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Thousands to make the long pilgrimage to Croke Park on Sunday

The flags and the bunting have been put up around the towns and villages of the county. Songs have been written and learned with gusto, while those who left the wild sod of their homeland in search of better things afar, are clutching boarding cards to come home. It can only mean one thing — Mayo is in an All Ireland final.

Score with a celebrity at this year’s Volvo Ocean Race

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A host of sportspeople and celebrities will be taking part in a special fundraiser for Goal to coincide with the Volvo Ocean Race celebrations.

Questions need answers over Connacht club final refereeing

The Way It Is by Ray Silke

Salthill may start as favourites, but Stars have a spring in their step

Tuam Stars and their supporters will be in high spirits this week after their tremendous and deserved one-point victory over Mountbellew/Moylough on Sunday.

New website to help schoolgoers and raise funds for GOAL

Education, fun, and charity have come together to create a new website to help school pupils with their general knowledge as well as raising money for GOAL.

Who will win the 2010 Galway county hurling final on Sunday?

Ray Silke asks three different local hurling aficionados who they think will be victorious on Sunday at Pearse Stadium and why.

NUIG and Corofin expected to advance to the county final

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Previewing any game involving NUIG is difficult because you don’t how many of their marquee players will or won’t be available. However, and this is a prediction of which I am confident, if they have all their top players this Sunday, they will be too strong for Cortoon Shamrocks.

Caherlistrane v Corofin

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The clash of these two neighbouring clubs should provide for plenty of tough, hard, and exciting football action on Sunday evening.

Oughterard celebrates with over-40 match

The highlight of Oughterard GAA’s centenary year takes place this weekend with its Centenary Social on Saturday evening.

Tuam set to wipe out Fianna Fáil in north of the county

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Tuam has increased its natural hinterland on the west and may have lost some wise councillors on the east. The change was a natural alignment on paper by bringing the East Galway regions of the Oranmore electoral ward into the Tuam ward, while adding to the hinterland of Ballinasloe town.


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