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Teen tipplers topping up at home are putting themselves at risk says head of local alcohol task force

The head of a regional drug and alcohol task force has warned that young people are putting themselves at risk by consuming quantities of alcohol at home before going on nights out.

Who will win and lose at tomorrow’s polls?

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All of the declarations have been finalised for tomorrow’s ‘Galway County Council Local Summer Festival’ which will see 74 runners and riders go to post for what promises to be a day of high excitement for owners and trainers alike.

People urged to examine their relationship with alcohol

In case of emergency ICE your phone

A campaign to encourage people to store their next of kin’s contact details in their mobile phone has been launched by the Western Region Drugs Task Force in association with An Garda Síochána, the fire service, and the ambulance services.

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Oughterard Golf Club: Open singles stableford, John Morley (12) 38; Gerry Burke (10) 38; Greg Bohan (21) 36. Open singles stableford, Sean Rankin (21) 39; Walter McDonagh (21) 38. Men's stableford, Padraic Griffin (15) 39; Martin Lee (14) 39; Gross Liam O'Reilly (3) 30; Peter Whelan (20) 39; Paddy O'Halloran (16) 38; Michael Walsh (26) 37. Ladies, Kay McCarthy (30) 33; Betty Clancy (24) 31; Gross Rita Jordan (17) 16; Barbara Richardson (21) 30; Cat 1, 1st Patricia Lee (17) 25 ; Laura Gore (15) 24; Cat 2, Fionnuala Hackett (27) 30; Bernie McTigue (27) 29; Cat 3, 1st Maree Lundon (29) 29, Kay Lydon (34) 25.

Connacht juniors claim first interpro title with Grand Slam

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Connacht have made an historical breakthrough in Irish rugby with the junior XV claiming their first interprovincial crown.

A first interprovincial title beckons for Connacht Juniors

A first interprovincial title is the prize on offer for Connacht on Saturday if they overcome Munster in the final junior championship fixture at the Galway Sportsground (2.30pm).

Next up Leinster for in-form Connacht Juniors

Connacht prepare for what is expected to be the toughest and possibly the deciding fixture of this year’s Junior Interprovincial Championship when they face Leinster in Donnybrook on Saturday at 2.30pm.

Connacht scuttle Munster’s title hopes with narrow win

Connacht signed off their Junior Interprovincial Championship with a well earned 25 - 24 win over title hopefuls Munster in Cork on Saturday.

 

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