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Claregalway Leaving Cert student hopes to follow in footsteps of famous pop cousin

Katelyn Molloy, a Leaving Cert student from Cregmore, Claregalway has qualified for the semi-final stages of the All-Ireland Music Competition where a recording contract and representation at TMI awaits the winning act. Seventeen year-old Katelyn, a cousin of pop star Una Healy of The Saturdays will be contesting for a place in the final at the West County Hotel, Ennis, Co Clare on January 4 where she will have to battle against 15 other competitors in the penultimate stages of the competition.

Mervue have first national youth trophy in their sights

Mervue United contest the club’s first FAI Umbro Youth Challenge Cup final on Sunday when they take on Fairview Rangers in Limerick at Jackman Park (2pm).

Mervue look for first win tomorrow

Galway’s two representatives in the Airtricity first division, Salthill Devon and Mervue United, will be hoping for better results in tomorrow’s third round.

Mervue continue hunt for top-four finish

Mervue United’s hunt for a top-four finish in the Eircom League A Championship continues on Saturday with a home fixture against Derry City (2pm).

Glynn’s A team hammer Devon

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Mervue almost there

Mervue United continue their remarkable run of form and are almost guaranteed a play-off with the bottom team in the first division.

Mervue prepare for promotion tie

Mervue United are gearing up for the biggest double-header of their history .

Mervue head to Kildare with promotion still in sight

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Marvellous Mervue finish season in style

Coming from a bohemian city renowned for its dreamers and schemers, it came as no surprise that Mervue United ventured to Station Road accompanied with hope and quiet expectation. That the trip home was brimful of contentment simply added to the sense of satisfaction as Mervue must now deliberate on whether to accept entry into the Eircom League First Division. Conferences will be organised briskly.

A new season of expectations for Galway United and Mervue

The League of Ireland makes a welcome return tomorrow, and two Galway clubs will be anxious to make positive statements on the first night of competitive action in 2009.

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