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The Galway senior camogie team will take on Cork this Sunday in the Irish Daily Star National League division one final at Semple stadium (1.30pm).
Four new classrooms are to be provided at Holy Rosary College in Mountbellew while St Raphael’s College in Loughrea is set to get new facilities.
After many years of waiting Clifden is to finally get a new post-primary school following the allocation of funding which was announced yesterday. A number of other schools in the county will also benefit from extensive refurbishment works.
Galway author Mary Costello will launch her new collection of short stories The China Factory at The Town Hall Theatre this Saturday at 12 noon as part of the Cúirt festival.
Kilkerrin/Clonberne defeated Moycullen by five points in the County u-21 B final in Pearse Stadium on a score-line of 0-11 to 0-6.
•Corinthians claimed the scalp of city rivals Galwegians by 15 - 0 in the battle for a play-off place in AIL u-20 division one league. In appalling conditions, both sides served up an enthralling contest which saw Corinthians move up into joint third place in a league currently led by fellow Connacht outfit Buccaneers. Unsurprisingly, it became a battle up front, and Corinthians, with the wind, dominated territory for the first half. Prop Fiachra Tierney was unlucky when stopped just short due to the excellent Wegians pack, led by Greg Leader. Scoreless at the break, Galwegians looked the more likely to win, but Corinthians played outstanding rugby to dominate the second half and score three tries. Johnny Kearney touched down for the first try. When Shane Conneely broke on the blind, he fed Kevin Russell who dived over in the corner. Galwegians fought back, but with time running out scrumhalf Peter Walsh sold an outrageous dummy from broken play to score the third. Corinthians now meet Cork Constitution in Temple Hill on Saturday.