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Jack Carty, Irish international rugby player who recently represented Ireland in the Rugby World Cup at out-half and is currently Connacht’s leading scorer, will officially cut the ribbon at the showhouse opening at An Maolán, Barna, today (Thursday) at 5pm. The public are welcome to attend, and Jack Carty will be available to take photographs and sign rugby jerseys.
Athlone’s sporting prowess will be to the fore on the world stage following the landmark inclusion of former Buccaneers players, Robbie Henshaw and Jack Carty in the Ireland rugby squad prior to the start of the World Cup in Japan on Friday, September 20.
All Connacht eyes will be on Jack Carty who is set to make his first Test start for Ireland in Saturday’s World Cup warm-up against Wales at the Principality Stadium (2.30pm).
SHARON CARTY, one of Ireland's leading opera singers, will be among the highlights of this year's Galway Early Music Festival which returns from Friday May 24 to Sunday 26.
Captain John Muldoon has announced another year in his tenure at Galway Sportsground on the week Connacht fight for a first Champions Cup quarter-final.
Connacht open their New Year with another derby fixture, this time against a Leinster outfit that found its scoring form last weekend.
It is a big week for Connacht Rugby as they host the first of the festive interprovincials at the Galway Sportsground with the visit of Ulster on St Stephen's night (6pm).
An unveiling of a different type occurred last Thursday night (December 17) when a specially commissioned painting by Chris Flicker was unveiled by Buccaneers’ head coach Brett Wilkinson.
Connacht's injury woes may continue, but so do the victories in the European Challenge Cup, and coach Pat Lam will be hoping his injury-hit squad can lift themselves one more time to see off Newcastle before the break.
Connacht face a fresh injury crisis this week as they return to the Sportsground to take on visitors Newcastle in tomorrow evening's European fixture (7.05pm).