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Connacht’s unsung heroes reap Irish recognition

Some six and a half years ago John Muldoon, a newcomer to professional rugby, received his first cap for Connacht against the Scottish Borders. Back then coach Michael Bradley told the 20-years-old that he was there because he was an “all right” rugby player - not because he was home-grown Connacht. Today the Portumna man is one of only two from the province on the Irish team, and he knows he’s there on merit - standing proudly and taller than his 6’3” frame alongside Lions players like Jamie Heaslip, David Wallace, Paul O’Connell.

Bradley expects sell-out crowd to help Connacht battle Toulon’s big guns

Connacht’s much anticipated European semi-final has finally arrived. Tomorrow evening Connacht take on a red-hot Toulon in the Amlin Challenge Cup semi-final at the Galway Sportsground.

Connacht in confident form as they confront Bourgoin

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Connacht’s front-line players will return from injury for Saturday’s much-anticipated European quarter-final against Bourgoin at the Sportsground on Saturday (1pm).

Connacht in confident form as they prepare to confront Bourgoin

Connacht’s front-line players will return from injury for Saturday’s much-anticipated European quarter-final against Bourgoin at the Sportsground on Saturday (1pm).

Connacht struggle with injuries after running Leinster all the way

Connacht are facing an injury crisis ahead of tomorrow evening’s Magners League clash against title-chasing Edinburgh at the Galway Sportsground (6pm).

SPORTS SHORTS

•Galway-born golfer Alison Walshe, who recently decided to represent Ireland, has received a grant from the Team Ireland Golf Trust. Walshe, who was born in Galway but grew up in Massachesetts after her family emigrated when she was four, was one of four golfers who received of €20,000 from grants totaling €217,000 for 17 aspiring golfers. Walshe (24) recently declared she would represent Ireland in the Solheim Cup - women's golf version of the Ryder Cup.

Gritty Galwegians win ugly

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Wegians move up table with third win on the trot

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Galwegians won an enthralling contest when they edged out their Dublin visitors in this Division 1 game played in atrocious wet and windy conditions at Crowley Park.

New Connacht prop

Connacht rugby has signed one of three vacant positions for next season, prop Jamie Hagan.

Connacht set to open against Ospreys with new attitude

Connacht’s hardened approach to gaining Heineken Cup qualification gets its first big test tomorrow night when the Magners League season opens.

 

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