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With four clubs to be relegated every game in the Galway FA premier division matters deeply so three crucial fixtures are on the agenda this weekend.
A highly competitive Galway FA premier division continues perfectly illustrated by Friday’s eventful draw 2-2 between Mervue United and West United at Fahy’s Field.
With four clubs to be relegated from the Galway FA premier division every single point matters so Tuam Celtic were delighted to secure the full complement of spoils following a 4-2 success over Colemanstown United.
Cllr Donal Lyons has calimed the motion to introduce a temporary cycle track in Salthill was ‘forced through without debate’ in September.
No 3 Whitestrand Avenue is a substantial five bed semidetached home with the benefit of a two bed apartment to the side and a large private rear garden. Originally built in 1964, this home was extended and modernized over the years to accommodate a growing family. The apartment was built in 2001, while an extension to the rear of the home was built in 2016.
These are encouraging times for Salthill Devon, who blasted out another warning about the considerable potential in Victor Collins' squad with a convincing 6-0 triumph over St Bernard's at Drom on Sunday morning.
Carragh Mews housing estate in Salthill is another step closer to being taken in charge by the Galway City Council.
New to the market with Mullery auctioneers is Stanhope Cottage on Rockbarton Road in Salthill. The sale represents a rare opportunity to acquire a detached residence boasting a most desirable and enviable location in Salthill.
This excellent semidetached family home is in one of the most sought after developments in Salthill and Galway. No 129 Dun na Carraige is a well fitted and cared for home occupying a prominent corner position with a private mature rear garden. Dun na Carraige was developed by O’Malley Construction circa 1999/2000. It comprises a mix of detached, semidetached, and terraced houses and apartment buildings. Its location in Salthill within a few hundred metres of Blackrock diving tower and the Promenade makes it a highly sought after development.
The former tourist office in Salthill will continue to lie empty for some time yet, as the Galway City Council has to carry out a safety audit before a new round of expressions of interest for use of the building can be offered.