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Caulfield and Kenny square off in Friday night showdown

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John Caulfield and Stephen Kenny renew rivalries in Inchicore tomorrow night as Galway United travel to St. Pat’s in rude health, unbeaten in nine games.

Connacht fall short of the mark as post-season prospects nulled

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There was a moment in the early stages of last Saturday's game against the Stormers that saw Tiernan O'Halloran - one of Connacht's finest home-grown talents, on his last ever home appearance for the province - split the visitor's defence and race towards the beckoning fans of College Road.

Drama assured as Dubs and Donoghue stand between Galway and progression


Athlone Gymnastics Club to host AGM

Athlone Gymnastics Club will host its Annual General Meeting (AGM) in the Athlone Springs Hotel on Tuesday, June 11, at 7.30pm.

Westmeath Para Sports club members counting down 100 days to Paralympics

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This week, Irish Wheelchair Association Sport (IWA-Sport) and their clubs, including the Shannonside Stealers, begin the 100-day countdown to the Paralympic Games 2024.

Drum/Clonown chess players represent parish at National Community Games

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The parish of Drum/Clonown will be proudly represented in the City North Hotel Dublin on Sunday when the Under 13 chess team competes for honours at the national community games.

Crucial point earned in Tyrrellspass game as Athlone continue to cement their ACFL Division 1 status

Athlone 0-15 Tyrrellspass 0-15

Cohesive team performance earns Garrycastle Under 14 players merited league victory

Garrycastle 4-20,

Maree Basketball Club 'slam dunks' half century of history

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Established in 1972, Maree Basketball club is currently the largest and most successful basketball club in Galway, going from strength-to-strength over the past half a century with a very active membership across all age groups from Maree, Oranmore and the surrounding areas.

Belief the name of the game for high-flying United Women

Lynsey McKey has long been a stalwart of the domestic women’s game. She has been involved in the top flight since its very inception in 2011. That she sat in front of the assembled media in The Connacht Hotel on Tuesday and joked about nerves for her first press conference tells you everything about the trajectory of the women’s game and her team.


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