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The appointment of the next Galway senior hurling manager appears to be no closer to a conclusion as 24 clubs prepare for a pivotal round two of the Brooks Group Senior Hurling Championship this weekend.
In 1852, Fr Peter Daly purchased the estate of Kilcorkey from the Encumbered Estates Court. The owner of an adjoining site subsequently disputed his title to a particular plot and brought proceedings against him. Peter Daly, however, proceeded to construct on the plot in question a building he described as "A Benevolent Home for aged respectable females whose circumstances would render them unable to afford themselves a comfortable home". An attempt was made to settle the case out of court but it failed and, in court, judgment was given for the plaintiff Miss Grattan Esmonde. She was given possession of the house in August, 1863.
EMPOWER, the women’s entrepreneurship programme, which is run by the GMIT iHubs, is now accepting applications for the next EMPOWER START programme.
Cappataggle overcame the odds in remarkable fashion on Sunday afternoon to get their campaign off to a winning start, scoring the game’s last three points to get the better of Liam Mellows despite playing almost all of the contest a man short.
A newfound ability to react positively to events in a game stood to Galway’s credit when Cork scored the crucial goal late in Sunday’s All Ireland Senior Camogie final, captain Sarah Dervan revealed in the aftermath of the county’s fourth senior title.
In January 1987 Derek Rogers moved from the capital to play for Galway United. Rogers has lived in the west of Ireland ever since, becoming more of a Galwegian than the locals themselves.
Galway United manager John Caulfield is delighted with goalkeeper Luke Dennison’s rich contribution in recent weeks.
Galway WFC manager Stephen Lally was ‘disappointed’ his improving team suffered a WNL defeat against a hugely promising DLR Waves outfit at the UCD Bowl on Sunday afternoon.
EMPOWER, the women’s entrepreneurship programme, which is run by the GMIT iHubs, is now accepting applications for the next EMPOWER START programme. The EMPOWER Programme is free to participants and aims to fast track female-led businesses in the West and North West of Ireland. EMPOWER is funded by the Department of Justice and Equality and the European Social Fund.
A newfound ability to react positively to events in a game stood to Galway’s credit when Cork scored that crucial goal late on in Sunday’s All Ireland Senior Camogie Final, captain Sarah Dervan revealed in the aftermath of the county’s fourth senior title this evening.