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The great strength of the Gaelic Athletic Association is that it has spread into virtually every street and small village in the country. Having players and supporters all over Ireland has made this organisation one of the most popular and one of the most powerful in the land.
The Galway Hooker, maritime pursuits and sports, and traditional music will be celebrated at the annual Cruinniu na mBad festival in Kinvara this weekend.
TRAD IRISH group Shaskeen will play a charity concert tomorrow to raise funds for both the Samaritans and St Nicholas’ Collegiate Church.
Yesterday the near century old Galway hooker Nora Bheag, (Little Nora in English), was finally taken out of her container in perfect condition in Abu Dhabi. She arrived safely after an historic voyage that set out from Galway more than eight weeks ago.
ACCOMPLISHED MUSICIAN and band leader Tom Cussen grew up in the Broadford/Newcastle west area of Co Limerick – known locally as ‘the gateway to the south west of Ireland’ – in the early 1960s.
Oranmore reignited the race for the Western Hygiene Supplies Premier Division title on Sunday afternoon when they beat pacesetters West United thanks to Mike Fahy’s late winner. A game that always had the look of a potential banana skin for West proved as much, as the leaders fell to their first defeat of the season and could have few complaints about the final outcome.
Oranmore's clamber up the Premier League table continued apace as they ground out a hard-fought arm wrestle against an unrelenting, yet ultimately unsuccessful, Corrib Rangers on Saturday afternoon.