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In 1978, RTE was on strike for some time which meant the repair shop in O’Connor TV had nothing to do, so John O’Sullivan and friends built a 30-watt transmitter and this prompted Tom O’Connor, John O’Sullivan, and Eamonn Geary to get together and set up a pirate radio station called Independent Radio Galway. Their studio was in an attic in the courtyard behind Cahill’s shop in William Street, and when this space became too small, they moved to a larger room over Garavans, where Johnny Waldron’s Joke Shop is today. The 199 metre aerial ran from the top of Glynns to the top of Gleesons. Their furniture consisted of two tables, a few chairs, the home-made transmitter, two turntables, and a few minor pieces of equipment.
Martin and Diarmuid Mulkerrins have advanced to their first doubles final together after a tight battle against Cork opponents at the weekend.
Moycullen's Diarmuid Mulkerrins won the All-Ireland U21 40x20 handball title in Kingscourt, Co Cavan, at the weekend.
Martin Mulkerrins suffered defeat in the All-Ireland semi-final stages of the O’Neills senior singles handball championships.
Reigning All Ireland champion Martin Mulkerins is one game away from a return to the All-Ireland final after a victory over beat Wexford’s Gavin Buggy in their All Ireland quarter-final clash on Saturday in Cullohill, Laois.
Martin Mulkerrins has progressed to the quarter finals of the O’Neills Senior Singles Championship following a routine 21-5 21-13 victory over Kerry’s Dominick Lynch.
For the first time, Galway Handball hosted a county She’s Ace Competition with some 80 women handballers playing in venues across Galway.
Diarmuid Mulkerrins became the first Galway man to win the 60x30 U21 All-Ireland final in the 52-years history of the competition.
Diarmuid Mulkerrins and Willie have Corcoran progressed to All-Ireland 60x30 finals after the All Ireland 60x30 doubles semi-finals on Sunday.
Martin Mulkerrins has claimed this year's senior 40x20 singles All-Ireland handball crown, becoming the first Galway player to lift the coveted trophy.