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Galway U20s final against Dublin called off due to new Covid restrictions

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Dónál Ó’Fatharta’s Galway U20 side, having produced a magnificent performance against the odds to overcome a strongly fancied Kerry team last Saturday, may not to get to play their All Ireland final against Dublin.

Mitchels minors are magnificent in MacHale Park

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The future is bright for Castlebar Mitchels and it could be very bright going on the performance of their minors in MacHale Park on Sunday lunchtime.

Town win cracker over Celtic thanks to five star Lavelle

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Big three pick up opening day wins

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The opening weekend of action in the Mayo League saw plenty of goals and wins for the big three sides in the Elvery's Sports Super League, with defending champions Castlebar Celtic, Westport United and Ballina Town all picking up three points.

Oughterard save best for Croke Park to win All Ireland club crown

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A new name will be engraved on the All-Ireland intermediate club football trophy after Oughterard achieved a superb win over Monaghan side Magheracloone at Croke Park on Saturday.

Oughterard footballers primed for Croke Park final

After upsetting the odds by defeating the star studded Templenoe, Oughterard head to Croke Park on Saturday full of confidence.

Oughterard defy the odds

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Oughterard defied the odds to upset Templenoe in Kilmallock on Saturday afternoon and reach the All-Ireland intermediate final.

An aerial view of Galway in the 1600s

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THE FIRST paragraph of this fascinating book reads: “Galway is unique among Irish cities in possessing a map that not just provides a bird’s-eye view of the urban landscape at a critical juncture in its history, but also offers insights into cultural, socio-political, and religious outlooks of the town’s ruling elite at this time. The printed map is a glorification of Galway, a celebration of its importance, wealth and power in the years immediately preceding its surrender to parliamentary forces in 1652. That it was made to impress is evinced not only in the visual impact of the heraldic embellishments and decorative artistry employed but also in the wealth of detail recorded, much of which might otherwise remain unknown."

Balls Bridge, 1685

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This drawing is of a detail from “A Prospect of Galway” drawn by Thomas Phillips in 1685. It shows the southern end of the middle suburb with Balls Bridge on the left, and the bit of an arch you can see on the far right was part of the West Bridge. Balls Bridge is the bridge over what is now the canal between Upper and Lower Dominick Street, and the buildings we are looking at would be the backs of Lower Dominick Street as seen roughly from across the road from where the Fisheries Tower is today. The West Bridge is where O’Brien’s Bridge is today.

Mayo's minors look to crush southern rebels

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The rising star can quite often upstage the main attraction on a concert billing and while all the attention will be on the big show at 5pm in Croke Park, the support act could quite possibly be the game of the day for thrills, spills and and excitement.


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