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Our illustration today is of a ‘Wanted’ poster offering a reward for any information on a prisoner, John Hynes, who had escaped from Galway Gaol on November 29, 1892. We do not know what Mr Hynes was in jail for, but £100 was a lot of money in 1892, so it must have been a serious crime.
Gort, Athenry and Galway golf clubs all suffered agonising defeats at the Chartis Europe Cups and Shields in Kinsale last week.
Galway Bay Golf Club: Men’s stableford, Richard Noonan (14) 40; Joe Donoghue (15) 36; Ross Malone (15) 34.
This photograph of the main entrance to Galway Gaol (facing the Salmon Weir Bridge) was taken in 1903. It was an imposing and intimidating building. The execution chamber was just over the main gate, and many prisoners perished there.
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1. JOHN MCINTYRE WILL BE A BIG SUCCESS WITH THE GALWAY
The search for a new hurling manager to succeed Ger Loughnane is coming to a close with eight candidates having been nominated. The task now for the county board chairman Gerry Larkin, hurling board chairman Miko Ryan, and secretary John Fahey, is to start the assessment and interview process before final decisions can be made.
It is a case of third time lucky for John McIntyre - the newly appointed manager of Galway hurling.
The John McIntyre era commences at O'Connor Park on Sunday when Galway make the short trip to Tullamore for a Walsh Cup clash with Offaly.
The hurling year might only be a couple of weeks old, but tough tasks are arriving thick and fast for Galway.