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Major changes in the local hurling championship are being advocated by the Galway hurling review group whose stated objective is to “improve the standard of club and inter-county hurling in Galway”.
The hurling board has selected a committee to find the replacement for John McIntyre as county senior hurling manager.
We all know Ireland enters 2011 facing huge economic difficulties and the probable return to large scale emigration will also have a significant impact on clubs and communities.
Oughterard Golf Club: Lady Captain’s Day (Peggy Blehein), Maebh Malone (28) 70; Raymonde Standun (18) 72; Gross Ursula Hernon (17) 89; Mary Farrell (20) 76; Ann Walsh (35) 76; Cat 1, Isolda Claffey (13) 78; Cat 2, Alice Murphy (27) 78; Cat 3, Mary Mylotte (29) 79; Front 9, Monique Bolger (26) 37; Back 9, Deirdre O'Donovan (22) 35; Past captain, Barbara Richardson (21) 84; Committee, Ann Faherty (24) 83; Veterans, Cait Kelly (27) 81; Ladies’ guest, M Ryan; Men’s guest, C O'Reilly; Men's 12 hole, D Begley (13) 28.
Despite being forced to play two games in two days, NUIG put in an impressive performance at Drom on Sunday morning to pick up much needed league points.
West United gained another three points on their seemingly unstoppable march to the Western Hygiene Supplies Premier League title on Saturday afternoon with a convincing win over NUI Galway at Dangan. No medals are handed out in November, as William Grant will be stressing to his squad, but this win has placed his side in a strong position to lift the trophy next spring.
NUI Galway advanced in the FAI Junior Cup with a hard earned win over Mervue United in Dangan yesterday morning. The conditions often windswept and bleak, intersperses of calm allowed for passages of flowing football in a contest that hung in the balance throughout.
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Older people’s groups in Westmeath received a boost this week as they were allocated €3,325 by the Irish Sports Council towards sport and physical activity.