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Green Dragon gets a taste of home in Boston

Supporting businesses of the Volvo Ocean Race stopover in Galway have now passed the 100 mark as the fleet prepares for the in-port racing duel in Boston on Saturday.

It’s not just about Galway, ya know

I’ve had my fill.

It’s not just about Galway, ya know

I’ve had my fill.

Party on the Corrib Princess

If you are looking for a venue with a difference then the Corrib Princess is ideal. Offering entertainment as well as the finest food and drinks in a stunning environment, the Corrib cruise boat is the perfect place to host a party or corporate function.


•Tuam All Stars Gymnastic club members Amy Egan and Stephanie Gilmore, coached by Fionnuala Dooley Duffy, enjoyed success at the Celtic Cup in Cardiff when winning a bronze medal. Tuam All Stars is taking new members in September. Previous experience not required. Minium age five; no maxium age. For further information telephone 087-6521075

Two Mayo companies scoop top accolades at Good Food Ireland awards

Two Mayo companies have scooped top accolades at the Good Food Ireland awards in the K Club in Straffan, Co Kildare.

Buccaneers kick off league campaign away to Young Munster

Buccaneers open this season’s AIB League campaign with a difficult assignment away to Young Munster at Tom Clifford Park, Limerick, on Saturday October 3. Kick off time is 2.30pm for this division 1B encounter in the new look league set-up, in which each club plays each other home and away in proper league format.

Pressure mounts for a United victory

As the League of Ireland season drifts towards an interesting conclusion Galway United find themselves requiring a positive result from tomorrow’s Terryland Park test with Derry City.

Buccs must win home game to Ballynahinch

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Buccaneers face AIB Cup holders Ballynahinch for the first time at home in Dubarry Park, Athlone, on December 5, when the sides clash in a crunch AIB League division 1B encounter kicking off at 2.30pm. Even though the season has not yet reached the halfway stage, this a game that both clubs absolutely must win.

Athenry fall just short

Heartbreak again for Athenry Camogie Club. For the second time in three years Tipperary’s Cashel proved a hard rock to move.


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