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More than 500 guidance counsellors from all over Ireland are expected to attend the Institute of Guidance Counsellors National Conference which will be held in NUI Galway tomorrow (Friday) and Saturday. This 2020 conference is being hosted by the Galway/Mayo branch of the Institute of Guidance Counsellors. As well as facilitating the two day conference, NUI Galway has been unveiled as the main sponsor for this year’s event, with supporting sponsorship from GMIT.
Guidance counsellors need to arm themselves with techniques to cope with rising demands, says top doctor
Guidance counsellors who are tasked with dealing with the wide range of mental health issues that impact secondary school students, need to arm themselves with the techniques necessary to cope with the demands placed on them by students.
A final score line of 2-3 to 0-4 makes for dour reading in an All-Ireland final, but on an enormous day for ladies' football, Dublin bagged their three-in-a-row, and Galway come out with their heads held high.
October 3 2004 is a date where if you asked any player, supporter, or volunteer associated with Galway Ladies Football 'Where were you?', they would be two responses; 'I was in Croke Park' or I was watching on the TV the events unfolding at HQ. The special day is forever etched on the minds of those players, supporters, and volunteers because it was the day after 30 years of trying, the Tribeswomen finally brought the Brendan Martin Cup home for the first and only time.
Galway face current champions Dublin in the Lidl All-Ireland Senior Ladies Football Championship final on Sunday (4pm).
Galway Senior Ladies footballers have a chance to qualify for the league semi-finals when they travel to Tipperary on Saturday (7pm).
Galway, having kicked off their campaign with a win over Cork last weekend, now face a different challenge when they are back on the road to Lisseagh, Emyvale, on Saturday (2pm) to face Monaghan in the second round of the Lidl National League.
There was massive disappointment for the Galway senior ladies football squad when they were well beaten by a powerful and hard-running Dublin outfit by 4-08 to 1-10 in Hyde Park on Saturday.
The Galway senior ladies, under the management of Stephen Glennon, were narrow winners over Mayo in the Connacht football final at McHale Park on Sunday.
Over 160 people joined Galway Simon Community for their first ever Dip at Dawn event in Salthill last week. The event was organised on the longest day of the year as an act of solidarity with the almost 10,000 people in emergency accommodation across the country and the many more hidden homeless and in homeless services.