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The road towards an All-Ireland final appearance has become longer and more testing for the Galway senior hurlers following their defeat at the hands of Kilkenny by 0-22 to 0-17 in last weekend's Leinster final.
The Galway senior hurlers resume their Leinster championship campaign this Saturday evening when they travel to O’Moore Park in Portlaoise to take on Laois in the penultimate round of games in the group stage (5pm).
Cross country events dominate the athletics calendar next weekend with Galway clubs competing at both juvenile and senior level on the national stage.
The new 4-star Holiday Inn Dublin Airport, achieves something very rare among airport hotels: the staff treat you as if they expect to see you again, and for that very reason, they will see you again. For those of us who are not regular business or leisure travellers, we often get the impression at airport hotels that, as we are just passing through, no great effort is being made to impress us. But The Holiday Inn is no ordinary airport hotel, and is a great addition to the options available for people travelling from around the country who have to overnight in the capital, before flying to their destination. The same applies for those returning on late flights, who prefer the comfort of a relaxing night before facing in to the final leg of their journey home.
The return of the OFFline Film Festival with a blended festival and a stellar line-up of in-person and online events from October 13-17 in Birr will be a welcome boost to fans of the silver screen within the Midlands region.
Westmeath GAA Supporters Group, Club Iarmhí, recently launched its annual golf classic, which takes place in Mullingar Golf Club on Friday, July 9.
Scoring 25 points in a competitive contest usually results in a positive outcome but alas, for the Westmeath senior footballers, the achieving of such a scoring feat was to no avail on Saturday in Pairc Ui Chaoimh as hosts, Cork, condemned the visitors to the third tier of national league football.
The Business Restart top up provided to Dublin businesses when Dublin was moved to Level 3 must now be extended across the State as it moves into Level 5 restrictions.
Dublin completed the historic five in a row after a pulsating All-Ireland final replay win over arch rivals Kerry.
As clichés go 'a game of two halves' could not be more appropriate after Dublin's 3-14 to 1-10 win over Mayo last weekend in the first of the All Ireland semi-finals.