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Mens News: Our Senior team suffered a 1-10 to 1-17 defeat against Corofin on Friday last. The result sees us remain in third position in Division 1 with our final game against Milltown over the coming fortnight. Full fixture details to be confirmed. Our Juniors won against Maigh Cuilinn in Moycullen on Sunday. We sit… Read more »

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Dear Fellow Gardeners, May is the busiest month in your vegetable garden and hopefully you have managed to do all the other jobs such as bed preparation in the previous months. The soil has warmed up sufficiently to sow and plant nearly all vegetables. So make sure you take time off in May so that… Read more »

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Mens News: Our Senior team sits in third position in Division 1 having recorded 4 wins and 1 narrow defeat so far. Their most recent outing was a 12 points to 7 win over Annaghdown in Knockdoemore. There’s two games remaining and it is all to play for. Up next is Corofin in Corofin on… Read more »

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Early May is the ideal time to plant edibles. Plant now in your greenhouse, polytunnel, hothouse, or conservatory. This can be done by using old coffee cups and placed on a window sill. My favourites and most easy to grow include: TomatoesMelonsChiliesPeppersCucumbersAuberginesStrawberriesCourgettes My Top Tip for May is to plant scented Lemon Scented Geraniums to add scent… Read more »

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Mens News: Fixtures: Seniors: Thursday (20th) in Killanin – Killanin. Throw in at 19:45 Junior C: Friday (21st) in Knockdoemore – Barna. Throw in at 19:15. Junior B: Saturday (22nd) in Oughterard – Oughterard. Throw in at 14:00. Junior: Saturday (22nd) in Knockoemore – Salthill Knocknacarra. Throw in at 19:00 Fixtures are all subject to… Read more »

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Let’s getChildren Gardening Hi JosetteWith children off for the Easter holidays and the weather improving, let’s get them outside in the fresh air and getting dirty in the soil. It is a known fact that the child who grows the fruit eats the fruit.Plants such as strawberries and tomatoes are so easy to plant and… Read more »

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Mens:The score in the Division 1 Round 1 match held on Friday last was:Claregalway 2:11 0:10 Mountbellew/MoyloughA 7 point win and a great start to our league campaign!The Cahill cup game that was set for Saturday against Caltra was called off due to adverse weatherand pitch conditions. It has been provisionally rescheduled for Sunday the… Read more »

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Dear Fellow Gardeners, This is my favourite time of the year when nature starts to wake up from its long slumber.  Hopefully St. Patrick’s weekend will be kind to us for planting our first early potatoes, onion sets and shallots.  You can still plant garlic, broad beans and Jerusalem artichokes.  Apart from these there is little… Read more »

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Ladies: The HEC LGFA Championships conclude next week in Bekan. We send best wishes to Laura Scanlon who lines out with UL in the Donaghy Cup Final on Wednesday. Hard luck to Kate Slevin and Shauna Brennan who were on the UG team who lost the O’Connor Cup quarter final this week to Queens and… Read more »

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Gardening Tips to Make March Fun “I love spring. Lawn grass is growing, spring bulbs are flowering, growth buds are swelling and our native wild birds are busy building this year’s nurseries”– Paraic Ah spring, such an exciting time of year! Daffodils are dancing in the wind and the tulips are not far behind.There is… Read more »

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Well done: Well done to all our players who represented Galway over the past weekend! Galway Ladies were victorious over Waterford in Dungarvan while the Galway men got a draw against Donegal. Table Quiz: We are holding a table quiz in the Summerfield bar this coming weekend (Friday the 3rd of March at 8:30) Tables… Read more »

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Below is a PDF copy of the plans for traffic calming and pedestrian crossings. There are two changes to these plans, the crossing will remain between Hughes and the church and the right hand lane for Oranmore will also remain.