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The achievements of two-long standing Galway Hibernians coaches, Paddy Connolly and Joe O’Reilly, were celebrated by the Mayor of Galway City, Cllr Mike Cubbard at a socially distanced Mayoral reception in Leisureland this week.
Galway Ladies' footballer Nicola Ward is relishing this weekend's return to play when Galway open their National League campaign against Mayo at Elvery's McHale Park on Saturday (7.30pm).
The Mayo senior hurlers got their National Hurling League campaign off to a winning start last Sunday in MacHale Park, having seen off the challenge from visitors, Derry.
Mayo’s new hurling captain felt the pain of a first competitive game back, but the taste of victory made the effort worth it after Mayo saw off Derry to pick up two points and get their season up and running.
Mayo footballer Tommy Conroy is encouraging young people to talk to their parents or an adult they trust in order to help cope with worry and stress and to improve their mental health.
Moate Community School has formally launched its Centre of Excellence following the recent completion of a brand-new full-size soccer pitch with LED floodlights and spectator area.
Many valuable lessons have been learned during a demanding spell across the world. The value of sport simply goes beyond the action between the white chalk lines: it is about communities, friendships, making connections, and social interaction.
The current membership of the Galway City Council started their term almost two years ago in a welter of controversy surrounding the forming of a political alliance to hold the balance of power (and positions) for the following five years.
Paddy Durcan is working his way back to full fitness after having to come off injured at half time in the All Ireland final last December against Dublin.
In these deeply worrying times Galwegians are contributing handsomely to a success story in Orlando. An Cheathrú Rua and Williamstown are represented in Orlando GAA’s impressive rise in recent months.