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Fixtures and results: Our Seniors were out on Saturday last against Bearna in Division 2 League in Claregalway. The result didn’t go their way however losing out on a scoreline of 0-12 to 0-18. Next fixture is against St James on the 8th of May – details TBC Our Junior A’s defeated Caherlistrane in the… Read more »

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Dear Fellow Gardeners, May is definitely 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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The death has occurred of Kate MoranGlenagloughan, Monivea, Galway Kate Moran, Glenagloughan, Monivea, Co.Galway. 19th April 2022. Sadly missed by her loving family, parents Cathal and Mary, siblings Thady, Leah and Saoirse, her loving boyfriend TJ Brennan, grandmothers Bridie Moran and Amelia Murphy, aunts, uncles, relatives, extended family, neighbours and friends. Reposing from her home in… Read more »

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Fixtures and results: Mens: Our Junior C’s beat Oughterard on Thursday last on a scoreline of 3:15 to 0:5 in the Junior C Championship West. Our Junior A’s took on Corofin in the Division 4 B league on Friday and came out on top on a scoreline of 1:16 to 0:8 Fixtures for the coming… Read more »

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Fixtures and results: Mens: Our Senior men are out against Caherlistrane in the Division 2 League on Sunday the 10th in Caherlistrane. Throw in is set for 12:30. Our Junior teams are in action over the coming week with Junior A’s taking on Corofin in the 4B League at 19:00 in Corofin on Friday the… Read more »

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Paraic’s Tips For Your Garden In April “Warmer temperatures, longer evenings and more daylight than darkness in the day help to create the perfect conditions for gardening this April.” Paraic Horkan April is finally here and the clocks have gone forward. As a result, we have an extra hour of gardening time to play with… Read more »

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The History of Merlin Castle GRÁINNE THORNTON – OCT 22, 2021 1388 VIEWS Regardless of whether you would refer to the structure as Merlin or Doughiska Castle, the charm of this quaint castle on the trails of Merlin Woods is undeniable. The recent conservational repair works on the tower houses puts an emphasis on its fascinating… Read more »

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.Dear Fellow Gardeners, This must have been the nicest early spring in many years.  It’s wonderful to see all the early awakenings in nature.  The blackthorn (sloe berry) is now in full flower and this should give us some caution.  In the old lore, this time is called the “Blackthorn Winter”.  The warm weather triggers the blackthorn… Read more »

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Claregalway Castle Sat 3rd April11am – 6pm A perfect afternoon….. come to Claregalway castle, have a coffee and light refreshment, hear some live music and buy a plant to start the Spring.The Spring Garden Fair is the first event of the year at Claregalway Castle.  It will feature many of Ireland’s best nurseries and rare… Read more »

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Fixtures and results: Our Senior men played Oileáin Árann in the Division 2 league last Thursday evening under lights in Knockdoemore. It was a beautiful evening for football. We won out on the night on a scoreline of 1-10 to 1-7. Our Juniors were in action against Annaghdown on Saturday in the Division 4B football… Read more »

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Cregmore National School Community will host a major fundraising event on Saturday, April 2, in support of little Jonah Murphy, a six-year old boy born with a very serious and rare heart condition. Jonah is the only son of teaching staff member Edel Glynn and her husband Jonathan Murphy, is affectionately known as “Jonah, the… Read more »

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Packed houses were the order of the wek as the curtain closed on another hugely successful Claregalway Festival of Drama which concluded at the weekend. Festival Director Dermot Hession was warmly complimented on the manner in which he organised the event and he was helped by a wonderful committee who provided tremendous assistance each night…. Read more »