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If funding to develop a natural grass pitch for Corrib Rangers Football Club is to be secured, the club needs the support of the Galway City Council to make an application.
It is time to “knock heads together” and sort out problems which are preventing school children from making use of the UEFA mini pitch at Corrib Park.
A new soccer academy with an Irish-Italian flavour will kick off at the Knocknacarra Complex at Cappagh Park tomorrow (Friday) from 4pm to 5pm. This first session will be free and is aimed at children between the ages of eight and 12.
Castlebar Celtic were the odd side in seven last weekend when the Bus Eireann Women’s National League kicked off for its second ever season. Celtic, who were one of the original six sides in the league last year, had to watch from the wings as their opponents in this years league got the first round under way. On Sunday they will get back to action with a bang when the defending champions Peamount United make their way to Celtic Park for a 2pm kick off. The Dublin side have established as the marquee side in the country over the past few years and also have a lot of experience in UEFA competitions.
Experienced football coach Justin Neary has been appointed to oversea Mervue United’s Airtricity u- 19 team for the coming season.
A special open meeting for all Galwegians interested in supporting a new licensing application for Galway United will be held in the Claddagh Hall on Sunday (7pm).
Soccer scholarship for Duggan
Corrib Rangers FC’s first training sessions on the new 3G pitch at Corrib Park took place under floodlights on Monday evening.
Leo Varadkar, the Minister for Transport, Tourism and Sport told Irish restaurant owners this week that his Department and the Government are taking concrete steps to help restaurants and the wider tourism industry.
Athlone Town are delighted to announce Mike Kerley as first team manager for the 2011 season. Mike replaces Brendan Place who left the club at the end of last season and brings with him plenty of experience, having spent 16 years playing for Kilkenny City, Limerick, and Cork City before taking up a number of coaching roles.