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Expansive coaching survey launches across all Gaelic game codes

All Gaelic football, hurling and camogie coaches throughout the city and county are being asked to help the GAA deliver improved coaching education and development throughout its clubs.

Salthill village, 1920

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It is hard to believe that this is what the centre of Salthill village looked like exactly 100 years ago. The house on the left belonged to a Mr Kelleher who was a member of the RIC. It later became a guest house called the Rockville which eventually expanded into a small hotel and, like many such premises in Salthill, it was fully licensed. It had high standards, the porter always wore a white coat and the waitresses wore proper uniforms. The distinguished writer Donal Mac Amhlaigh worked here for a while during the fifties.

Connacht players set to depart as new squad takes shape

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A host of players are set to leave Connacht Rugby, following Robin Copeland's announced departure to France this week.

Connacht Rugby launches new jersey to support frontline workers

Connacht Rugby has collaborated to create a limited-edition ‘Heroes’ jersey in aid of ALONE and the Galway and Mayo/Roscommon hospices

Enhancing a coaching career within a professional football environment

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Allure Salon Director affords fulsome support to industry colleagues

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Joan O’Meara, Director of the multi-award winning Allure Hair and Beauty Salon and Midlands College in Tullamore, is lending her fulsome support to business colleagues nationally and globally affording her advice as the industry prepares to reopen to customers during the phased plans announced by the Government.

Galway rower breaks world record in lockdown challenge

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Galway has a new world record holder in rower Aifric Keogh, who claimed the fastest marathon distance at the weekend.

The future of the farm to fork experience

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When Siobhán Sloane dreamed up her Farm to Fork Experiences in the foothills of the Sliabh Aughty mountains in Co Galway, the only transport she considered was the coach to the artisan farms and restaurants. Now she has swapped coaches for couriers, turning her food tour into an online farmers' market store delivering farmhouse cheese and wildflower honey.

A healthier lifestyle is more accessible than ever

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Three-time Olympian, best-selling author, and Ireland’s Fittest Family coach, Derval O’Rourke has been steadily building her healthy lifestyle community, breaking through the crowded fitness space with her one-stop online platform,

Top six still the target for Moycullen Basketball

Linley MacKenzie


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