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A night of terror

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In November 1920, Jimmy Folan, aged 20, of O’Donoghue Terrace, Woodquay, was sentenced by court martial to six months imprisonment with hard labour for acting as a republican policeman and possessing seditious documents – one of which blamed the local RIC for the killings of Seamus Quirk and Seán Mulvoy. Having served his time, he was released on May 10, 1921. That evening, a benevolent RIC sergeant warned a local volunteer to tell Jimmy ‘not to be at home tonight’.

Vazquez delivers in the west of Ireland

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Early on Monday afternoon Xavi Vazquez walked through Shop Street up to Eyre Square to collect an old newspaper article that was to be brought back by his father to Spain the following day.

United U14s advance to league semi-finals

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An accomplished performance ensured Xavi Vazquez's promising Galway United U14 outfit defeated St Patrick's Athletic 4-0 in a league quarter-final at Eamonn Deacy Park.

Westmeath hurlers defeated in play/off thriller

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PJ Scully’s brilliant 0-17 haul for Laois ensured Saturday’s compelling Allianz Hurling League Division One relegation play/off ended in defeat for Westmeath.

Donoghue’s newcomers help Galway to easy league win

Galway can be expected to bag a second National Hurling League win when they head to Netwatch Cullen Park to take on Carlow on Sunday (2pm).

Castlebar Concert Band annual concert hits the high note

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A wonderful evening of top class music and song was delivered to a capacity audience attending Castlebar Concert Band’s Annual Concert held in GMIT last Wednesday October 25.

Basement battle defeat sees Buccs prop up table

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Late goal some consolation for valiant Athlone U16s

Any game against a team representing Shamrock Rovers is a tough one, as Athlone Towns U16s found out at home under the floodlights last Saturday night.

Wegians in trouble

Galwegians suffered a serious dent to their hopes of avoiding relegation when losing to Old Belvedere by 32-24 in Saturday's Ulster Bank League division 1A clash at Crowley Park


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