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The Galway Study Centre is a tutorial school which has been based in Mill Street for the past 35 years. Enrolments are now being taken for its new term, starting on September 16.
Galway Arts Centre will host hosts its annual study day for Leaving Certificate Art History and Appreciation students on Friday March 15 from 9am to 3pm in the Nuns Island Theatre.
The Galway Study Centre at Mill Street is now taking enrolments for the new term starting in September. Classes take place after school, in the evenings, and on Saturdays.
It has been a good season so far for Tony Ward's Galway senior camogie players and they hope to continue their winning ways when they face Wexford in the All-Ireland semi-final this Saturday in Nowlan Park (3.30pm).
Last weekend was a very good one for Galway camogie as Tony Ward’s senior team defeated the All-Ireland champions Cork to claim their first Irish Daily Star Camogie League division one title since 2005 by 2-15 to 2-12.
Galway’s senior camogie have advanced to the Irish Daily Star Camogie League division one semi-finals and will join Cork, Kilkenny and Limerick on April 22.
Galway put their 100 per cent record on the line this Saturday (3.15pm) when they face Wexford in Kenny Park in the All Ireland Senior Camogie Championship.
The Galway Camogie team to play Offaly in Banagher on Saturday (2.30pm) in their opening game of the championship has been selected by the management team of Tony Ward, Sharon Glynn and James McGrath.
Despite being narrowly defeated in the All-Ireland final to Wexford, the Galway camogie team was honoured last weekend with the selection of six 2011 All Stars.
It is difficult to believe any county could suffer the heartbreak of losing five All-Ireland senior finals in any code in the space of 14 years. Yet that is the painfully cold statistic that faces Galway Camogie after another shattering defeat in a senior decider last Sunday in Croke Park.