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There was great news on the job front in Galway this week with German Technology group SAP announcing t is to create 200 technology roles at its bases in Galway and Dublin by the end of the year.
Almost €7,000 in funding has been given to the Galway Autism Partnership to deliver a programme of specialist therapies for children on the autism spectrum.
When Fionn Mac Cumhaill, the Irish mythical hero, suddenly became the sole benefactor of all the wisdom of the world by virtue of being the first to taste the salmon of knowledge he unwittingly deprived his boss of a hard-earned prize. Fionn, who was requested to cook the fish for supper, burnt his finger while cooking the salmon and put his thumb in his mouth to cool the flesh.
There were very few industrial plants in Galway in the 1950s. Galway Textile Printers, known locally as the cotton factory, had just opened; there was the hat factory, and there were some small units around town, but that was it. Then the Lemass era arrived, and there was a change in government policy as the government began to actively encourage industries from abroad to locate here.
With nine of the side that lost last year's All-Ireland final to Clare featuring, the Cats done a second half demolition job in this Bord Gais Energy Leinster Under 21 hurling Championship at a Nowlan Park, Kilkenny on Wednesday night.
Last weekend was once again a very busy one for Kilkenny hurling as round two of the St Canice’s Credit Union Senior Hurling and the Michael Lyng Intermediate Hurling League took place. Teams have two weeks to prepare for these encounters. For teams that had lost or performed below par in round one, this was their chance to redeem themselves and put the all important points on the board.
Clara under 14 camogie shield final: Clara under 14 camogie team played the under 14 shield final against Thomastown recently in St Kieran’s College. This was a hard fought battle with Clara first half scores coming from Alyson Creane who goaled after a solo run from midfield, Deirdre Carrigan scored Clara’s second goal following a pass from Catherine Murphy and Ciara Byrne pointed following a pass from Claire Nolan. Thomastown scored 1-1 in the first half. In the second half Thomastown scored two points to leave just a point between the teams and despite their best efforts the Clara backs denied them the score to level the match and Ciara Byrne added a point for Clara to leave the final score Clara 2-2, Thomastown 1-3.
The Kilkenny under-21 side made it a clean sweep of qualifiers for All Ireland hurling finals for the county for the second year in succession when they disposed of Antrim in Saturday’s semi-final played in Páirc Tailteann, Navan.
Ballyhale Shamrocks 3-19