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Corinthians host Shannon after opening day win

Corinthians RFC takes centre stage on the rugby calendar this weekend when they host their first All Ireland League division 1B fixture at Cloonacauneen.

Loughrea in fine fettle as hurling championship gets under way

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Carnmore, Turloughmore and Craughwell hurling clubs kick off their championships on Sunday

Errant shooting costs Rahoon-Newcastle intermediates dear

Kilconieron 1-8

Imperial Hotel keeping up with the times

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Galway’s well known city hotel is sleek, comfortable, and affordable. The Imperial hotel on Eyre Square has the advantage of having public transport, tour buses, and city centre shops all on its doorstep. Built originally in 1810, the hotel has enjoyed pride of place as the city’s most central hotel.

‘73 tractor still does the job

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It must surely be a record that a new tractor purchased in 1973 has worked every year since, has the original tyres, and never got a puncture even once in all of 35 years. Martin Kelly of Ballinacor, Newbridge, purchased his first and only tractor, a Zetor, from Brogan’s of Ballymoe in the spring of 1973. He has used the tractor to cut hay, bring home turf, spread fertiliser, and do a hundred other jobs over this long period of time and while the tyres are “bald enough,” as Martin put it, he never had to remove a tyre since the day he got it. Martin intends to have his tractor on show at the vintage rally in Mountbellew, which will take place this Saturday and Sunday.

NUIG V CLAREGALWAY:

The thing about NUIG is that you can never be sure who will turn up for them on any given Sunday.

Cortoon and St Michael’s crash out of the championship

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Joining them in the early shower department are Killanin, Kilkerrin/Clonberne, and NUIG.

 

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