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Ensure you carry through real change and transformation

I see a lot of people who have great intentions at the beginning of the year, start something with vigour and then it fades out over time.

Heffernan determined to produce his best for Connacht

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David Heffernan makes a welcome return from Irish Rugby’s Six Nations camp for Connacht’s crucial match against the Scarlets on Saturday (7.35pm).

Few would bet against Galway to preserve unbeaten record on Sunday

Padraic Joyce’s Galway will be looking to make it three wins from three when they face a winless Offaly in Pearse Stadium on Sunday (2pm).

Coaching - helping you be the best you can be!

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When we think of coaches, the world of sport most likely springs to mind; James Horan, Andy Farrell for example, coaches whose guidance has helped our GAA and Rugby teams excel.

SABOC International are here to make sure you do things right

Complying with employment legislation and managing teams effectively are part and parcel of being a manager.

Moycullen's Superleague season is not getting easier

Often referred to as the spiritual home of Irish basketball, Neptune Stadium awaits this weekend for the Moycullen Superleague basketballers as they journey to Cork city in search of some comfort and confidence.

SABOC International are here to make sure you do things right

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Complying with employment legislation and managing teams effectively are part and parcel of being a manager.

The RIC in Galway

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In the 18th century, attempts at maintaining law and order in Galway were poor. Occasional groups of civilian vigilantes were set up, but they were not very successful. Then, 200 years ago, in 1822, the Chief Secretary Henry Goulburn set up the Irish Constabulary. In 1824, Edward Blake from Mary Street became the first Catholic in Ireland to become a constable. In 1825, a decision was made to bring police to Galway. Some time later a barracks was set up in Abbeygate Street, then one in Eyre Square (where Giblin’s Hotel was situated later), and one in Dominick Street where An Tobar Nua is today. The force gradually became very organized, was successful in dealing with crime, and so Queen Victoria granted it the term ‘Royal’.

Promotion the target as Westmeath start national football league campaign

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A return to Allianz National Football League action awaits the Westmeath senior footballers this weekend when Wicklow journey to TEG Cusack Park Mullingar to contest the opening fixture in the Lake County’s Division 3 campaign (throw in 2pm).

NUIG Mystics to push on after winning National Cup

NUIG Mystics have their eyes on bigger prizes having claimed this season's National Cup for women’s division one basketball with a dominant performance over Griffith College Templeogue at the National Basketball Arena.

 

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