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The Oranmore/Maree Schools Soccer and Gaelic Football for boys and girls aged five to 13 returns next week, Monday July 8 to 12, to the new Maree pitches and new Maree indoor astro from 9am to 1pm daily.
I was in the Neale last Sunday morning for an u15 semi-final and there, taking pride of place, was the Pete Mc Donnell junior cup sitting on top of the gated entrance to the field. There were many gravelly, tired sounding, voices in the small compact stand, which is very understandable considering this was their first and only adult title of their 110 year history and no doubt a long night of celebrations had taken place.
The Galway Schools’ Soccer and Gaelic Football Academy returns once more this summer.
The seventh annual Golfing for Autism will take place on Friday July 23 in Esker Hills Golf Club, Ballinamere, Co Offaly.
Galway Schools’ Soccer and Gaelic Football Academy returns this summer for two weeks.
There is a strong Galway flavour in RTE’s Road to Croker programme tonight at 8pm. The show looks back at Galway’s All-Ireland winning season in 1998 and has some clips from the championship campaign of that season.
Thankfully I know I am not alone in this one; just ask any second level teacher who teaches lads.
As part of Oughterard GAA Club’s centenerary celebrations, a Masters (over 40) game was held in Killannin recently.
Picking most teams at any level is a difficult exercise, unless of course you have absolute stand-out players like Ja Fallon, Padraic Joyce, Sean Og De Paor, Tomas Mannion, Michael Donnellan, Derek Savage and company, in their prime.Then it is just a matter of handing out the jerseys and letting the talented guys show the world how they have been blessed by God and mother-nature.
•The popular Galway Schools Soccer and Gaelic Football Academy returns to St Mary’s College this month. Two camps, from July 13 to July 17 and July 20 to July 24 will be held from 9am to 1pm daily. Directed by Sean Og de Paor, Martin Horgan, and Robert Grealish, this successful mix of sports has been a resounding success over the past decade. Quality coaching, fine facilities, and prizes for all participants - not forgetting the daily soup and roll for each child - are the hallmarks of the St Mary’s academy. A third camp starts next Monday (June 5 to 10) which is based in Oranmore. For further enquiries contact 087-6061176/ 087- 2237683/091-388973.