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The Ardilaun Leisure Club is the ultimate leisure facility, a well-established and prominent venue in the fitness industry of Galway. The club and its staff convey fitness quality, passion, exuberance, and overall a great sense of wellbeing. At The Ardilaun, the homely, friendly, atmosphere lays a great foundation for you to feel at ease and achieve your goal, and promotes all aspects of training — whether it is functional, flexibility, mobility, strength, stability, suspension training, the team strive to be at the top of their game.
The Ardilaun hotel, Galway, has received a major accolade in the Luxury Travel Guide Awards announced recently.
The two-day autumn meeting of the Galway Races begins Monday September 5 with a mixture of 14 flat and national hunt races taking place over the two days.
The team at The Ardilaun hotel is busy preparing for its third fun-filled Bubbly Brunch wedding event of the season on Sunday April 10 from 1.30pm to 4.30pm. This invite-only exclusive event, with special guest Maura Derrane of RTE’s Today Show, gives bridal parties to-be an excuse to brunch together while enjoying The Ardilaun’s famous hospitality, bubbly toasts, and delicious bites.
Galway WFC’s Ellerose O’Flaherty made history on Sunday, becoming the youngest person to play senior national league soccer for a Galway side.
Castlebar Celtic will be making the long trip to Ferrycarrig Park on Sunday for their eighth round game in the Continental Tyre’s Women’s National League to take on table toppers Wexford Youths. The southeastern team are two points ahead of second placed Raheny United, with UCD Waves just three points behind them in third place.
Martin Fagan of Mullingar Harriers led home almost 2,400 finishers in Saturday’s 29th Kearney Cycles Streets of Galway 8km road race.
Galway WFC's Sinead Taylor is one of six players in Ireland to be nominated for the Bus Eireann WNL Player of the Year award.
Galway WFC were unlucky not to get something out of their clash with Raheny United, going down 2-1 to in Morton Stadium, Santry, on Sunday.
Galway athlete Gary Thornton produced one of the best performances by local athlete when finishing second in Sunday's National Senior Cross-Country Championships in Dundalk IT.