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Galway sport is taking a tentative step towards reopening this week with golf and tennis clubs among the first in the Government's roadmap since enforced closure due to Covid-19.
The playing pitches might be lying idle at the minute, but the spirit and dedication of the current caretakers who run the clubs in all codes is as strong today as it was when they were first set up by our forefathers.
A sporting spectacle unfolded within the surrounds of the Athlone Institute of Technology indoor sports arena as the International Grand Prix athletics played to a capacity crowd at the state of the art facility.
Athlone IT AC Juvenile Club will host the sixth annual Westmeath County Juvenile indoors competition at the start of the art international sports arena venue on Friday.
Galway athletes enjoyed success on the final day of the National Cross Country Championships were held in muddy Cow Park in Dunboyne, Co Meath, on Sunday.
Some of Galway’s top young athletes compete internationally this week as the summer track and field seasons kicks off in earnest at European level.
It was an exciting and successful weekend for three Mayo AC members competing in three different countries.
Craughwell AC athletes excelled with some exceptional performance on day one of the National Juvenile Outdoor Track and Field championships in Tullamore on Saturday.
Conor Hoade of Galway City Harriers was in superb form as he won the U16 boys' pentathlon gold at the national combined events championships held last weekend in Santry. The multitalented Hoade top scored with 4,146 points across the five disciplines of hurdles, 800m, shot putt, high jump, and long jump to take the national title.
All roads led to Limerick for the 126 Mayo participants who took part in the Aldi National Community Games May Festival which was held in the University of Limerick.