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The world in union takes centre stage

Turning away from Galway’s on-going traffic chaos to the world of sport, rugby union has taken centre stage this week with the World Cup kicking off in New Zealand - 20 nations, having prepared for four years, will compete over six weeks to claim the highest prize in the sport.

Galway hosts top canoe polo event

Galway gears up for another sporting event next week when the city hosts the 2011 Irish Canoe Polo Open.

Claremorris Legend League

Claremorris AFC are holding Legends league kicking off in July. Teams are made up of a panel of 10, seven players on with three rolling subs.

Claddagh pupils look for more schools to play Olympic handball

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Fifth class pupils at Claddagh NS are issuing an appeal to find competitors for their Olympic handball team. According to the children, very few schools are involved in this sport which is described as a cross between basketball and soccer, and they are urging new schools to become involved and, if necessary, they are welcome to practice with Claddagh NS in their court.

Shinty comes to Connemara

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The Scottish shinty team will play Cumann Mhícheál Breathnach this Saturday for the Celtic Cup at a match in the Cumann Mhícheál Breathnach GAA grounds in Connemara.

Calling all ladies to tog out with the Kilkenny rugby team

It’s that time of the year again when rugby players put their tags behind them and tog out for full on rugby league action. Last season saw the introduction of the first Kilkenny ladies rugby team and the interest was very high.

Mixed social tag rugby returns to Mullingar

Tag rugby, the fastest growing summer sport in Ireland, returns to Mullingar for its third season on Thursday May 27 and will be sponsored by the Lane Club.

Naughton stars in Corrib victory

Local water polo players scooped the top prize at the Irish u-14 Water-Polo Championship held in the Salthill Hotel’s Ocean Fitness pool.

All-Ireland and Christy Ring winners for hurling/shinty internationals

The GAA has announced the squads that have been selected for the under 21 and senior hurling/shinty internationals against Scotland on Saturday next, October 18. The senior international takes place in Nowlan Park, Kilkenny at 3 pm, while the under 21 will be held in Durrow, Co Laois at 12 noon.

All-Ireland and Christy Ring winners for hurling/shinty internationals

The GAA has announced the squads that have been selected for the under 21 and senior hurling/shinty internationals against Scotland on Saturday next, October 18. The senior international takes place in Nowlan Park, Kilkenny at 3 pm, while the under 21 will be held in Durrow, Co Laois at 12 noon.

 

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