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Hurlers face Cody's cats on home turf on Sunday

The Galway county senior hurlers will know a fair bit more about their progress after they play the 2014 All-Ireland champions Kilkenny at Pearse Stadium (2pm) in round three of the National Hurling League.

‘A physical embodiment of the big bang theory’

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THE GENIUS cartoonist Gary Larson, of Far Side fame, has a memorable two-tiered cartoon in which the top half depicts an angel welcoming new arrivals to Heaven with the phrase “Here’s your harp”, while the bottom half features a devil saying “Welcome to Hell, here’s your accordion”.

Irish Entertainment Awards returns to Athlone

The star-studded Irish Entertainment Awards show returns to Athlone this year, on October 21 at the Radisson Blu Hotel.

Kilkenny hit four goals to see off Galway u-21s

The Galway u-21 hurlers were given a lesson in ruthless finishing last Saturday evening in Semple Stadium in the All-Ireland semi-final. Kilkenny blitzed them with three goals in the first half and went on to win by 4-16 to 2-15.

Seventh annual Irish Entertainment Awards this weekend

The seventh annual Irish Entertainment Awards take place at the Tullamore Court Hotel on

Sixth annual Irish Entertainment Awards to be held in Tullamore

For the first time, the annual Irish Entertainment Awards will be held in Tullamore this April.

Galway hurlers look to consolidate league lead against All Ireland champs Tipp

John McIntyre’s side will play their last game on home turf for 2011 on Sunday when they take on the All Ireland champions Tipperary in Pearse Stadium at 2.30pm.

Celebrate a summer of Kilkenny hurling with the legends

Liam Fennelly, DJ Carey, Liam Dunne and Joe Cooney are confirmed panellists for Kilkenny Guinness Hurling Supporters event.

A feast of top class action for Kilkenny supporters

Laois and Carlow had the honour of kicking off the hurling championship in O'Moore Park, Portlaoise last weekend. It was a game that the Laois men eventually won with a bit to spare.

Forty years on.... Galway Advertiser motoring better than ever

It is 40 years since Ronnie O'Gorman returned home from London to Galway with a plan to publish Ireland's first free newspaper. But not even he could have imagined the massive success it has become today.

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