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Disappointment for Athlone Town ladies as Shelbourne claim opening Avenir Sports Cup success

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United women return to winning ways

Galway United Women signed off the first half of their season in style, completing the double over Sligo Rovers in the Showgrounds on Saturday with a 2-0 victory.

Front-foot United add another win in Ferrycarrig

A goal directly from a corner and one from a quickly-taken free-kick ensured Galway United took all three points with a 2-0 victory from Ferrycarrig Park last Friday.

TUS Athlone announced as winning college in 2023 National Accounting competition

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Technological University of the Shannon Midlands Midwest has been announced as the winning college in the National Accounting Competition for the second consecutive year with TUS Athlone students, Chenlu Lin and Alexandra Kuran placing first and second in the competition.

Well located home in Mervue

John Quinn is currently offering for sale No 34 Michael Collins Road, Mervue. This home is close to all facilities and within walking distance of the church, schools, and shops. It enjoys easy access to Mervue Business Park, Parkmore, ATU, and all local amenities, and is just a short drive from the city centre.

Athlone Town women’s aim for inaugural Avenir Sports All-Island Cup success

Competing for the inaugural Avenir Sports Women’s All-Island Cup, Athlone Town will contest Group A with Shelbourne, Galway United and Linfield, the recently hosted draw in FAI headquarters revealed.

Athlone Town succumb to defeat as Galway United prove too strong in Eamonn Deacy Park

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Athlone Town twice retrieve deficit to claim precious away league point in Cobh

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Athlone Town let brace of crucial league points slip through their grasp in Markets Field

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Cobh Ramblers to test United's winning run

Galway United go in search of an unprecedented 11th consecutive win when they entertain Cobh Ramblers tomorrow night in Eamonn Deacy Park (7.45pm).

 

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