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Carnmore Juvenile Hurling Notes 2002 Juvenile Year 2002 It is coming to the end of another year at Carnmore Juvenile Hurling Club. Hurling is an important part of the day to day life in the Carnmore/Claregalway parish and at this stage quite a number of youngsters participate in all age groups from U8 through to… Read more »

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Local Girl’s Success At World Championship In Germany Highly talented nine year old Angela O’Connor of Kiniska Claregalway did us all proud recently by taking a 2nd and two 3rds in Tae Kwando Competitions in Germany. She beat off stiff opposition from Ireland, Australia, Poland, Belgium, America, Switzerland, Austria, Korea, China, Japan and Germany. Angela… Read more »

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Claregalway Footballers On The Verge Of History Claregalway’s Intermediate footballers are now just “one hour” away from “Senior Football” as they face Clonbur to decide this years Intermediate Championship. It has been a year of “ups and downs” for the team, as they have combined brilliant championship success with in-different league form. In this years… Read more »

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Sunday 18th of August 2002—Claregalway Show Day had finally arrived. Everything was organised down to the smallest detail and the committee waited in trepidation for the day to dawn. The forecast looked promising and indeed they were not disappointed. The day dawned in glorious sunshine. The pony and horse exhibits were of the usual high… Read more »

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A Touch of Humour WHAT ARE SENIORS WORTH? Remember, old folks are worth a fortune, with silver in their hair, gold in their teeth, stones in their kidneys, lead in their feet and gas in their stomachs. I have become a little older since I saw you last, and a few changes have come into… Read more »

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Carnmore held the annual golf fund raising event on the 20th and 22nd of June. This was a very successful event with excellent sponsorship and a full compliment of teams taking part. With the weather up until this time being predictably bad it was an anxious week for the organising committee but in the end… Read more »

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Childhood: the time of life when you make funny faces in the mirror. Middle Age: the time of life when the mirror gets even. There are three periods in life: youth, middle age and how well you look. At twenty we don’t care what the world thinks of us; at thirty we start to worry… Read more »

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U12 City League Final Carnmore 2–4 Moycullen 0–2 Carnmore claimed their first title of the season with a fine win over Moycullen. On their way to the final Carnmore had victories over Sylane, Moycullen, Oranmore, Spiddal and Rahoon. On the day of the final Carnmore were faced by a physically big and strong Moycullen side… Read more »

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Local lad Niall Farrell was a member of the unbeaten Bish Junior 16 Eights who recently finished off a season of wins by taking the title of National Champions in this category. Following wins in Portadown, Carlow, Cork and Galway in which they beat off stiff opposition including rivals the Jes, many from this crew… Read more »

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The top Irish Junior swimmers competed recently in the Age Group Championships, which were held in Ennis. Swimmers aged from 12 to 16 years from all over Ireland competed for the title of Irish Champion. The Galway Swim Club had excellent results and impressive personal bests on their way to claiming a total of 11… Read more »

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Since our last report all of the remaining County Finals have been held and the following are the results. Swimming Congratulations to John Egan who took Gold in the Boys U14 Breaststroke, Ciara Duggan took Silver in the Girls U16 Freestyle, Colin Duggan took Silver in the Boys U12 Breaststroke, Angela O’Connor also took Silver in… Read more »

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The style you choose is usually the one with which you feel most at home with. If you like living informally, surrounded by your possessions, you probably like a cosy traditional look, like that of a country cottage or an Edwardian villa. But if you like space, you may go for an uncluttered look, where… Read more »

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