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Trill is proud of his pioneering women despite loss

Galway United Women produced a brave effort in Eamonn Deacy Park on Saturday in their inaugural competitive fixture when losing 1-0 to a highly fancied Wexford Youths side, and next up is a visit to Turner's Cross for Saturday's clash with with Cork City (5pm).

World renowned steel guitarist set to entertain at Tuar Ard Arts Centre

Join world renowned and award winning steel guitarist Sarah Jory live in the surrounds of Tuar Ard Arts Centre, Moate, on Monaday, May 30.

March 1875 - Smallpox in Athenry

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On March 2 1875, the medical officer of the Athenry Dispensary District, Dr WJ Leonard, wrote an urgent letter to the Local Government Board (LGB) in Dublin, regretting to report a ‘very bad case of smallpox’ which had come into his district the previous day. He briefly described how it was discovered:

Five wins in a row for United

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Hurley nets late winner for United

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Leinster's run ends as Carty leads Connacht to victory

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Nothing beats New Year cheer, and Connacht delivered a bucket load in one 80 minute performance on Saturday. That it came in the RDS against Leinster is all the more special.

Connacht planning hit and run on Cardiff Blues

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Connacht head to Wales on Saturday intent on backing up last weekend's solid performance with a win over an always-tricky Cardiff Blues.

Galway WFC secure opening draw in long-awaited league return

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Galway WFC head to Dublin on Saturday for their Women’s National League fixture away to Bohemians on Saturday (2pm) after earning their first points of the season last weekend.

'The focus in all my paintings is light'

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Moods, Memories, and Mayo is the title of a new exhibition of paintings by Paul Guilfoyle which is currently running at the Kenny Gallery and continues until Friday December 23. It is Guilfoyle’s ninth solo show at the Kenny Gallery, a relationship that goes all the way back to 1993 and his debut exhibition, Looking West.


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