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Galway FC shows what can be done with togetherness

Sometimes a feeling abounds that Galway does not punch the weight it should, that there is something amiss, divisive, unhealthy even, that eats at the heart of every concerted effort to make this city better. It is not a begrudgery. It is something more than that. A sort of reticence in the drive to improve things, to make Galway a city like all the others. There are many reasons for this. There are many objections to key infrastructural advancements, but this in itself is not solely a bad thing. It is an opinionated city, though often the balance of opinion lies with those who pose an alternative view, based on the perception of the world, rather than on how it is viewed or needed locally.

Dunne targets Rovers for first league win

It may only be the third week of the SSE Airtricity League first division season, but Galway FC will be especially keen to post a win when Shamrock Rovers B visit Eamonn Deacy Park tomorrow evening.

The sound of Connemara in St Nicholas’

THE MUSIC and musicians of Connemara will gather in St Nicholas’ Collegiate Church tomorrow, from 8.30pm, for a major concert.

Tribute for Tommy Keane

Tickets for "A Tribute for Tommy", an upcoming concert in memory of Galway United legend Tommy Keane, will be on sale at the Galway United Supporters’ Trust stand on Shop Street this Saturday. "A Tribute for Tommy" will be held at Monroe’s Live, Dominick Street, on Friday, June 28. Tickets cost €10. People interested in helping out with sales or supporting the event can contact Ronan Coleman 087-6972823. Tickets are also on sale from Monroe’s Tavern.

Éigse an Spidéal 2013 festival

MARY BERGIN, Johnny Óg Connolly, and poet Nuala Ní Dhómhnaill are among those who will perform at next month’s Éigse an Spidéal festival.

Remembering Tommy Keane

Diarmuid Neachtain, Spiddal:

City’s football family turns out to bid farewell to cup final hero

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Hundreds of football fans wearing club colours turned out in the city yesterday afternoon at the funeral of former Galway United footballer Tommy Keane who died suddenly last weekend.

City’s football family turns out to bid farewell to cup final hero

Hundreds of football fans wearing club colours turned out in the city yesterday afternoon at the funeral of former Galway United footballer Tommy Keane who died suddenly last weekend.

We might need two keepers says local chief ahead of Deacy testimonial game against Villa’s stars

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When the Aston Villa Legends face West United - the club at which the late Eamonn Chick Deacy began and ended his soccer career, they can expect “hard tackling” and “tough and fearless” opposition, warns its manager William Grant.

Celebration for Chick to be launched on Monday

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A concert, golf am-am and testimonial soccer match will form part of a series of events to celebrate Galway soccer legend, the late Eamonn Deacy.

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