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Athlone GAA launch five year strategic plan ‘2020 Vision’

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With the ethos of club progression very much to the fore, Athlone GAA have formally launched their five year strategic plan, ‘2020 Vision’.

Rosemount referee to officiate Westmeath senior football championship final fixture

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Four decades of referee experience will come to the fore on the green swathe of TEG Cusack Park, Mullingar, when Rosemount native, Pat Fox, takes charge of the Westmeath Senior Football Championship final to be contested by Tyrrellspass and St Lomans on Sunday afternoon.

Sporting memories - 2010

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Time flies. It is 11 years since Galway opted to play in the Leinster Championship, initially on a trial basis of three years. A big leap for Galway hurling at the time, which had been resisted by many, it is now an accepted system for Galway. It has not been all plain sailing, such as the lack of home games, request for equal financial status and representation on the Leinster Council, but on the field Galway has contested seven finals and won the title final three times. The 2018 Leinster round-robin game between Galway and Kilkenny at Pearse Stadium in Salthill was Galway’s first home Leinster Championship match. It was the first provincial championship game, excluding the Connacht championship, to take place in County Galway since 1965.

Volunteer ethos to the fore as Rosemount community initiatives unveiled

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Following numerous months of cohesive planning and a working spirit of unity, it proved a landmark community occasion in the village of Rosemount on Saturday as two social initiatives were formally unveiled.

Galway hurlers entitled to equal status wherever they play

The ongoing and totally unacceptable impasse between Galway county board and the Leinster council in hurling took a new twist this week with the news that city club Liam Mellows has tabled a motion to the county convention on December 12 to move to Munster in 2018, if the county’s minor and U21 hurling teams are not admitted into Leinster.

Minor hurlers well beaten by slick Tipperary outfit

The Galway minor hurlers and current All-Ireland champions were well beaten by 7-12 to 2-12 in Sunday's All-Ireland semi-final by a well-balanced and slick Tipperary team that will take a lot of beating by Limerick in the final.

 

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