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Galway Golf Club’s Eddie McCormack (+3) has been included in the team to represent Ireland in the Home Internationals that take place at Ashburnham Golf Club, Wales from August 11 to 13. The Cavan golfer, who plays out of the Galway club, has enjoyed consistent form throughout 2010 - a beaten finalist in the West of Ireland, third-round leader in the East of Ireland championship, and two singles wins for Connacht in the recent interprovincial series at Ballinrobe Golf club.
Volkswagen Commercial Vehicles is leading the way in a changing market by rolling out an innovative lease product that provides Irish businesses a new alternative to purchasing a vehicle.
Volkswagen commercial vehicles (CVs) is leading the way in a changing market by rolling out an innovative lease product that provides Irish businesses with a new alternative to purchasing a vehicle.
Volkswagen commercial vehicles (CVs) is leading the way in a changing market by rolling out an innovative lease product that provides Irish businesses a new alternative to purchasing a vehicle.
At the launch of Western Motors Volkswagen Commercial Vehicles promotion were ( l-r) Mark Brady, sales manager of Volkswagen Commercial Vehicles; Paul Burke, director of Volkswagen Commercial Vehicles; Pat Keane, sales manager of Western Motorsl; Gerry Hyland, brand specialist Western Motors; and Noel Carrick, aftersales manager Western Motors. Photo:-Mike Shaughnessy
On Saturday a giant will be led through the streets of An Cheathrú Rua before being burned at the stake, accompanied by the sight and sound of an Irish speaking Australian stiltwaker.
The annual Christmas interprovincial clash between Connacht and Ulster is once again expected to produce a cracker contest when the two sides meet in Thomond Park on St Stephen’s Day (7.30pm). Connacht, on the back of their unbeaten European form, versus a Munster side that crushed French champions Perpignan at the weekend.
Twenty-three places in the Galway District leagues separate Oranmore and Knocknacarra but on Saturday afternoon the city side ripped up the form book as they dumped their illustrious opponents out of the FAI Junior Cup at the second round.
The annual Christmas fixture between Connacht and Munster promises to be another cracker when they two sides meet at the Galway Sportsground on Sunday (December 28) at 6p.
Mayo footballer Ronan McGarrity was on hand at the recent launch of the new Toymaster school uniform department in its Ballina Store on the Crossmolina Road. The local Mayo fans were delighted to have their autograph books and Mayo jerseys signed by one of the heros of the recent championship campaign.