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Try sailing at club open day

An open day for Galwegians interested in sailing will take place at the Galway Bay Sailing Club on Sunday May 24.

Renmore gynmasts head to world champs

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Three gymnasts from Renmore Gymnastics Club have qualified to represent Ireland at the world tumbling championships this month.

Galway girl qualifies for US dressage champs

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Galway’s Shauna Finneran, pictured with Vito, has qualified for the national dressage championships in the USA which take place in Saugerties, New York, this week. She also has qualified for the New England Dressage Association Regional championships at the same venue.

Daniels jumps clear for Ireland gold

Galway’s Cathal Daniels is celebrating helping Ireland to team gold at the Junior European Eventing Championships in England.

Sailing club up for award

The Galway Bay Sailing Club has been shortlisted for one of sailing’s top awards in Ireland.

Get fit at at an approved horse riding centre

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Horse riding in an Association of Irish Riding Establishment approved riding centre can tick all the boxes for children and adults.

White collar boxers wanted for Oyster showpiece

Calling all white collar boxers of all levels beginner, intermediate or advanced for a white collar boxing night taking place on Friday 13 September in the Clarenbridge Oyster Festival marquee.

Buru and Nash are National Junior Cadet Champions

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Four Mayo boxers were in action in the 2013 National Junior Cadets semi and finals last weekend. Eric Nash (Knockmore BC) was to participate in his semi final in the 52kg division against Peter McCarton (Bishop Kelly BC, Tyrone) but the northern boxer withdrew from the championships. Nash was up against a good clean puncher Airijus Vitlipas (St Davids, Naas) in the final on Saturday afternoon. Nash and his father and coach had the luxury of watching the Polish boxer in his semi final on Friday evening and the important notes and video was taken to view later that night. The homework was done, the hard training was complete and when Nash stepped into the ring at 2pm on Saturday he was simply outstanding throughout the three rounds and caught the Naas boy every time he lead a punch and missed which was quite often. Vitlipas was considered a quality boxer by various club coaches after his impressive semi final win but Nash made him look quite ordinary and the Knockmore boxer went on to win his second personal title and the clubs second in their short five year history. The three judges gave all rounds to Nash and he won on a unanimous decision 3-0.

Renmore gymnasts in flying form at nationals

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Renmore gymnasts made club history when four members represented Ireland at the 2013 Celtic Cup Championships in The Isle of Man.

Renmore gymnasts in flying form at nationals

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Renmore gymnasts made club history when four members represented Ireland at the 2013 Celtic Cup Championships in The Isle of Man.

 

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