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Buildings a city make. The places in our minds are shaped by the environment they occupy. When we think of cities, our mind is drawn to the concrete and the steel, the glass and the tall, the divided and the small. The built environment has shaped our perception of the last 200 years.
With the Galway Races coming to an end this Sunday and the bookies' satchels either bulging, or their owners with long faces, after too many favourites coming home first - it is an opportune time to look ahead to the four big football games this weekend where all the favourites will be expected to jump the fences being put in front of them.
The Galway Races are coming to an end this Sunday, and the bookies' satchels will be bulging, or else they will have long faces after too many favourites came home in first place. So it is an opportune time to look ahead to the four big football games this weekend, where all the favourites will be expected to jump the fences put in front of them.
This week we look ahead to the four big football games this weekend where all the favourites will be expected to win through.
GALWAY SCULPTOR Glenn Gibson is the latest artist to grace the exhibition space of the Town Hall Theatre bar with a show which opens there this Friday, June 26, at 6pm.
Number 6 Loyola Place is a very stylish and instantly appealing three bedroom terraced residence which has been tastefully upgraded and is presented in pristine decorative order. Built around the 1930s, this stunning owner occupied home boasts many original features and combines all the character and charm of an older property with the conveniences of modern day living.
The Galway senior hurlers will travel to Thurles on Sunday (2pm) to take on a panel of Tipperary players that will be hurting from last Sunday's embarrassing 2-20 to 0-14 defeat to Dublin in Parnell Park.
A Ballina man was fined in the local district court on Tuesday for trespassing at a building site at Quignalecka.
Moycullen celebrated success in Basketball Ireland’s u-20 National Cup, overcoming favourites Belfast Star by 70-60.
There’s been plenty of novel match ups in the history of the GAA, but this Sunday’s meeting of Achill and Oileain Arainn (Aran Islands) in the Connacht Club Junior Football Championship Final is probably one that will not be topped for a long while to come. Having two islands meet on the mainland for the title of being the best junior club in Connacht is going to be one of those games that will be talked about for many years to come. Of course if they wanted to be finicky the Galway outfit could probably claim to being the only true island team, with part of the parish of Achill stretching on to the main land and the Michael Davitt bridge joining it to the rest of the country. But enough of that geography talk, it is the football that really matters on Sunday.