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Cappataggle spring suprise with win over Gort

There was drama aplenty in Loughrea on Saturday afternoon as hot favourites Gort were overturned in stoppage time by Cappataggle, a result that was the main talking point from last weekend’s round of fixtures in the Galway senior hurling championship.

Race to dethrone hurling champs restarts

After almost 17 weeks of inactivity, the county senior hurling championship gets back underway on Saturday afternoon with 10 group games down for decision and the race to try to dethrone St Thomas begins in earnest.

O’Donnellan & Joyce to offer sixty two lots tomorrow in Ireland’s largest public property auction

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Over the last six weeks the team of sales agents and marketers in O’Donnellan & Joyce auctioneers have been busy compiling information and generating adverts for the 62 lots that they will offer for sale by means of live public auction tomorrow at 12 noon in the Harbour Hotel in Galway city.

O’Donnellan & Joyce offers nationwide catalogue in midsummer auction

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O’Donnellan & Joyce has agents all over the country both this week and next conducting open viewings on a list of more than 50 properties for sale in its Wild Atlantic midsummer auction on Friday July 19. The auction will commence at 12 noon sharp in The Harbour Hotel, New Dock Road, Galway, with registration open from 11am.

O’Donnellan & Joyce offers extensive list of starter and family homes for auction

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The team at O’Donnellan & Joyce are busy with viewings and inquiries for their list of more than 50 properties for sale in the Wild Atlantic midsummer auction on Friday July 19. The auction will commence at 12 noon sharp in The Harbour Hotel, New Dock Road, Galway, with registration open from 11am.

Hughes’ Pub, Woodquay

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Sixty years ago yesterday, on June 26 1969, Michael Hughes opened his pub in Woodquay. Our photograph (which was taken in 1953) shows what it looked like before Michael took it over. It was known as Molly Greaney’s and that is the lady herself on the right. Next to her is her brother Tommy who worked as a rep for Dwyers of Cork. The next two men with caps are Brendan Noonan and his brother, and their father is the man with the hat. They were carpenters. The man in the foreground is Tommy O’Brien who worked with an oil company. We do not know who the two men in caps on the left were.

O’Donnellan & Joyce July auction promises to be a sizzler

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Following the success of its June auction, O’Donnellan & Joyce is back with its fourth property auction for 2019, with a number of great properties going under the hammer on July 19.

Tonery’s Pub, sixty years in Bohermore

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Jim Tonery opened his pub in Bohermore 60 years ago yesterday, on June 5, 1959. It was formerly owned by Johnny and Kate Martyn. The inside walls were whitewashed to keep them clean and also disinfected. Barrels were stored against the back wall and sometimes used as seating with planks on top. One had to be careful when entering as there was a small step down just inside the door, and if you missed it and staggered, you were likely to hear Mrs Martyn say, “Go back to where you came from, you have enough in already”. Johnny Martyn was a blacksmith and he had a forge attached to the pub where he shod horses, made gates, etc.

Excellent opportunity in Renmore

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O'Donnellan & Joyce auctioneers is offering for sale a spacious detached residence in the much sought after residential area of Renmore on the east side of Galway city. Location, location, location, are the three key things to look for in property, and none is more so desirable than Renmore Road.

Tonery’s Pub, sixty years in Bohermore

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Jim Tonery opened his pub in Bohermore 60 years ago yesterday, on June 5, 1959. It was formerly owned by Johnny and Kate Martyn. The inside walls were whitewashed to keep them clean and also disinfected. Barrels were stored against the back wall and sometimes used as seating with planks on top. One had to be careful when entering as there was a small step down just inside the door, and if you missed it and staggered, you were likely to hear Mrs Martyn say, “Go back to where you came from, you have enough in already”. Johnny Martyn was a blacksmith and he had a forge attached to the pub where he shod horses, made gates, etc.

 

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