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Pake Crehan of Rushestown Newbridge has seen a lot in his 88 years. “A little stiff but otherwise in good nick” was how he described his state of health when we spoke about old times in the company of his wife Delia and some of the extended family in their comfortable home recently.
Corrib Rangers 6
Galway Hibs 3
For the first time this season the Western Hygiene Supplies Premier League leaders’ West United dropped points as a spirited Mervue side fought back from the concession of an early goal to claim a deserved draw on Sunday morning.
Desperation driven by relegation fears drove Colga on to a surprise 3-0 Premier League win against a lacklustre Oranmore yesterday.
West United gained another three points on their seemingly unstoppable march to the Western Hygiene Supplies Premier League title on Saturday afternoon with a convincing win over NUI Galway at Dangan. No medals are handed out in November, as William Grant will be stressing to his squad, but this win has placed his side in a strong position to lift the trophy next spring.
Salthill Devon gave their best indication yet that their scratchy season start may be well and truly behind them as they emphatically thumped first division outfit Colemanstown United 5-1 to move into the fifth round of the FAI Junior Cup yesterday.
West United sauntered to a facile victory over a hapless and heartless Ballinrobe Town side in South Park yesterday to advance to the fourth round of the Connacht Junior Cup.
NUI Galway gave their hopes of surviving in the Western Hygiene Supplies Premier Division a timely boost on Saturday afternoon with a comfortable victory over fellow relegation candidates Colga at Dangan.