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Galwegians complete their Ulster Bank League season on Saturday still unsure whether they have done enough to retain their division 1B status.
Elwood’s Bar & Grill Grill, located at the Forster Court Hotel have with the help of Connacht rugby players Jamie Stephens, Dave Nolan and Stewart Maguire - launched their ‘BIG Breakfast’ menu.
Buccaneers will surely face a tough test on Saturday afternoon when arch rivals Galwegians come to Dubarry Park, Athlone, for a greatly anticipated Connacht Senior League clash kicking off at 3pm on Saturday September 17.
Galwegians came out on top by 15 - 8 in the Connacht Senior League fixture against Corinthians at Glenina on Saturday,
Connacht Rugby’s European fate for next season will be decided on Saturday when Leinster face Northampton Saints in the Heineken Cup final at Cardiff’s Millennium Stadium (5pm).
Galwegians rugby rounded off their season in fine style when they claimed the All Ireland u-17 crown on Sunday.
Galwegians grabbed another vital victory - their second in succession - when outscoring Connacht rivals Buccaneers by 21 - 15 at Crowley Park on Saturday.
The battle of the bottom two turned out to be a war of attrition in the wind and rain of Crowley Park on Saturday and it was Galwegians, beginning the day four points adrift of UCC, that got the all important 13-6 victory thanks to a quick fire start to the game.
David Clarke’s fine drop goal in the heavy fog at Crowley Park saw Galwegians secure a narrow 12-11 victory over their Connacht rivals Buccaneers on Saturday. Most games between Connacht’s leading two sides are keenly contested, but there will hardly be a closer affair with a more dramatic finish than this encounter. And although the quality was not always top drawer at times in a game littered with mistakes, it was a tense nail-biting affair which had both sets of supporters living on their nerves right up to the very last second. This match was preceded by a minute’s silence to mark the recent passing of the late Bobby Deacy, Galwegians’ trustee and ex-president of the IRFU. The game itself was played in dense fog, which made visibility difficult for both teams, but it was the visitors who started much the brighter.