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Sonny (whose real name was Joseph) was born 89 years ago, one of six children to Patrick and Mary Molloy of St Brendan’s Road in Woodquay. He went to the ‘Mon’ where he learned to play football among other things. A match report in a local paper once carried the headline “Five Goal Molloy”, a fact which he managed to drop into conversation many times over the years. Chatting with him could be unnerving as he laced his chat with colourful sayings like “Long drawers”, “Bring up the bucket”, “Th’oul suit turned well”, ’44 short’, “I hate small men”, and of course his famous draper’s mantra, “We have your size”.
Mc Canns Centra Moycullen were delighted to receive the Centra Ireland Off Licence of the Year award. This is a great achievement for Serena Guihen, store manager, and John Grealish, owner; who were both delighted to win the award. Delighted with the win, store manager Serena thanked her store team.
The Marine Institute Singers were singing on high after emerging victorious in the inaugural Galway Choirfactor Competition which took place in the Radisson Blu Hotel on Friday April 12. Organised by the Corrib Lions Club as a fundraising initiative for Kilcuan Retreat Centre in Clarinbridge, the event attracted a capacity audience of more than 700 people.
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Many sacrifices were made but this failed to stop the devastating effects of the recession and the crippling rent payments, according to The Jona Group which announced this week that a number of its Galway businesses have gone into voluntary liquidation.
Galway businesses planning to enter the inaugural SCCUL Entrepreneur of the Year awards are being urged to submit their entries as soon as possible.
A €10,000 cash prize is on offer to local entrepreneurs in a new competition aimed at encouraging entrepreneurship and rewarding local enterprise.
Competitive rowing had been taking place on the Corrib for many years when the Ancient Order of Hibernians decided to form a new club in 1910. They got local contractor Walter Flaherty (who had already built the Corrib Club) to build a wooden clubhouse on the site of the present Galway Rowing Club. It was tarred each year up to 1970 in order to preserve the wood, and so it became known as ‘the Blackening Box’. In that year also there was a dispute in Saint Patrick’s Rowing Club and a number of oarsmen left and joined the new club.