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Newman Institute gets ready to dance

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The Newman Institute are embarking on a very popular fundraising event on Saturday, November 16 in Hotel Ballina. Sixteen budding dancers have volunteered to compete for the prestigious prize of winning champion of the dance floor competition. The couples have been involved in an intensive dance training campaign for months under the stewardship of choreographer and dance instructor Marie Brennan. The main sponsor for the event is Paddy Connolly 4x4, Killala Road, Ballina. Each dancer has also secured a sponsor for raising funds. Proceeds from all the fundraising organised by the Newman's Institute's fundraising committee will go towards establishing a student bursary as well as contributing towards the running costs of the Institute.

Unbeaten Galway Ladies secure home semi-final

Galway Ladies have secured a home National League semi-final draw against Westmeath following last Sunday’s final round.

Galway ladies find their form

Galway made it five wins in a row in the Ladies National Football League as they hit another high tally to dispose of Tipperary at Pearse Stadium on Sunday.

Ladies look for fifth win

Galway ladies enjoy home advantage for the second week in succession when they host Tipperary on Sunday at Pearse Stadium (2pm).

Ladies register first win

The Galway ladies footballers bounced back from their opening league defeat at the hands of Mayo to register their first win when overcoming Waterford by 1-13 to 1-8 in Carrickbeg on Sunday.

Galway ladies exit football championship at the hands of Dublin

The Galway ladies footballers’ 2011 championship campaign was brought to an end by reigning All-Ireland champions Dublin at St Brendan’s Park in Birr on Saturday – ending a disappointing year for Gay O’Brien’s squad. After only managing two first half points, Galway improved dramatically after the restart but failed to turn their lengthy spells of possession into badly needed scores. After sending over the first point of the game the Jackies were handed a dream start when Amy Ring’s effort from far out on the right-hand side dipped fiercely and landed in the corner of the net to stun Galway.


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