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The Mayo U17 Celtic Challenge Hurling side advanced to the All-Ireland Michael Feery Cup final after overcoming the Kildare Lilywhites by the narrowest of margins.
'We opened the week the country shut down’ best sums up the journey the new Archers store on the Newport Road in Castlebar has undertaken in a little over two years, according to Seamus Hastings from Archers.
Connacht Rugby celebrates its annual awards on Saturday evening with nominees ranging from underage to professional level in both male and female categories.
It is a sign of the passage of time that we now have a bishop of Galway who is younger than the Cathedral in which he serves. At his installation Mass on Sunday afternoon, which was delayed by a quarter hour because of traffic congestion on what was an unusually busy Bank Holiday Sunday in the city, he spoke of the great honour it is to be appointed to work in the Cathedral which he said has “lived up to Bishop Browne’s dream that it would be “solid, dignified and worthy of Galway.”
Castlebar - the new single from Missing The Ferry - is released on Friday, April 29 - just in time for Mayo Day 2022. The tune is about the emigrants' yearning to return home to Ireland, which remains strong even as their grip on life weakens.
Ulster University edged NUIG Mystics 58-56 in a thrilling MissQuote.ie division one League Cup final at the National Basketball Arena.
MARY MCPARTLAN, a powerhouse of Irish folk music - as a vocalist, a supporter of songwriters, an event organiser, as someone who nurtured the tradition, not just keeping it alive, but giving it a future - will be celebrated in Galway in April.
Galway and Clare will face off in a National Hurling League fixture for the 62nd time this Sunday afternoon in Salthill (1.45pm throw-in), but both teams are already focusing on their championship preparations with the top two in division one's group A already known.
It was Manchester airport, March 2008, and the flight to Galway had been delayed. Disgruntled passengers wandered through the departures terminal, concerned that Galway Airport might be closed by the time their plane landed. The complaints grew louder with the announcement of a further two hour delay. ‘All intending passengers’ were impatient and fed up. Well, almost all. There was one exception. In the midst of the unhappy throng, there was one person who would have more reason than most to complain and bemoan their predicament. Accompanied by her mother, Aileen, was a young Clarinbridge girl, who was returning home having just had re-construction surgery performed on her foot in a hospital in Sheffield. This was another staging post in what had been a series of operations carried out over a number of years in the English city. Amidst the doom and gloom of the delayed passengers, she stood out like a beacon of light. Smiling, friendly, warm and chatty, welcome to Katie O’Brien. She was twelve years of age.
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