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Fixtures and results: Our Senior footballers drew with Milltown in Athenry on Saturday evening. The result means we tops group C and go into the draw for the quarter final. Fixture to be confirmed. The Juniors lost out to Menlough in the North Board Semi-Final on Friday evening after a hard fought game. Our Under… Read more »

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Fixtures and results: In the Senior football championship we play Milltown at 17:00 this coming Saturday in Kenny Park. This is our final Group 3 game having won three and lost one so far. We currently sit on top of group 3 however Milltown sit in second so a tough challenge awaits. The Juniors take… Read more »

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The Queen of Lackaghbeg I took centre stage last Saturday, As the sun found its highest point in the sky, I bowed out beneath its spotlight, And I bid this life goodbye. My High Nellie was waiting for me, No modern gadgets to slow me down, No gears, No brakes, No helmet, For a Queen…… Read more »

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Paraic’s Tips For Your Garden In September September in the garden is a great time to pause and re-think and get busy. September is natures time for replanting, sowing, feeding – in preparation for Spring.  Many of our garden trees and flowers are producing seeds and berries to start a new generation of plants. It’s… Read more »

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Patrick (Pat) Walsh, Lydican Oranmore, Co, Galway on 29th August 2022 peacefully at home surrounded by his loving family. Beloved husband of Assumpta (Cummins) and dear father of Kieran, Sinead, Fergal and Eimear. Sadly missed by his loving family, their spouses and partners, his cherished grandchildren Meabh, Sophia, Luke, Alexandra, Lily Mae, his brothers, sisters, extended… Read more »

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Fixtures and results: Round 1 of the Bon Secours Senior Championship got off to a start with a 1:08 to 1:05 defeat against St Michaels in Tuam Stadium. Round 2 took place over the past weekend and the lads picked up a win against Caherlistrane in Tuam stadium on a scoreline of 3:12 to 0:09… Read more »

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In 1937 the Department of Folklore – in conjunction with the Department of Education and the Irish National Teachers’ Organisation – initiated a programme to preserve the folklore, tales, superstitions, and customs of the 26 counties. Each Principal teacher of the country’s 5,000 schools was requested to ask his sixth and seventh class pupils to… Read more »

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Paraic’s Tips For Your Garden In August August brings us the last month of summer, but it’s not the last month for colour. This month is an ideal time to plant for late summer and autumn colour in your garden. It’s also an ideal time to sow many plants including vegetables, salads and herbs for… Read more »

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Micheál Moran, Peake, Claregalway, Co Galway, July 30th 2022,(Peacefully) predeceased by wife Maudie. Sadly missed by his special niece in law Mary Prendergast, brothers, nieces, nephews, in laws, relatives, neighbours and friends. Rest in Peace Reposing at Síoraíocht in the grounds of the Church of the Assumption and St James, Claregalway on this Monday evening… Read more »

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Suddenly, at her home. Pre-deceased by her parents James and Margaret, brother Michael and her nephew Séamus. Deeply regretted by her heartbroken family sister Nora Hanley (Feeragh, Belclare), brother-in-law John, sister-in-law Teresa, nieces, nephews, grandniece, grandnephew, relatives, neighbours and friends. May her gentle soul rest in peace Reposing at Sioraoíocht, in the grounds of The… Read more »

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Formerly of Tonery’s Bar, Bohermore. Suddenly at his home. Beloved husband of Lillian. Will be sadly missed by his wife, his heartbroken children Peadar, James, Claire and Emmajane, sisters Breda and Ann, brothers PJ, Tom and Terrance, daughters-in-law Joleene and Aisling, son-in-law William, grandchildren Tommy, Peter, Eddie, Bruce and Harvey, sisters-in-law, brothers-in-law, nieces, nephews, relatives,… Read more »

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Varley back with cracking new novel  Galway Advertiser, Thu, Jul 07, 2022 When Eilis Hanrahan, a bank clerk in the Midlands discovers that her husband is to be jailed for a serious sexual assault, leaving herself and their two children to fend for themselves, her world seems on the verge of collapse. Friends, neighbours, and… Read more »