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Corinthians host Malone in tricky home opener

Corinthians host Malone on Saturday at Cloonacauneen (2,30pm) hoping to open their division 1B Ulster Bank League account.

Galwegians and Corinthians continue rivalry in Ulster Bank League

Galway rugby clubs return to Ulster Bank League action on Saturday with both Galwegians and Corinthians competing in division 1B, alongside fellow Connacht rivals Buccaneers.

‘Appy out — competition to get college students working on new innovative apps

A new competition ‘Code Ninja’ has been launched for students at Galway-Mayo Institute of Technology (GMIT) and NUI Galway. Code Ninja is an App development competition, designed to train and encourage students to be creative in the cultivation of their own tech ideas.

‘Appy out — competition to get college students working on new innovative apps

A new competition ‘Code Ninja’ has been launched for students at Galway-Mayo Institute of Technology (GMIT) and NUI Galway. Code Ninja is an App development competition, designed to train and encourage students to be creative in the cultivation of their own tech ideas.

Corinthians take leaders’ scalp

Corinthians held on for a fine win against table-toppers Queen’s at Cloonacauneen Park on Saturday in their Ulster Bank division 2A fixture.

New-look Ulster Bank League kicks off

The newly-structured Ulster Bank League kicks off this weekend, and there is much at stake for Connacht clubs this season.

The Connacht Tribune, one hundred years

The first issue of the Connacht Tribune was published on May 22, 1909. The newspaper was housed in Market Street, originally known as North Street (the Tribune side was known as North Street West). We know from the 1651 map that the site it occupied was originally part of the Athy Castle, also the castle belonging to the French family and part of the convent occupied by the Poor Clares. There was an underground passage from the convent running under Market Street and branching underground to St Nicholas’ Collegiate Church. This enabled the nuns who were and are an enclosed order, to attend services in the church, and to use the tunnel as a hiding place in times of persecution.

The Connacht Tribune, one hundred years

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The first issue of the Connacht Tribune was published on May 22, 1909. The newspaper was housed in Market Street, originally known as North Street (the Tribune side was known as North Street West). We know from the 1651 map that the site it occupied was originally part of the Athy Castle, also the castle belonging to the French family and part of the convent occupied by the Poor Clares. There was an underground passage from the convent running under Market Street and branching underground to St Nicholas’ Collegiate Church. This enabled the nuns who were and are an enclosed order, to attend services in the church, and to use the tunnel as a hiding place in times of persecution.

Leinster Leg of FBD All-Ireland GAA Golf Challenge looking for entrants

The Leinster leg of the 10th FBD All-Ireland GAA Golf Challenge is filling up as the final date for entries fast approaches.  The Leinster final of the competition will be played at Naas Golf Club in Kildare on Friday June 26 and already a host GAA clubs from the province have entered teams in a bid for All-Ireland glory.

 

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