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Galway City Harriers’ athletes secured more success at the The National Juvenile Outdoor Track and Field championships which concluded at the weekend.
AFTER A dreary, wet, and windy June, summer and sunshine finally combined to greet the programme launch of the 2019 Galway Film Fleadh on Tuesday evening at the Galmont Hotel.
The Galway Film Fleadh has revealed its very first titles in its 31stFestival Programme. The Fleadh will take place from the 9th–14th of July 2019 with this exciting array of premieres just the beginning of a series of announcements with the full programme revealed on 25th June.
Craughwell AC’s Kevin Mooney was the winner of the first race of 2019, finishing the Resolution Run in a superb time of 15:57.
Galway's three major festivals - the Galway Film Fleadh, the Galway International Arts Festival, and the Galway Races - are set to attract a combined total of 375,000 people to the city, and collectively generate more than €90 million for the local economy.
The Galway Film Fleadh, which will take place from 10th – 15th July 2018, has revealed two World Premieres and two Irish premieres making up part of its 30th festival programme.
Kevin Mooney of Craughwell AC was the winner of the final race in the hugely successful 2018 Galway 5km Series.
Conor Hoade of GCH won a super silver medal at the National Combined Events in Dublin on Saturday.
William Fitzgerald has been appointed as the new programmer for the Galway Film Fleadh, taking over from Gar O’Brien who has stepped down after seven years in the role.
Youngsters and veterans were the best of the local athletes at the national championship held at Kilcornan, Clarenbridge, on Sunday.