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O’Donnellan and Joyce auctioneers is hosting its fourth auction of the year on June 8 in the Harbour Hotel, New Dock Road, Galway. The auction campaign has been a very busy time with numerous properties taking centre stage at open viewings.
O’Donnellan & Joyce auctioneers will have more than 50 properties going under the hammer on June 8. The company's June Wild Atlantic Way auction promises to be busy one. In the past week open viewings have been extremely busy on all types of property including developments, commercial, investments, and owner occupiers. It is a buyers’ market with properties all over Galway and the Wild Atlantic Way with enormous potential.
The summer auction season has kicked off and yet again O’Donnellan & Joyce is bringing an extensive list of more than 50 properties to the market this week for its Wild Atlantic Way summer auction, set to take place on Friday June 8.
Images of child abuse come to us through grey-tinted windows. In our mind’s eye, they happen in a black and white world, with a smell of cold and talc and warm breath in an Ireland where the rain is incessant, washing down the gutters and the windows, gathering up shreds of hope, carrying them along to a drain where they disappear. And through the glass, just before the net curtains swing back to obscure the view in this miserable world, there is just enough time left for those without voice to witness that washing away.
ENNI LIESSEM, the German artist now based in Dunmore, north Galway, is currently displaying her latest works in an exhibition at the Renzó Gallery Café, Eyre Street.
O’Donnellan & Joyce auctioneers is back with the last of the year in its Wild Atlantic Way auction series. With strong sales results from the November auction, and following a successful year in the auction room, O’Donnellan & Joyce has launched its Wild Atlantic Way Christmas property auction, the final auction of the year set for Thursday December 14 in the Harbour Hotel, New Dock Road, Galway.
Fresh from their historic 6-3 win over Instonians in the quarter-final of the All Ireland Junior Cup last weekend, Ballina will go looking to make it five wins from five on the domestic front when they return to action in the Connacht Junior 1A League. So far this season the north Mayo men have been in flying form running up big scores, seeing off Westport 27-7, Galwegians 56-5, and Buccaneers 69-22, the closest that any side has got to them in the league this season is third place Sligo, but Ballina still saw them off 27-19 a month ago. On Sunday they will expect to make it win number five when they take on seventh placed Monivea who have only registered one win so far this season from their four outings.
Mayo meet Galway for the first time since the former’s shock defeat to the Tribesmen at this stage of the Connacht football championship last year. Galway's win put stop to Mayo's potential and unprecedented run of six provincial titles in a row. That defeat, Galway’s promotion to division one of the Allianz League, and the decision of some of Mayo’s senior players to give it one more crack, all point to a hotly contested semifinal this Sunday in Pearse Stadium. But sure what else would you expect from one of the oldest rivalries in GAA? It is a rivalry that kicked off in dramatic fashion in Connacht’s first contested championship in 1901. That year’s championship was actually not played in 1901, but was held throughout October and November of 1902. Galway had made their way to the Connacht final with a tight win over Roscommon. Mayo had received a bye into the final which was fortunate as Mayo GAA was in a period of reorganisation, its county committee had only been formed in April 1902.