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Former Galway hurler Pete Finnerty has added a sporting theme to the newly-refurbished Supermac’s Tuam.
A major fundraising initiative, ‘A Night of the Oskars, hosted by Buccaneers rugby club will take centre stage in the Radisson Blu Hotel this Saturday night, March 30, at 8pm.
In the history of the All Ireland Club Intermediate Hurling Championship, six different clubs from Galway had been defeated in finals since its inception in 2004. Finally that has changed, and Galway can toast Oranmore-Maree who produced a wonderful second-half display to overcome Munster champions Charleville and win by 2-18 to 1-5.
With the upcoming oscars very much in the news, Buccaneers launched their topical upcoming event ’A Night at the Oskars’ in The Bounty at Dubarry Park.
The west and east of the county are represented in All Ireland semi-finals on Sunday. An Spidéal take on Naomh Eanna in the intermediate club football championship in Pairc Tailteann, Navan; Oranmore Maree face Noamh Gall in the intermediate hurling championship at Parnell Park, both at 2pm.
Last year Tooreen created a bit of history by becoming the first Mayo side to win the Connacht intermediate hurling title - and they are back this year looking to defend that title.
Former All Ireland winner and Galway legend, Gerry McInerney, is set to shave off his moustache for the first time in his adult life in order to raise funds for the memorial family fund of his friend and teammate, Tony Keady.
The race is on to find the fastest team in the West of Ireland as Galway Samaritans launch their 40th Anniversary Cyclathon challenge.
The race is on to find the fastest team in the west of Ireland as Galway Samaritans launches its 40th anniversary cyclathon challenge.
An elderly lady once told me that “Apart from the Irish language, we have nothing more Irish in this country than the game of hurling.” I agree. It is the greatest game of them all. It is probably the number one game in the county, attendances at senior county finals being a very good criterion — the hurling final has always been the bigger attraction than the football counterpart, “even in the balmy days of our football three-in-a-row,” according to the late Jack Mahon.