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Claregalway Handball Court Officially Opened Saturday last proved a historic day for Claregalway Handball Club with the official opening of their new 40×20 Handball Court by GAA Handball President Joe Masterson. In the earlier part of the twentieth century shortly after the foundation of the GAA Claregalway was one of many areas around the country… Read more »

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    Claregalway/Carnmore G.A.A. Weekly Lotto Jackpot is €2,650. Draw Results for 20th March were 20,22,31,32. Match Three Winners Teresa Healy Carnmore Weekly Sellers Prize: Shaun Killilea. €2.00 per panel or 3 panels for €5.00. Win or share €200 for match three. Last draw was in Summerfield Bar on Monday 26th March.   Well done… Read more »

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  IRIRRespond to this post by replying above this line New post on thereluctantemigrant Mná na hÉireann by thereluctantemigrant Who would have Who would have thought that at the ripe old age of .. ahem, that it would be during March 2018 when a sudden identity crisis would emerge.  To be fair, it was prompted. Within a… Read more »

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GIY Weekly Column March 17th 2018 St. Patrick’s Day is traditional spud planting day in Ireland. Get the family out, get digging and start planting those gold nuggets. One of my big food bugbears (at the moment) is why we seem to be so obsessed with sweet potatoes (always imported, usually from North America) when… Read more »

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Rockmount Riding Centre is one of the oldest and largest riding centres in the West of Ireland.  Established in 1972 by John and Treasa Moore, it is now being run by their son David and his wife Verran. Located jut 6 km from Galway City Centre on the N17 close to Claregalway Village, Rockmount provides… Read more »

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A Passion for Gardening and Gardens! Paraic’s Tips For Your Garden After Snow A breathtaking white winter wonderland descended upon Ireland last week…in the first week of March!! It brought a mixture of emotions across the country – joy at the fun to be had, fear of the icy roads and worry about the effect… Read more »

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The local clubs who use the 20 acre Knockdoemore Park are clubbing together in a bid to plant their boundaries and walkway areas in trees, hedging and shrubs before Mothers Day. Galway Based Medical Company, Boston Scientific are to be the main sponsor of the initiative.The organisers are seeking support too and in return for… Read more »

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‘The best word ever’ She’s a survivor: Lily-Mae Morrison, the “Tiny Dancer” from Ireland, completes a clinical trial. Previous Lily-Mae Morrison jumps for joy with her brother, Evan, outside of Helen DeVos Children’s Hospital. The little girl from Ireland has been declared a five-year survivor of neuroblastoma. (Chris Clark | Spectrum Health Beat) Lily-Mae has… Read more »

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Shane Lawless, Valerie Coleman and Abbie Fox Carr are going to Gorodische Orphanage and Cherven Orphanage with the Burren Chernobyl Project to do voluntary work on the 3rd of June for two weeks. This year a group of 24 people of varying ages are going. Shane has been to Gorodische Orphanage last year and wishes… Read more »

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Training days for  Ladies are in Knockdoemore Park as follows: Senior/Juniors returned on Monday’s and Fridays at 7.30. U16 returned on Mondays and Saturdays. U14 returned (Saturdays 4.30-5.30) and (Mondays 6.15-7.15). U12 return 10 March (Saturday 4-5pm). U10 return 7 April (Saturdays 4-5pm). U6/8 return 7 April (Saturdays 4-5pm). Good luck to all our players… Read more »

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