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TL;DR news on Galway bay fm at April 22, 2023

Gardai have confirmed that they were called to an incident yesterday, and a woman was later taken to University Hospital Galway. More on FYI Galway at 5. Galway seemed to be winning here forcing NUIG to defend deep into their half and forcing quick clearances which were being picked up by the Galway defence who were now controlling the half way line. This seemed to spur the NUIG team on and made the Galway defence nervous. However, Galway always looked dangerous on the attack with opportunities falling to Alyssa Manley, Ciara Dunne and Aoibhin McDonnell but they could not break the deadlock. It was the end of a very successful season for Galway and their young coach, American Olympian Alyssa Manley. City Mayor, Collette Connolly said that the estimated half million euro worth of cocaine involved showed the scourge that Galway and other communities are facing. Speaking to Galway Talks, Galway East TD and Junior Minister Anne Rabbitte says it should be in place by July as part of a wider scheme for improved conditions. Right at Home is a home care franchise that is locally owned and operated who provide home care services with a team of over 120 providing care to almost 360 clients in Galway, Mayo and Roscommon. Galway 5k Series The 2022 5k Galway 5k Series is back and this year is sponsored by EY starts next Tuesday April 26th. Speaking to Galway Bay FM News this morning. Connacht and Ulster also have interesting ties, with Mayo v Galway and Donegal v Armagh major attractions. Galway won six and lost two of their eight games in Division 2. Galway Bay FM News understands that more are to arrive in the following weekends for the forseeable future. ICU Numbers in Galway City and County however have also gone against the national trend. Wexford staged a late rally to draw with Galway. Round 4: May 14: Dublin v Kilkenny; Laois v Galway; Westmeath v Wexford. The city vigil is led by community groups across the LGBT+ community in Galway and is one of a series of such solidarity events being held nationwide. On Sunday 24th April the travelling party then head for Durban in preparation for their game against the Sharks on Saturday 30th, before arriving back in Galway on Monday 2nd May.