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Hard-fought battles ahead expected in hurling race

Eight teams will be whittled down to four this weekend as the race for the Galway Senior Hurling Championship reaches the quarter-final stage, and, if the oddsmakers are to be believed, there are four convincing favourites to reach the penultimate stage of the competition.

Athlone Springs Hotel Monksland the venue for Roscommon Business Group breakfast briefing

Roscommon Business Group will host a business breakfast of learning and networking in the Athlone Springs Hotel on September 20 from 8.30am-11am.

'It was in the air'

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Prior to 1961, public performance of Irish traditional music in Galway took place primarily in the form of céilís in large dancehalls — namely in the Hangar, the Commercial and the Astaire. These were enormously popular — remember the hundreds of bicycles parked outside the Hangar on a Sunday night — but they began to go out of fashion in the sixties and were regarded as old fashioned and backward.

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).

Borden adds to his remarkable story with Galway United

A masterful away performance last week in Waterford, where they emerged with a precious 1-0 victory, means three wins in three games for Galway United.

Galway hurlers to face former boss in Parnell Park

Galway romped to a comfortable 3-28 to 0-20 Walsh Cup victory over Westmeath as the second year of Henry Shefflin’s reign as Galway senior hurling manager got underway in Duggan Park, Ballinasloe on Sunday.

Emma Doran brings new show, MAD, Isn’t It?, to Galway Comedy Festival

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EMMA DORAN describes herself as a “comedian, mother, chancer”, but in reality, as the Irish Independent said, she is “one of the hottest young stars in Irish comedy”.

Tigh He-He Comedy Club continues tonight

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Good news for comedy fans in Galway city. Róisín Dubh Comedy have decided to keep the laughs coming at their weekly Tigh He-He comedy club, every Thursday throughout August to see out the summer with some top stand-up. Initially launched in early May as a pop-up comedy club, Tigh He-He has proven a hit through the summer with four different comedians each week.

United defeat Bray at Eamonn Deacy Park

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Galway United 2 Bray Wanderers 0

 

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