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Following last year’s All Ireland success, Dominican College Taylor’s Hill senior girls soccer team has again qualified for this year’s final.
Galway is set for a €1 million windfall this weekend when 10,000 visitors arrive in the city for BakeFest Galway.
Back by popular demand, comedy play The Sleeveens, written by local woman Margaret McKenna Mullan, has had audiences rocking in their seats with laughter in theatres the length and breadth of Ireland, and now returns to the Dean Crowe for two nights only.
Need a quick refresher course in easy, classic chic with a touch of feminine styling? Then, turn your attention to Bellanisa, a collection with its roots in Italian styling and fabrics.
Some 10,000 visitors are set to arrive in the city this coming weekend for Bake Fest Galway, with an estimated €1 million to be injected into the local economy.
If three is a magic number the third Westport Food Festival, which was launched this week, will put a spell on food enthusiasts young and old. Taking place from September 6 - 8, the community-based programme of events includes many new and some old favourites, with something for every pocket and palate.
Koochie Koo’s inspiring collection of designers offers something for everyone – from the fashion conscious to the budget conscious. Hatley, Lilly and Sid, Abella, Dirkje, Emile et Rose are but a few of the brands they carry.
Salthill Devon girls have qualified for the finals of Irish u-12 National Blitz.
Connacht complete their pre-season fixture list when they return to the Stoop to face familiar foes Harlequins on Saturday (2.45pm).
Lilly Mae Morrison (4) was recently diagnosed with Stage 4 neuroblastoma, a rare form of cancer that affects one in every 100,000 children in Ireland. During the VOlvo Ocean Race finale, Jamie Harrison, a local musician, performed on the streets of Galway to raise funds for the Sunni Mae trust, a charity set up to raise funds for Lilly Mae. After a total of four days busking, Jamie raised €6100 as a result of the generosity of the Galway people.