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

GALWAY UNITED 3 ATHLONE TOWN 1

Galway's cup finalists

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Galway & District League: Back row: Colm Whelan, Conor Keady (C) Max Hawksley, Piotrik Szymanski, Eric Diarra, Brian Tolan.

United battle back to tee up Terryland thriller

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United host Bray Wanderers at Eamonn Deacy Park

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Galway United manager John Caulfield is remaining firmly focused ahead of tomorrow’s critical SSE Airtricity League first division encounter against Bray Wanderers at Eamonn Deacy Park (7.45pm).

Spoils shared at Eamonn Deacy Park

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Galway United 2 Wexford FC 2

Lovely three bed in Mervue

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John Quinn is currently offering for sale a property new to the market at No 16 McHugh Avenue, Mervue, Galway. This home is in excellent condition throughout. It is situated overlooking a lovely large green area and is within walking distance of the local church, schools, and shops, enjoys very easy access to Atlantic Technological University, Mervue Business Park, and Parkmore Industrial Estate, and is situated in one of Galway’s most sought after and popular residential neighbourhoods.

An ideal family home in Mervue

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John Quinn has received instructions to offer for sale No 12 St James' Road, Mervue. This brilliantly located bungalow is situated opposite Mervue primary schools and within a few minutes’ walk of GMIT, local church, local playing fields, and hospitals, and is very convenient to Parkmore and Mervue business parks.

Lovely three bed in Mervue

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John Quinn is currently offering for sale a property new to the market at No 16 McHugh Avenue, Mervue, Galway. This home is in excellent condition throughout. It is situated overlooking a lovely large green area and is within walking distance of the local church, schools, and shops, enjoys very easy access to Atlantic Technological University, Mervue Business Park, and Parkmore Industrial Estate, and is situated in one of Galway’s most sought after and popular residential neighbourhoods.

The Final Third

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Pre-season set to resume shortly for local clubs

The Boys' Club

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“There is nothing as Galway as Our Lady's Boy’s Club,” was how our president Michael D Higgins described OLBC some years ago at a function in the Columban Hall. It is more than 80 years since it was founded and it is the longest-running youth club in the country. It was set up by Fr Leonard Shiel SJ at a time when there were was a lot of grinding poverty in Galway and no recreational facilities or extra-curricular activities for young people in areas like the Claddagh, Bohermore, Shantalla, and ‘The West’. The club provided these and has been a source of guidance and inspiration to thousands of young men and boys since, especially those from a working class background. From that first day of nervous membership, right through their teens, and even after they had taken up the challenges of adult life, the spirit and watchful eye of the Club is ever with them.

 

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