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Irish Examiner
Galway boss keen for Johnny Glynn to continue with hurlers | Irish Examiner Saturday, November 18, 2017 - 03:07 pm By Michael Moyniha
Irish Examiner / Posted 9 hours ago
| Irish Examiner Saturday, November 18, 2017 - 03:07 pm By Michael Moynihan Galway manager Micheal Donoghue is keen to have... Read more
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Irish Examiner
Mistakes in final quarter cost Ireland dearly in International Rules second testBarrett (Belmullet, Mayo); Kevin Feely (Athy, Kildare), Aidan O’Shea (captain,
Irish Examiner / Posted 13 hours ago
Barrett (Belmullet, Mayo); Kevin Feely (Athy, Kildare), Aidan O’Shea (captain, Breaffy); Shane Walsh (Kilkerrin-Clonberne, Galway), Darren Hughes (Scotstown, Monaghan), Niall Sludden (Dromore, Tyrone); Paul Geaney (Dingle, Kerry), Michael Murphy... Read more
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The Irish Times
The rise of veganism: We are what we don’t eatand lots of exclusive content at irishtimes.com/food Something strange happene
The Irish Times / Posted 15 hours ago
and lots of exclusive content at irishtimes.com/food Something strange happened over the summer in a restaurant in Galway. It made chef Jess Murphy and her kitchen crew wonder if they were listed in some under-the-radar guidebook. Every... Read more
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The Irish Times
A feast for the senses with ‘Middle-Eastern-plus’ foodfrom his new book, Simply Simon’s: the Diner Cookbook, along with head chef Mar
The Irish Times / Posted 16 hours ago
from his new book, Simply Simon’s: the Diner Cookbook, along with head chef Martin O’Donnell at The Twelve hotel in Barna, Galway, on November 23rd. The Thanksgiving celebration will begin with pre-dinner cocktails and canapes, while Delaney does a... Read more
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The Irish Times
Bank of Ireland opens incubator space on Camden Streetno over-the-counter transactions. The Camden Street facility follows on from s
The Irish Times / Posted 16 hours ago
no over-the-counter transactions. The Camden Street facility follows on from similar initiatives by Bank of Ireland in Galway and New York this year. It also plans to open an incubator space in Limerick. Speaking at the launch, Ms McDonagh... Read more
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The Irish Times
Wanted: hoarders to come clean in Galway studyinto those houses in six months, they’d be very much as they were before Resea
The Irish Times / Posted 18 hours ago
into those houses in six months, they’d be very much as they were before Researchers at the School of Psychology at NUI Galway are seeking Irish participants for a study on the link between life events like loss, bereavement and trauma, and... Read more
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The Irish Times
The rise of veganism: Increasingly, we are what we don’t eatSomething strange happened over the summer in a restaurant in Galway. It made c
The Irish Times / Posted 18 hours ago
Something strange happened over the summer in a restaurant in Galway. It made chef Jess Murphy and her kitchen crew wonder if they were listed in some under-the-radar guidebook. Every evening, roughly five of their customers in Kai Restaurant were... Read more
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Irish Examiner
First licence granted to treat pain with cannabisof pharmacology and therapeutics David Finn, who is also the co-director of the
Irish Examiner / Posted 23 hours ago
of pharmacology and therapeutics David Finn, who is also the co-director of the Centre for Pain Research at NUI Galway, said the granting of the licence was an “important development”. “This is a very interesting and important... Read more
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The Irish Times
Ten favourite forest walks in Irelandheath and a delicate orchid of damp woodlands, the narrow-leaved helleborine. (
The Irish Times / Posted yesterday
heath and a delicate orchid of damp woodlands, the narrow-leaved helleborine. (Map 38, grid ref L 972 793) Clonbur, Co Galway/Mayo At 300 hectares, this is one of Coillte’s largest restoration projects. It offers varied routes to delight the... Read more
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Irish Examiner
Galway Councillor calls for investigation after 20 people trapped on big wheel for three hoursLatest: | Irish Examiner Latest: Friday, November 17, 2017...
Irish Examiner / Posted yesterday
Latest: | Irish Examiner Latest: Friday, November 17, 2017... Read more
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Irish Examiner
People trapped on big wheel at Galway Christmas market | Irish Examiner Friday, November 17, 2017 - 08:06 pm The big wheel at Gal
Irish Examiner / Posted yesterday
| Irish Examiner Friday, November 17, 2017 - 08:06 pm The big wheel at Galway's Christmas market has stopped turning, leaving a number of... Read more
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Irish Examiner
Former Mayo ladies football boss slams 'farcical' Galway camogie process | Irish Examiner Friday, November 17, 2017 - 05:43 pm Ex-Mayo ladies footb
Irish Examiner / Posted yesterday
| Irish Examiner Friday, November 17, 2017 - 05:43 pm Ex-Mayo ladies football boss Frank Browne has... Read more
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Banbury Guardian
Starchitect gets the each-way vote in BetVictor Gold Cupback in the spring and looked a chaser of Gold Cup potential when making a winn
Banbury Guardian / Posted yesterday
back in the spring and looked a chaser of Gold Cup potential when making a winning debut over the larger obstacles at Galway last month. The Grade 1 Morgiana Hurdle sees the reappearance of the 2015 Champion Hurdler Faugheen (2.15) who takes... Read more
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Irish Examiner
Elderly woman who was reported missing yesterday is found dead in a car in roadside ditchto Gardaí yesterday when she failed to return home from an appointment. Her bo
Irish Examiner / Posted yesterday
to Gardaí yesterday when she failed to return home from an appointment. Her body has been taken to University Hospital in Galway for a post mortem examination, and the road is closed for a forensic examination. More From The Irish Examiner Start... Read more
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The Irish Times
Irish snail farmers on the money trailin response to interest from chefs and buyers, from Singapore and Dubai, who sh
The Irish Times / Posted yesterday
in response to interest from chefs and buyers, from Singapore and Dubai, who she met at the Food On The Edge symposium in Galway in 2016. “They tasted our snails and were very impressed with the quality and taste, but when we told them we sold our... Read more
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GAA Football & Hurling
Ireland ladies club football previews: Final places on the lineat the All-Ireland quarter-final stage, when Joanne Culleton struck a late goal
GAA Football & Hurling / Posted yesterday
at the All-Ireland quarter-final stage, when Joanne Culleton struck a late goal. Annaghdown won the intermediate title on Galway’s behalf last year, and now Maigh Cuilinn are hoping to follow suit. They’ll have their hands full with Kinsale, who... Read more
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Aircraft Maintenance Technology
Aer Lingus to Debut Nonstop Seattle to Dublin Service in Mayclaim “Irish” as their primary ancestry. And Seattle has maintained a Sister Ci
Aircraft Maintenance Technology / Posted yesterday
claim “Irish” as their primary ancestry. And Seattle has maintained a Sister City relationship with the Irish city of Galway since 1986. The ties between the Emerald City and the Emerald Isle go back even farther. Thomas Burke, one of early... Read more
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GAA Football & Hurling
Sice 'relishing' final challengeforward Gary Sice is looking forward to locking horns with Castlebar Mitchels i
GAA Football & Hurling / Posted yesterday
forward Gary Sice is looking forward to locking horns with Castlebar Mitchels in the Connacht club SFC final. The Galway champions came through a pulsating contest against St Brigid's which saw extra time needed to separate the sides, but... Read more
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Irish Examiner
Housing charity to provide up to 190 social homes across the countryof up to €15m from AIB. The first tranche was used to complete the purchase an
Irish Examiner / Posted yesterday
of up to €15m from AIB. The first tranche was used to complete the purchase and repair of 21 homes in Donegal, Westmeath, Galway, Kildare and Wexford. The project is part of the Rebuilding Ireland vacant homes initiative and will be completed... Read more
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Business Wire
ICON Announces Appointment of Ms. Joan Garahy to Board of Directorsequity analyst roles with Goodbody Stockbrokers and NCB Group. Ms. Garahy was
Business Wire / Posted yesterday
equity analyst roles with Goodbody Stockbrokers and NCB Group. Ms. Garahy was also previously a non-executive director of Galway University Foundation and she is currently a member of the board of The Irish Chamber Orchestra. Ms. Garahy holds a... Read more
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GAA Football & Hurling
'Super11s is a great concept', says Conlonto Sunday’s AIG Fenway Classic when he will be hoping that the Bannermen can se
GAA Football & Hurling / Posted yesterday
to Sunday’s AIG Fenway Classic when he will be hoping that the Bannermen can see off old rivals Tipperary and meet either Galway or Dublin in the final. “It is such a unique stadium, I’ve read a lot about it and the chance to play there is great.... Read more
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Banbury Guardian
Longsdon looking forward to seeing Bentelimar in Cheltenham’s big raceover hurdles, Bentelimar was a 15-length winner of a novice chase at Wexford in
Banbury Guardian / Posted yesterday
over hurdles, Bentelimar was a 15-length winner of a novice chase at Wexford in June. The eight-year-old was fancied for Galway Plate in August before unseating his rider and was last seen out finishing sixth in the valuable Kerry National over... Read more
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Irish Examiner
‘Selfish drivers oblivious to huge devastation they could cause’, says bereaved Cork womanago. Chief Superintendent Finbarr Murphy (left) with Moyagh Murdock, RSA CEO,
Irish Examiner / Posted yesterday
ago. Chief Superintendent Finbarr Murphy (left) with Moyagh Murdock, RSA CEO, Catherine Flaherty, from Connemara, Co. Galway and Shane Ross TD. She is one of a number of people who took time out yesterday to help launch World Day of... Read more
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Banbury Guardian
Exitas can maintain excellent run on opening day at Cheltenhambe applied to Counter Shy and I am convinced there will be a number of winners
Banbury Guardian / Posted yesterday
be applied to Counter Shy and I am convinced there will be a number of winners come out of this intriguing puzzle. Former Galway Plate winner Shanahan’s Turn has his first start for Colin Tizzard running in the famous colours of the late Alan... Read more
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Banbury Guardian
Longsdon looking forward to seeing Bentelimar in Cheltenhamover hurdles, Bentelimar was a 15-length winner of a novice chase at Wexford in
Banbury Guardian / Posted yesterday
over hurdles, Bentelimar was a 15-length winner of a novice chase at Wexford in June. The eight-year-old was fancied for Galway Plate in August before unseating his rider and was last seen out finishing sixth in the valuable Kerry National over... Read more
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Irish Examiner
Complaints over rent rates double since 2016are not adhering to rent limits in government-set RPZs. There are 21 RPZs, cov
Irish Examiner / Posted 2 days ago
are not adhering to rent limits in government-set RPZs. There are 21 RPZs, covering all of Dublin, Cork City, much of Galway City, and towns such as Cobh and Greystones. In those areas, rents can only be increased by a maximum of 4% annually... Read more
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Irish Examiner
The queue for Galway’s ‘Christmas Day’ is insane | Irish Examiner Thursday, November 16, 2017 - 03:51 pm We know, Christmas
Irish Examiner / Posted 2 days ago
| Irish Examiner Thursday, November 16, 2017 - 03:51 pm We know, Christmas Day in November may sound crazy to some but to college students about to... Read more
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techcentral.ie
HBAN to boost angel investment to €25m per year by 2020we’re very focused on recruiting new angels and developing our regional syndica
techcentral.ie / Posted 2 days ago
we’re very focused on recruiting new angels and developing our regional syndicates. In particular, the HBAN offices in Galway, Cork and Waterford are very active in attracting new investors by inviting them to monthly forums and pitching... Read more
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Limerick Post
Community officers to make Travellers feel at home in Rathkealeus all, but that is not a crime, it’s an offence. “There is a significant econ
Limerick Post / Posted 2 days ago
us all, but that is not a crime, it’s an offence. “There is a significant economic benefit to the town. This is their Galway Races,” he declared. “There’s no horses though,” one councillor replied. Mayor Stephen Keary took issue with Cllr... Read more
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GAA Football & Hurling
Galway haven't deployed 'dark arts' enough - Cummins16 November 2017 Galway's Danny Cummins scores a goal. Galway forward Danny C
GAA Football & Hurling / Posted 2 days ago
16 November 2017 Galway's Danny Cummins scores a goal. Galway forward Danny Cummins admits that Roscommon had “that little edge” over them in this year’s Connacht SFC final. Kevin McStay’s... Read more
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GAA Football & Hurling
Sutcliffe set for first Dublin appearance in two yearshe lined-out for New York’s footballers against Sligo in the Connacht champions
GAA Football & Hurling / Posted 2 days ago
he lined-out for New York’s footballers against Sligo in the Connacht championship. The Dubs take on All-Ireland champions Galway at the famous Boston Red Sox venue on Sunday in what will be the opening game of the second edition of the AIG Fenway... Read more
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GAA Football & Hurling
Harte rules out county switch for McCarronthemselves to make a difference over and above their normal play.” And Harte,
GAA Football & Hurling / Posted 2 days ago
themselves to make a difference over and above their normal play.” And Harte, speaking in Loughrea at the launch of the Galway GAA Critical Incident Response Plan, also confirmed he has yet to decide who will captain the Red Hand county for the... Read more
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GAA Football & Hurling
Tipperary's McGrath revels in new experiencesadjust to the rules which will be applied on Sunday in the AIG Fenway Classic w
GAA Football & Hurling / Posted 2 days ago
adjust to the rules which will be applied on Sunday in the AIG Fenway Classic when they take on Clare in one semi-final and Galway and Dublin meet in the other semi-final. “It takes a bit of time to adjust to rule changes. For example, you can’t... Read more
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Banbury Guardian
Shoal Bay can make a winning debut over timber at Tauntonon decent ground and should have his optimum conditions today. The race of the
Banbury Guardian / Posted 2 days ago
on decent ground and should have his optimum conditions today. The race of the day is the Grade 2 Clonmel Oil Chase where Galway Plate winner Balko Des Flos is one of four Gigginstown owned runners in this six-runner field. He must go close but... Read more
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The Irish Times
Net Results: People must not be forced to operate onlineago, I was sent off by The Irish Times to spend a week sailing around the Conne
The Irish Times / Posted 2 days ago
ago, I was sent off by The Irish Times to spend a week sailing around the Connemara coast and Aran Islands on a newly built Galway hooker, a creative holiday experience that was perfect for a summer feature story. As writing assignments go, it was... Read more
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The Irish Times
Midlands tourism promotion body in danger of closurewithdrew its funding. Mid Ireland Tourism promotes the industry in some of Iri
The Irish Times / Posted 2 days ago
withdrew its funding. Mid Ireland Tourism promotes the industry in some of Irish tourism’s most challenged areas: east Galway, Longford, Westmeath, Offaly, Laois and North Tipperary. It held a meeting at Mount Temple golf club in Moate, Co... Read more
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The Irish Times
Drive to increase angel investment in Irish start-ups to €25mvery focused on recruiting new angels and developing our regional syndicates. I
The Irish Times / Posted 3 days ago
very focused on recruiting new angels and developing our regional syndicates. In particular, the HBAN offices in Galway, Cork and Waterford are very active in attracting new investors by inviting them to monthly forums and pitching... Read more
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Irish Examiner
139 greyhounds put down over race injuriesis appearing more desperate by the day.” Meanwhile, greyhound handler, Michael
Irish Examiner / Posted 3 days ago
is appearing more desperate by the day.” Meanwhile, greyhound handler, Michael McDonagh, from Brownsgrove, Tuam, in Co Galway, has been fined €1,000 by the sport’s governing body after traces of benzoylecgonine, a metabolite of cocaine, were... Read more
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The Irish Times
EIB to sign off on €85m investment loan for Limerickcompetitive international city. The loan for the Opera site is being seen as a
The Irish Times / Posted 3 days ago
competitive international city. The loan for the Opera site is being seen as a major advantage for Limerick over Cork and Galway in attracting foreign investment. A source said: “It is a big deal, and, a real thumbs up for Limerick from the EIB.... Read more
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GAA Football & Hurling
2018 Walsh Cup draw: Cats drawn against Kildare and Laoisthe 2018 Walsh Cup group stage which commences next month. Brian Cody's charge
GAA Football & Hurling / Posted 3 days ago
the 2018 Walsh Cup group stage which commences next month. Brian Cody's charges edged out eventual All-Ireland champions Galway to the pre-season competition title nine months ago. There are a reduced number of teams in next year's tournament... Read more
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The Irish Times
Court clears examiner to seven Gerry Barrett firms to agree deal with investorof the group’s assets to reduce its debt to the bank. That claim was denied by
The Irish Times / Posted 3 days ago
of the group’s assets to reduce its debt to the bank. That claim was denied by the companies, which argued that the bank had breached the settlement agreement. The firm’s directors are Gerry Barrett and Catherine Barrett, of Lower Dangan,... Read more
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The Irish Times
Court clears examiner to seven Gerry Barrett firms to agree a deal with investorthe sale of the group’s assets to reduce its debt to the bank. That claim was
The Irish Times / Posted 3 days ago
the sale of the group’s assets to reduce its debt to the bank. That claim was denied by the companies, who argued the bank had breached the settlement agreement. The firm’s directors are Gerry Barrett and Catherine Barrett, of Lower Dangan, Gal... Read more
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Irish Examiner
Dublin midfielder Denis Bastick retires from inter-county footballSynge Street also won 11 Leinster titles and 4 National Leagues. In other Dubl
Irish Examiner / Posted 3 days ago
Synge Street also won 11 Leinster titles and 4 National Leagues. In other Dublin GAA news, it was confirmed that former Galway hurling manager Anthony Cunningham will be part of Pat Gilroy's backroom team with the Dublin hurlers. He wil be... Read more
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Irish Examiner
High Court grants order to examiner's deal with investor over seven firms employing 330 staff- 05:51 pm By Ann O'Loughlin The High Court has granted orders permitting the
Irish Examiner / Posted 3 days ago
- 05:51 pm By Ann O'Loughlin The High Court has granted orders permitting the examiner of seven companies controlled by Galway businessman Gerry Barrett to enter into an agreement with an investor. This evening, Ms Justice Marie Baker granted... Read more
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Irish Examiner
Limerick to receive largest ever EIB support programme for 3,000 job urban regeneration planA office accommodation. The loan for the Opera site however is being seen as a
Irish Examiner / Posted 3 days ago
A office accommodation. The loan for the Opera site however is being seen as a major advantage for Limerick over Cork and Galway in attracting foreign investment. A source said: “It is a big deal, and, a real thumbs up for Limerick from the EIB.... Read more
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GAA Football & Hurling
Gilroy finalises backroom teamMaguire in 2011, is the other selector. Gilroy takes charges of the Dubs for t
GAA Football & Hurling / Posted 3 days ago
Maguire in 2011, is the other selector. Gilroy takes charges of the Dubs for the first time this weekend when the take on Galway - who Cunningham managed to All-Ireland final appearances in 2012 and '15 - in the AIG Fenway Classic in... Read more
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Liverpool Echo
Past winners Vieux Lion Rouge and Highland Lodge among 60 entries for Randox Health Becher Chase at Aintreeof last season when winning a handicap hurdle at Cork in March. He finished ei
Liverpool Echo / Posted 3 days ago
of last season when winning a handicap hurdle at Cork in March. He finished eighth to Mon Lino in a handicap hurdle at Galway at the end of last month. O'Grady said: "All being well, Westerner Point will head over to Aintree in December for... Read more
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GAA Football & Hurling
Galway starlet McDaid to sign for Carlton15 November 2017 Cillian McDaid in action for Galway and inset the Monivea-Abb
GAA Football & Hurling / Posted 3 days ago
15 November 2017 Cillian McDaid in action for Galway and inset the Monivea-Abbey youngster at an AFL Talent Combine. Rising Galway football star Cillian McDaid is set to become Carlton Blues' latest Irish... Read more
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GAA Football & Hurling
Nash didn't lost any sleep over All Star snubfor Mark Coleman, and Patrick Horgan (Cork’s two All Star winners). “I remembe
GAA Football & Hurling / Posted 3 days ago
for Mark Coleman, and Patrick Horgan (Cork’s two All Star winners). “I remember in 2012 when I got in, James Skehill (from Galway) was also nominated, and probably felt aggrieved that he didn’t get. I’ve two All Stars at home, on the parents’... Read more
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GAA Football & Hurling
Galway U21 'superstar' scores five goals in All Ireland finalVideo: 14 November 2017 Is this a record? Galway full-forward Emma Reaney scor
GAA Football & Hurling / Posted 3 days ago
Video: 14 November 2017 Is this a record? Galway full-forward Emma Reaney scored FIVE goals in the Aisling McGing All Ireland Under-21 Final victory over Mayo. "She’s our little... Read more
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