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The death has occurred of Martin Joe GreaneyPeake, Loughgeorge, Claregalway, Galway Martin Joe passed away peacefully at home on Sunday morning, 27 November with his family at his side. He will be sadly missed by his wife Mary, son Alan and his wife Caroline, daughter Claire and her partner Barry, grandchildren Beau, Faye, Isla and Thea,… Read more »

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Dear Fellow Gardeners, The year 2022 has been a very busy and exciting year for us travelling and discovering new and old vegetable crops from Southern and Eastern Europe.  We took our two children on a long road trip through France, Italy, Greece and then back through Northern Macedonia, Serbia, Slovakia, Czech Republic, Austria and Germany. … Read more »

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Fixtures and results: Under 17A: Our Under 17A’s are out on Sunday the 27th of November against Oranmore-Maree in the Minor County Semi-Final. Throw in is at 12:00 in Knockdoemore. Please get out and support the lads. Keep an eye on our fixtures and results page for further details and score updates at this address:… Read more »

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Formerly of The Neale, Co. Mayo. Predeceased by her parents Brendan and Lena Farragher. Tragically following an accident. Beloved wife of Tom and mother of Sarah, Gearóid and Mark. Will be sadly missed by her husband and children, sisters Claire O’Sullivan and Helen O’Sullivan, brothers Fr. Stephen P.P. Ballyhaunis, Co. Mayo, Seán, Fr. Pat A.D.M. Tuam… Read more »

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Fixtures and results: Under 19: Our Under 19A team are out against Dunmore McHales, provisionally scheduled for the weekend of the 5th of November. Further details to follow. Most of our boys and girls groups have ceased activities after having a great 2022 season. Our players have had a fun year, developing skills, making new… Read more »

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Fixtures and results: Under 19: Our Under 19A team are out against Dunmore McHales, provisionally scheduled for the weekend of the 5th of November. Further details to follow. Most of our boys and girls groups have ceased activities after having a great 2022 season. Our players have had a fun year, developing skills, making new… Read more »

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Fáilte chuig Comórtas Na mBailte Slachtmhara Super Valu don bhliain 2022. Táimid buíoch daoibh as ucht na hiontrála a chur chugainn, agus guimíd gach rath ar bhúr gcuid oibre amach anseo. Adh Mór. Thank you very muchfor your application to this year’s competition. Although you have a relatively small number (3) on your Committee,you enjoy… Read more »

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At a time when communities are doing all they can to encourage greater health for all their members, Carnmore hurling and camogie clubs is doing its best to encourage people to get off the couch this winter and stay fit. The clubs, two of the most progressive in the county, and over the past decade… Read more »

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Seán passed away peacefully, surrounded by his loving family in the wonderful care of the staff of Galway Hospice on Monday 17th October 2022. Predeceased by his cherished wife, Anna, and his brothers, Joe and Hugh. Seán will be sadly missed by his beloved family; his children Kevin, Declan, Paul and Denise, his brothers Kevin and… Read more »

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Fixtures and results: Ladies: The Galway Senior Club Championship title eludes our Ladies for another year unfortunately. Congrats to Kilkerrin Clonberne LGFA on their tenth county title in a row and best of wishes to them as they continue to Connacht. We lost out on a scoreline of 1:14 to 0:03 in Tuam Stadium and… Read more »

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Formerly Lydican, Oranmore. Louise passed away peacefully at University Hospital Galway with her loving family by her side. Beloved wife and best friend of Ronan and much loved mother of Lauren, Jake and Luke. Deeply mourned and sadly missed by her husband and children, parents Mick and Ann, sister Caroline, brother Paul, nieces, nephews, the… Read more »

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Dear Fellow Gardeners,I’m always looking forward to October.  It’s usually quite a dry and beautiful month and the colours are amazing.  Unfortunately the beautiful autumn leaves don’t usually last long here in the west – a couple of seasonal gales and they are gone! What to do in OctoberOctober is the month to fill your larder. … Read more »