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Euro bronze for Oughterard boxer

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Oranmore twins with Breton village

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Last week marked the beginning of the twinning of the town of Oranmore and the Breton village Clohars-Fouesnant, organised by the Oranmore Twinning Committee and its chairperson, Gerardine Costello. A group from the village arrived in Ireland and was greeted by members of the committee before they commenced their busy week-long visit to the west.

Oranmore to welcome French friends for twinning ceremony

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The Oranmore Twinning Association is currently making final preparations for a very special upcoming event in which the village will be officially twinned with Clohars-Fouesnant in France.

Ballinasloe fair and festival launches nine day festival programme

The programme of events for the 2011 Ballinasloe October Fair, worth in the region of €8.5 million to the local economy, was officially launched by Mayor of Ballinasloe, Cllr Mike Kelly at a special reception at the Carlton Shearwater Hotel in Ballinasloe on Monday night.

Tuam road multi-storey car park gets go-ahead

Galway City Council has given the go-head for a multi-storey car park on the Tuam Road which is expected to ease parking woes by providing 84 extra spaces.

Catch of the day

John McDonagh (second left) claimed the biggest catch of the day to win the Cathal Noone Memorial Cup in the annual trout fishing competition on Lough Corrib on Saturday. A total of 13 fish were presented for the weigh-in at Faherty's Bar in Oughterard, with McDonagh’s trout weighing 15.03lbs. Sean Bourke came second with a 14.14lbs fish, while Jamie Lydon came third with two fish weighing 12.30 lbs and 3.24 lbs. Gerry Dixon came fourth with two trout weighing 7.95 and 6.77 lbs, while fifth was Lee Hurney with a 7.31lb trout . Also pictured are Mike Noone, son of the late Cathal Noone who presented the trophy, runner-up Sean Burke, and anglers Kieran O’Toole and Gerry Dixon.

Catch of the day

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John McDonagh (second left) claimed the biggest catch of the day to win the Cathal Noone Memorial Cup in the annual trout fishing competition on Lough Corrib on Saturday. A total of 13 fish were presented for the weigh-in at Faherty's Bar in Oughterard, with McDonagh’s trout weighing 15.03lbs. Sean Bourke came second with a 14.14lbs fish, while Jamie Lydon came third with two fish weighing 12.30 lbs and 3.24 lbs. Gerry Dixon came fourth with two trout weighing 7.95 and 6.77 lbs, while fifth was Lee Hurney with a 7.31lb trout . Also pictured are Mike Noone, son of the late Cathal Noone who presented the trophy, runner-up Sean Burke, and anglers Kieran O’Toole and Gerry Dixon.

 

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