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Registration is now open for MeetWest 2014, the largest business networking event in the West of Ireland this year.
Galwegians has appointed former Leinster junior club coach Matt Dillon as the new head coach for the 2014/15 season.
It is fast becoming one of the most popular sports in the world and now MMA is coming west. A major MMA event is taking place in the Welcome Inn Hotel, Castlebar, on Sunday August 3, with some of the top competitors in the county coming to town to do battle for the inaugural West Cage Fighting Championships. This is an opportunity for fans of the sport to witness firsthand the spectacle of an all-out, full-scale MMA event. There will be 10 fights over the course of the night, with each contest being decided over three, three-minute, rounds.
The Special Olympics Ireland Games take place this weekend with more than 1,500 athletes and their coaches descending on Limerick from all over Ireland for the opening ceremony this evening.
One of Connacht's biggest signings, the double-winning Super 15 captain Craig Clarke, has been forced to quit the game.
Galwegians u-12s will make their annual pilgrimage to London with a squad of 33 players and 24 adults to take part in the world-renowned London-Irish “Clearing-Out” Six Nations Mini Rugby Festival.
After a run of three successive wins, Connacht head to Newport looking for a vital victory in their hopes of finishing in position to claim a Heineken Cup spot for the first time.
Connacht Rugby player George Naoupu is joining the coaching staff of Galwegians RFC, taking over as head coach of the women's squad.
The competitive squads of Shark Swimming Club, Galway, are holding a fundraising swimathon on Saturday from 6pm to 8.30pm in Leisureland Salthill.