindset and Manifest workshop in support of Rosabel’s Rooms

TV stars Jenny Buckley and Andrea Hayes will be joined by Dr Niamh Flynn to host a one-day intensive confidence and success workshop in the Galway Clinic this Saturday, February 1. On the day these businesswomen will share how they have claimed personal power, created positive changes, and applied these skills to help their careers.

Garrycastle striving for senior football county final success

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Galway Bay Golf Resort presents their annual Galway Bay Ladies AM AM.

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Galway Bay Golf Resort will hold their annual Ladies AM AM on Saturday 5th and Sunday 6th of May. Teams of 4 can sign up for a thrilling bank holiday weekend of golf in aid of a good cause. This year’s charity is ‘Rosabels Rooms’ and the event will be supported by Renvyle House Hotel and Resort in Connemara. There will be lots of great prizes on offer including overnight breaks, dinner and vouchers for Renvyle House.

Buccs take on UCD at Belfield

The stop-start Ulster Bank League Division 1A resumes on Saturday, when Buccaneers head to the capital to tackle University College Dublin at Belfield.

Farewell to 2016 – and welcome 2017

I hope you have survived Christmas. As I write this, it is December 28, so life is beginning to come back to normal, trains and buses are running, shops are open, people are reading newspapers, and the madness is over. Except, of course, for children, who are having an absolutely wonderful time.

 

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