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Sports Aid to pass on the gear at Supermac’s

Supermac’s, Eyre Square, will hold a collection day on Saturday, December 5 for Sports Aid. Voluntary organisation Sports Aid will pass on sports gear and equipment that is not being used. The sports gear and equipment will be passed on to those who need it but may not have the resources to purchase it themselves, including schools, sports clubs, and individuals. The collection will take place from 12.30pm with prizes and surprise guests in store on the day.

Super 14 player set to boost Connacht ranks

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Connacht Rugby could soon be boosted by the addition of a Super 14 backrow player from New Zealand.

Weather to dictate Wegians’ cup tie

Galwegians are expected to be back in action on Sunday to contest their AIB Cup quarter-final that was postponed last Saturday.

First Sports Aid a timely boost

Galway sports stars have rallied behind the Sports Aid collection which took place in Supermac’s, Eyre Square on Saturday.

No Christmas cheer for rugby clubs

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A poor weekend for all Connacht rugby clubs in AIB League action.

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.

No room for complacency if Connacht are to cement Euro lead

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Connacht have a great opportunity to cement a qualifying place in this year’s Amlin Challenge Cup when they host Worcester in the second of their back-to-back fixtures tomorrow (7pm) in the Galway Sportsground.

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.

Christmas sport from the armchair

Sporting gifts this Christmas

•The Adventures of Championship & Other Cruciate Stories, a humorous GAA CD.If you love Gaelic games, you’ll love this, says RTE broadcaster Des Cahill. “Real on-the-button GAA humour that gets to the heart of what the GAA is all about. The CD features a collection of 18 radio essays first broadcast on RTE Drivetime Sports over the past three summers. The collection, by journalist Liam Horan, includes the character, Championship Man, which was first created by Horan in the summer of 2007 and became a favourite on the Drivetime Sports programme. The CD (€15) can be purchased on or email: [email protected]


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