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Now that GAA club games are being played again, we thought to show you the county champions of 1936, Wolfe Tones. They were a city based team who also won the championship in 1941 but after that they seemed to fade out. Another city team of the period, Galway Gaels, who were champions in 1930, also faded out in the 1940s. Maybe some of the members of both clubs joined Father Griffins which was founded in 1948.
The Ballintubber dream of a three-in-a-row was rudely dispatched by a hungry and hard working Knockmore side, who mixed teak tough defending with attacking flair in spades in MacHale Park on Saturday evening.
The Galway City Council has rejected the request from Galway 2020 for an additional €2.5 million in public funding for the European Capital of Culture programme.
Join top Galician and Irish Traditional musicians Anxo Lorenzo, Jim Murray, Dónal O’Connor and Jack Talty for what promises to be a magical night at the Linenhall Arts Centre in Castlebar on Thursday January 16 at 8pm as part of a Music Network 14-date nationwide tour.
The National Lottery has this morning (Wednesday, January 8) revealed that one lucky EuroMillions player in Ireland will enjoy a much needed January cash windfall after Tuesday night’s €75 million draw produced a Match 5 + 1 Lucky Star prize winner from Mayo who has won €472,958.
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SINÉAD O'CONNOR will round off the final weekend of the Galway International Arts Festival when she headlines the Big Top in the Fisheries Field on Sunday July 26 2020.
After the war, there was a bit of a building boom of dance halls around the country. Radio had introduced popular music to the general public and more and more people wanted to move to the music, so dance bands began to form. Some of those in Galway were Des Fretwells’ Band, Maxie Dooley’s Musicmakers, The Bill Keaveney Orchestra, and Gerry Cahill’s Dance Band. They played the popular music of the day, were mostly seated on stage and reading the music from stands in front of them. Then along came Bill Haley and rock and roll and everything changed. The showbands had arrived. Music stands were forgotten, musicians played standing up and literally began to move with the times.
Corofin are through to their sixth Connacht final in a row after a controlled, yet underwhelming 1-10 to 0-11 win over a defensive Ballintubber side.
A locally made film, Cumar – A Galway Rhapsody, by Aodh Ó Coileáin of An Taibhdhearc and NUI Galway, has won the Best Documentary Award at the 2019 Irish Film Festival London.