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Galwegians have a real chance of qualifying for the AIB Cup semi-finals for a second year in succession when they host Ballynahinch on Saturday at Crowley Park.
After a disappointing exit from the AIB Cup last weekend, Galwegians return to division one league action when they host Clontarf at Crowley Park on Saturday (2.30pm).
Connacht’s focus, after an inconsistent start to the season, turns to Europe and first up is a visit of an unknown Spanish side to the Galway Sportsground tomorrow (6.30pm).
Connacht’s season hinges on tomorrow night’s big clash with French side Montpellier at the Galway Sportsground (7pm).
Ireland play England in a vital ESB u20 Six Nations rugby championship match at Dubarry Park, Athlone, on Friday evening, February 27 in what is likely to be the decisive game in this year’s championship.
Connacht cannot view tomorrow night’s Magners League encounter at the Galway Sportsground (6.30pm) against Cardiff as anything other than a must-win.
Travelling down to Walsh Park last Sunday I could sense that a tough day at the office lay ahead for the Kilkenny hurlers. It wasn't completely based on a gut feeling. You see over the years these league encounters with our neighbours have always been tough, uncompromising and as the records show the spoils have been divided fairly equally in recent years.
Galwegians turned on the style to grab the full complement of points over an already doomed Terenure College at Crowley Park on Easter Saturday, but the win was not enough to secure a place in next season’s top eight competition.