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GTI Footballers Fall Short Against DIT

GTI Footballers Fall Short Against DIT

by Michael Heneghan Photos: Elina Peura GTI took part in a seven-goal thriller against Dublin Institute of Technology at Fahy’s Field today. Johnny Glynn’s men lost 4-3 in a tightly contest semi-final. GTI struggled in the first half, whilst playing against a strong wind found themselves 3-0 down, but the Galway outfit managed to grab two


GTI Ease To Victory

Image: Eoin Togher by Brian Donnellon and Shane Brennan After a slow start to the match, GTI put on a dazzling second half performance worthy of the victory as they pulled away to win 5-1 on the day. Poor weather conditions and a lack of early intensity allowed DCU to put pressure on and were


“Galway Girl” Confirmed For Ed Sheeran’s New Album!

by Aodán Boland Singer/songwriter Ed Sheeran has released the track listings for his third studio album ÷ and it features a song called “Galway Girl”! Sheeran made a comeback last week after a year-long hiatus by releasing two new singles, which both topped the charts globally. He previously revealed that he had written two songs about Galway and


The 10 Best Films of 2016

While 2016 was undeniably a weak year for cinema, with a significantly higher standard of storytelling on the small screen, there were nonetheless several film which made a big impact over the past 12 months. Read my full Best & Worst Films of 2016 at this link.   Casey Affleck is quietly brilliant in Kenneth Lonergan’s exploration of grief,


‘Rogue One: A Star Wars Story’ Review

by Lucien Waugh-Daly It’s enormously telling that, when Darth Vader makes his entrance midway through Rogue One, one is taken aback by the sheer cheesiness of his iconic costume and speech. While Vader remains one of cinema’s most enduring villains, the late 1970s-aesthetic of the character is at such sharp odds with the dusty realism of


Rugby Review 2016

Image Source by Eoin Togher The rugby year of 2016 has been a very interesting one, from shocking victories like Ireland beating New Zealand for the first time and Connacht winning the Guinness Pro 12 (their first ever trophy) the year has certainly been one to remember. Even locally in Mayo, it’s been a very


Daryl Horgan Signs For Preston

Image Source by Aodán Boland Preston North End have announced the signing of Galway man, Daryl Horgan from League of Ireland champions, Dundalk. Horgan signed for Dundalk in December 2013 after spending two seasons at Turners Cross with Cork City. 24-year-old Horgan started his career with Salthill Devon and his brothers, Colm and Kevin are currently