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When locals in Salthill think of The Galleon Restaurant, there is no doubt that Bridget Molloy and Eileen Greaney immediately spring to mind.
The brother of a well-known businessman in Galway was the subject of a serious assault over the weekend. Ronan Greaney, whose brother Eugene runs Dough Bros pizza parlour on Abbeygate Street, had his jaw broken in the incident.
Oranmore-Maree, under the guidance of John Reddington, secured a 3-8 to 1-9 win over St Michael’s in the county minor B football championship final on Sunday at Tuam stadium.
Alanna Lally was the well-deserved winner of Athletics Ireland’s Tailteann Schools Award at the annual national awards ceremony in Dublin recently.
Con Doherty (Westport Tri) is no ordinary talent; he can dig deep when necessary and has the cutting edge to win as he has done in his age bracket at world level. In Ballinrobe he faced stiff opposition from Galway Tri man John Greaney who has racked up numerous wins this year against elite senior opposition, Greaney is a formidable runner and can hold his own on the bike, he won in Ballinrobe festival Duathlon last year and was the favourite again this year.
Online Marketing in Galway welcomes The Dough Bros’ Eugene Greaney and Snap Ireland’s Franco De Bonis to its free digital marketing meeting on June 24 in the Harbour Hotel.
Tonight, Thursday January 30, Monroe’s Live will host a night of ‘ceol agus damhsa’ in aid of Cairde Grace, the group established to raise funds for the care and treatment of eight-year-old Grace Kenneally from Tirellan Heights, who is battling the aggressive childhood cancer, neuroblastoma for the third time.
An Oughterard man who smashed a pint glass into another man’s face after an argument over a drink mix-up spiralled out of control has been sentence to three years in jail suspended for five years, and ordered to pay €5,000 in compensation.
The Western Family History Association will hold its next meeting in the Claregalway Hotel on Wednesday September 12, starting at 8.15pm.
TO MARK the bicentenary of the birth of Charles Dickens, the Galway Musical Society will present the Irish premiere of the Broadway musical A Tale of Two Cities.