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Former Irish goalkeeper Packie Bonner launched the 10th Galway Cup at a reception in the Aula Maxima NUIG this week.
People are being urged to support a fundraising celebrity soccer game on Friday evening which will benefit two local charities.
ACT with Samaritans is a joint venture between ACT for Meningitis and Samaritans Galway who for one evening have joined forces together to host a Celebrity Soccer Match at Deacy Park on Friday November 29 7.30pm. As well as raising money for both charities the aim of the event is to raise the profile of both organizations and to encourage people to come forward and seek support.
A man who was found hiding in a Christmas tree in a house where he was trespassing was before Ballina District Court this week where trespassing and criminal damage charges were dismissed by Judge Mary Devins.
Many great men have sported moustaches - Albert Einstein, Friedrich Engels, Ghandi, Salvador Dalí, Freddie Mercury, Friedrich Nietzsche - and Galwaymen have a chance to join their ranks this month.
“Since I don’t smoke, I decided to grow a moustache - it is better for the health,” so said the Spanish surrealist artist Salvador Dalí, and next month Galwaymen can grow a moustache for health reasons too.
When the Aston Villa Legends face West United - the club at which the late Eamonn Chick Deacy began and ended his soccer career, they can expect “hard tackling” and “tough and fearless” opposition, warns its manager William Grant.
Packie Bonner, one of the legendary Republic Of Ireland players, whose ‘hand of God’ moment at Italia 90 earned him Irish football immortality, will play at this weekend’s testimonial match for Eamonn ‘Chick’ Deacy.
The Football Association of Ireland in conjunction with Carlow Local Authorities have announced a new FAI development officer for the Carlow area.
While Labour are poised to make gains in Galway city during the Local Elections, achieving an EU seat in the North West constituency in June’s EU election will prove a much tougher task.