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Connacht look for double over Cardiff
The odds may be stacked against Connacht when they face Cardiff at the new Cardiff City Stadium on Sunday (3pm), but they will travel with confidence and a greater sense of belief.
Convention rejects changes to football championship
Four clubs had proposed a "Champions League" style format for the 2010 football championship with relegation coming from championship performances rather than league, but the motion was voted down on a margin of 56-28 at last Monday’s football board convention in Lough George.
Galwegians edge closer to the top
Having jumped to third in the AIB League dvision 1B table with a worthy away win to Ballymena, Galwegians now have an opportunity to edge closer to the top with a home fixture against Young Munster on Saturday (2.30pm).
Annual memorial sevens to help flood victims
Salthill-Knocknacarra GAA is gearing up for this year’s John Joyce Memorial Sevens to be held at Arus Bóthar na Trá on St Stephen’s Day.
Win for Wegian women
Galwegians women enjoyed a Christmas bonus with a well deserved win over Cooke to move closer to the top three in their All Ireland League division one campaign.
Superb new Opel Astra arrives
The new Astra has arrived in Ireland with an extensive line-up of eight engines and five trim levels.
Bud Light tag rugby expands in Leinster
The 2010 Bud Light Tag season is shaping up to be the biggest and best to date with a host of new venues already confirmed. This is the only official IRFU tag rugby programme in Ireland and registration of teams will open on Thursday January 7 2010 with the leagues running from May to August.
Superb all-new Opel Astra arrives
I drove the all-new stylish Opel Astra a few months ago on German roads. The versions that we drove handled and performed very well. The styling of the new model could be described as an evolution rather than a revolution, but in this area, it goes further than its great rival - the Volkswagen Golf.
The Blizzards to ring in new year with Greville Arms gig
Mullingar’s popular beat combo and all-round funky jivesters, The Blizzards, will step into their 2010 sabbatical on a high with a final gig of the year at the Greville Arms Hotel on New Year’s Eve.
Conflicting opinions over introduction of Go Games
Go Games, which have been in place for the last three years at under eight and under ten levels in hurling and football in Kilkenny, will not be introduced at under 12 level.