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Mayo to plan without O'Connor for championship start

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Mayo secured their return to Division One of the National Football League last Sunday with a four-point win over Clare in Ennis.

Old camogie rivals return to Croke Park for league final

Galway and Kilkenny will meet once again when they vie for the Littlewoods Ireland Camogie League division one crown in Croke Park on Sunday (7.30pm).

O'Shea ready to lead Mayo to greatness

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Only three times has Sam Maguire been hoisted in the air by a Mayo captain - Aidan O'Shea is the latest in a long line of those looking to follow in the footsteps of Sean Flanagan in 1950 and 1951 and Seamus O'Malley who was the first Mayo man to do it in 1936.

Substantial family home only minutes’ drive from Oranmore village

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Lios na Lee is a substantial five bedroom family home located within a five-minute drive of Oranmore village. Having been owner occupied since its construction in 2000, it remains in impeccable condition with a décor that is both elegant and refined and a quality of finish that is unparalleled.

New Hyundai Santa Fe on the way with hybrid engines

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Hyundai has revealed the new Santa Fe, which will be available from September 2020 with hybrid and plug-in hybrid engines.

Some Galway Foundry staff

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At the beginning of the last century, Beatty Brothers had a foundry in Mill Street. In 1913, they advertised ‘a desire to announce that their factory was fitted with a first-rate plant for the manufacture of spades and shovels. Tons of them were sold last season’.

The Spanish Arch from Long Walk

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Long Walk was originally built as a wall by the Eyre family in order to construct a mud berth. Among those who lived there around the time this photograph was taken were Tom Gannon, Sarah O’Donnellon, Mrs Hosty, and Pateen Green. There was an entry through a large archway into a courtyard known as Green’s Alley and the five houses there were occupied by the Andersons, McDonaghs, Canavans, Gorhams, and Finnertys. A Mrs McDonagh lived next door in a building known as The Hall and further on lived Mrs Lee, John Folan, Bideen Joyce, Ella McDonagh, Mrs Folan, and Mike Walsh.

Melissa McCarthy shines in Can You Ever Forgive Me

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LEE ISRAEL is a once famous biographer who is struggling to sell her new book, a biography of Fanny Brice. When bills pile up she looks for things to sell. She has several letters from different celebrities and authors, and she can get a decent price for them.

Cinema review: A Quiet Place

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A QUIET Place is directed by John Krasinski, who most people will know as Jim from The Office, but do not let that fool you - there are no fourth wall breaking smirks to the camera here.

The musical life of an ‘auld stock’ Galwegian

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Anyone strolling near Tig Cóilí pub or around the top of High Street, might one day encounter the inimitable Johnny Mullins playing guitar or accordion, and beguiling the passers-by with his sweet sounds. A true ‘auld stock’ Galwegian and fine multi-instrumentalist, Mullins has been a familiar and popular figure within the city’s music community for many years now.

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