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Galway United's top flight adventure continues tomorrow evening at Eamonn Deacy Park when Tommy Dunne's side host Longford Town (7.45pm kick off).
The 1651 map of Galway shows a Shoemaker’s Tower located in what is the Eyre Square Shopping Centre today. Shoemaker’s Lane, or Bóithrín na Sudairí, the road of the shoemakers or the tanners, was where Buttermilk Walk is today. Shoemaking was always an important business but the individual shoemaker is a rare breed now, instead you associate the craft with factories like Dubarry in Ballinasloe.
Fine Gael has managed to rescue one top post in local politics in Mayo following the major power shift brought about in the Local Elections at the end of May.
Having shown signs of SSE Airtricity League Premier Division improvement in recent weeks Athlone Town will be hoping to record an FAI Cup victory when arch rivals Longford Town visit Lissywollen this evening (Friday June 6).
The curtain finally came down on the local and European election count in the Royal Theatre in Castlebar in the early hours of Thursday after a mammoth almost five days of counting of votes, when Marian Harkin held off the challenge of Pat ‘The Cope’ Gallagher to win the last seat in the Midlands North West European constituency.
he filling of the seven seats in the Claremorris electoral area was a straightforward enough affair in the end and it took just six counts to see it through.
Having finally secured an SSE Airtricity League Premier Division victory, Athlone Town head for Turners Cross this evening hopeful of causing another surprise against Cork City.
Nominations for the Local Elections on May 23 closed on Saturday.
Altogether 12 candidates will contest the Claremorris electoral area on May 23, including seven outgoing councillors, with seven seats to fill.