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The home stretch for the Elverys Sports Super League season will come into sight this weekend when the league resumes action after a week's break.
Connemara National Park will host regular information sessions on the Connemara pony this month, with sessions taking place at the park every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday.
“That is all part and parcel of it,” John Caulfield says about the constant challenge of being a manager. There is always something to be sorted, a problem needing solving.
The Kingfisher Club summer camps are back this year with an action-packed summer sports camp in Kingfisher NUI Galway and exciting swim camp in Kingfisher Renmore for boys and girls aged between four and 13 years. The summer camps provide a fun, exciting, and safe way for your child to spend the school holidays this summer while making new friendships and unforgettable memories.
Galway's Fiona Murtagh was back on the water this week competing in the the memorial Paolo d’Aloja international regatta in Italy.
THE LAST two places for the grand final of Show Me The Funny are up for grabs on Monday February 28 at the fourth and final heat of this popular comedy competition.
Ireland has a long history of horse racing. As a result, every year, a large number of Irish horse racing enthusiasts come to the Cheltenham Festival, the highlight event of the National Hunt season, and in recent years, Irish-owned or bred horses have dominated the event. The domination has made people interested in bidding in horse racing events. Unibet is the perfect and most famous site for you to find out about horse racing odds. Nowadays, Ireland's Thoroughbred breeding industry is increasing because of the favorable tax treatment. The main farm of Coolmore Stud, the world's largest Thoroughbred stud, is located there (in addition to major operations in the U.S. and Australia).
COMPETITION NOW CLOSED. Congrats to Fidelma Timlin who won the 4 tickets!!!
The most recent event in the Irish Mountain Running Association calendar took place in Clonmel, with Athlone native, Lorcan Fagan, achieving a highly commendable eighth place finish.
The historic walls of Claregalway Castle will be the backdrop for a free Galway Music Residency lunchtime concert by the Contempo String Quartet on Tuesday next, November 23.