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Athlone club Buccaneers RFC have been invited to play at the Aviva Stadium this Saturday, May 23, in the Aviva Mini Rugby Festival.
HERMITAGE GREEN, led by former Irish rugby international Barry Murphy, play Kelly’s, Bridge Street, on St Patrick’s Day at 9.30pm, and tickets are selling fast.
Galway GOAL Mile organisers, including GOAL’s own Maura Lennon have been busy making calls, sending emails, and issuing general reminders to people throughout the county over the past week, urging them to get out and run, jog, or walk the popular annual event this Christmas, and raise as much money as possible for GOAL’s programmes for the poor.
HERMITAGE GREEN are not only rugby fans who play folk-rock but their vocalist Barry Murphy formerly played for Munster and Ireland.
In advance of Ireland’s great win in the RBS 6 Nations against Wales last Saturday, Land Rover brand ambassador and Ireland Rugby Captain, Jamie Heaslip, has been presented with the keys to his new 2013 Land Rover Discovery 4, writes Padraic Deane.
Many great men have sported moustaches - Albert Einstein, Friedrich Engels, Ghandi, Salvador Dalí, Freddie Mercury, Friedrich Nietzsche - and Galwaymen have a chance to join their ranks this month.
“Since I don’t smoke, I decided to grow a moustache - it is better for the health,” so said the Spanish surrealist artist Salvador Dalí, and next month Galwaymen can grow a moustache for health reasons too.
Irish rugby star and GOAL patron Jamie Heaslip is encouraging schoolchildren and workers from all over Galway to take part in GOAL Jersey Day on Friday October 7. One of the country’s most popular annual fundraising events, GOAL Jersey Day invites members of the public to wear the jersey of their favourite team for the day and make a suggested donation of €2 to GOAL. Each year, thousands of Irish schools and companies take part right across Ireland.
Jamie Heaslip, the leading Leinster and Irish rugby forward, has been appointed as a brand ambassador for Land Rover.
Joe Schmidt, the new coach of Leinster rugby, showed this week he had not forgotten his midland connections as he brought the entire Leinster panel to Mullingar rugby club for a full and rigorous training session on bank holiday Monday.