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ST PATRICK’S Day will be an online celebration this year. It's a great occasion to spend time with family and have fun at home. That's why The Galway Advertiser, Galway City Council and Galway Museum have come together to bring fun and interactive content and activities for all the family to your home. Discover about St Patrick's Day traditions history, give our St Patrick's Day quiz a try and enjoy games and activities with the kids, including DIY St Patrick's Day badges, Scavenger hunt and colouring!
Five Connacht titles, two All Ireland medals 1998 and 2001; and two All Stars.
Only three times has Sam Maguire been hoisted in the air by a Mayo captain - Aidan O'Shea is the latest in a long line of those looking to follow in the footsteps of Sean Flanagan in 1950 and 1951 and Seamus O'Malley who was the first Mayo man to do it in 1936.
It's been five years since Mayo have contested a Connacht Senior Football Championship final. While not reaching the provincial decider hasn't really hindered their progress in the championship - reaching two All Ireland finals and another semi-final in the four years since then - this year is different.
Ballina AC athlete, Hugh Armstrong, has been called up by Athletics Ireland to be part of the national team that will be competing in the World Athletics Half Marathon Championships in Gdynia in Poland next month.
Ireland’s largest domestic ferry, Saoirse na Farraige to be operated by Aran Island Ferries, is on its way to Galway from Hong Kong, becoming the sixth ferry in their fleet.
A strong second half showing saw Westport book their place in next weekends semi-finals following a ten point win over a brave The Neale side in MacHale Park on Sunday afternoon.
The fundraising event to launch My Story, the inspirational diary by the late Pat O’Brien, was a great success and very well attended.
Kevin Burke Tyres depot in Gort is a vital part of the company's continued expansion in Galway.
Bealtaine Festival (celebrating arts and creativity as we age) presents What Good is Looking Well When You’re Rotten on the Inside? by Emma O’Grady at Roscommon Arts Centre on Wednesday May 22 at 8pm.