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Minors lose out in extra time to Mayo

The Galway minor footballers crashed out of the Connacht championship to Mayo on a scoreline of 5-8 to 2-11 after-extra time last Sunday in Hyde Park.

Gilvarry’s Mayo look to book final spot

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Last Saturday evening in a windy McHale Park, the Mayo minors opened up the championship account for the year with a comprehensive 10 point win over Leitrim setting up this Sunday’s semi-final against Galway. Speaking to the Mayo Advertiser this week ahead of the game, Mayo manger Enda Gilvarry looking back on the Leitrim game said, “It’s good to be up and running, we could have done better, but coming into any championship game you’d take a 10 point win.” He also pointed out that it was a hectic week for a number of his players last week. “It was a difficult week for some of the lads, who were coming off the Leaving Cert and then facing into club championship games the next day.”

Galway minors up against favourites Mayo

The Galway minor footballers, under the guidance of team manager John Donnellan, face Mayo in the Connacht semi-final on Sunday (1.30pm) in Hyde Park.

The genius comedy of Terry Alderton

THE RÓISÍN Dubh will celebrate its ninth birthday in style when the award winning comedian Terry Alderton takes to the stage of the Dominick Street venue next week.

Far From Literature We Were Reared

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A NIGHT of short stories, music and song, spoken word, and literary craic will make up Far From Literature We Were Reared in the Róisín Dubh this Sunday at 8pm.

From the bunker

Balla Golf Club

End of winter competitions in sight for clubs

Balla

Who Needs Enemies – A Christmas Tale

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THE HILARIOUS Who Needs Enemies? series returns to the Town Hall Theatre stage for it’s seasonal instalment, A Christmas Tale, next week.

Boston’s goal blitz seals Galway interfirms title

BOSTON SCIENTIFIC 5-08

Vagabond double bill at Galway Theatre Festival

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VAGABOND THEATRE will premiere two one-act plays from local writers during the Galway Theatre Festival.

 

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