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Despite strong second half comeback, Athlone Town failed to grab an equaliser


Wedding Fair at the award winning Shamrock Lodge Hotel Athlone

Experience why the Shamrock Lodge Hotel, Athlone, is an award winning wedding venue at the hotel's first Wedding Fair of the year from 12pm to 3pm on Bank Holiday Monday, May 1.

United crush Bray with ninth successive win

Galway United made the biggest statement of their 2023 campaign with an emphatic 6-0 win over Bray Wanderers in Eamonn Deacy Park on Friday night.

United women deliver draw against star-studded Shamrocks

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After some stunning performances and results away from home, Phil Trill's Galway United Women's FC secured its first points at home on Saturday in a 1-1 draw with a superb Shamrock Rovers side.

United face biggest challenge with Shamrock Rovers visit

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Galway United face a big challenge this Saturday when they host a star-studded Shamrock Rovers side in the SSE Airtricity Women's Premier Division at Eamonn Deacy Park (5pm).

United prepare for top-of-the-table clash with Bray

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Galway United men's 1st X1 face their nearest challengers, second-placed Bray Wanderers, in a top-of-the-table tie in Eamonn Deacy Park tomorow (7.45pm).

Galway United women shock champions Shelbourne

Galway United women recorded the biggest win in their fledgling history against champions Shelbourne in a sunny Tolka Park on Saturday.

United in top form as Athlone visit next

Galway United recorded their sixth win on the spin on Friday night in Eamonn Deacy Park as they continue to make the early running in the SSE Airtricity first division.

Three bed semi with large garden in a sought-after Salthill location

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No 3A Devon Park is a three bed two storey semidetached home, ideally located in a quiet cul-de-sac a short stroll to Salthill village. Salthill is Galway city's renowned seaside resort with breathtaking walks along the Promenade and the iconic Blackrock Diving Tower, as well as indoor swimming pools, amusements, 18 hole golf course, shops, stylish restaurants, pubs, and numerous schools.

The Galway/ Salthill Tramway

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The Galway and Salthill Tramway Company was inaugurated in 1877. The Town Commissioners gave the project every encouragement and extended the time limit in which the tracks had to be laid. The single tramline was two and a quarter miles long with eight passing loops, roughly 250 yards apart. The rails were heavy steel, the gauge was three feet wide and the trams were horse-drawn, there was no electricity in Galway for another 12 years or so. The cost of construction was £13,000. The depot was in Forster Street and the western terminus was opposite the Eglinton Hotel.


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