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Title hopefuls Shelbourne next up for Galway women
Galway United Women fell short on Saturday when they fell 2-1 to an unbeaten Shamrock Rovers side in Tallaght Stadium.
Galway survive first half capital punishment in Croke Park thriller
Dublin 2-22 Galway 1-25
Moycullen Musical Society thrill the audiences at AIMS choral festival
Moycullen Musical Society (MMS) participated in three competitions at the AIMS Choral Festival in New Ross on Sunday 21 May 2023. A group of 24 singers, one musical director and a pianist had an absolute ball as they sang to judges who adjudicated on over 50 choirs of different shapes and sizes over an intense weekend.
TUS showcase ‘Velocity’ reflects new contemporary themes from emerging designers and visual artists
Sustainability, mental health, body positivity, the impact of bullying, and social media addiction are among the key contemporary themes being explored at this year’s TUS Athlone Campus Graduate Showcase, which opens its doors to the public this week and runs until Wednesday, May 24.
Attention budding film-makers - pitching is open for this year's Galway Film Fleadh
Sponsored by Wild Atlantic Pictures this year, the Galway Film Fleadh Pitching Competition is now officially open.
First up for Galway football is Tyrone as championship begins
After watching Sunday’s thrilling Ulster final, Padraic Joyce finally knows Galway's opponents in the third match of the round-robin series.
First meeting of Galway and Antrim in Leinster championship
When GAA delegates voted at a Special Congress in October 2008 to allow Galway and Antrim to compete in the Leinster Senior Hurling Championship, they surely never envisaged it would take 15 years before the two counties would play a match against each other in the competition.
A superior residence in Chestnut Lane
Chestnut Lane is a rare jewel offering country living within the bounds of Galway city and only 2.5 kilometres from the city centre. This tree-lined country lane is home to some of the city’s finest residential properties. It is bound to the north by the River Corrib and to the east by the grounds and playing pitches of the University of Galway, which are a huge amenity to the area for walking, recreation, and sporting activities.
Galway’s defence at its best, but Comer is the star
Galway reached their eighth Connacht final in a row with an impressive win over Roscommon in Hyde Park on Sunday afternoon.
Kerry Ladies claim division one crown over Galway
Galway found the going tough against a rampant Kerry outfit in the Lidl NFL division one final at Croke Park on the weekend.