Breaking New Ground Leo Coffey, Athenry Journal No. 16, 2002 Last August a new chapter began in the life of one of Ireland’s most successful GAA clubs as St Mary’s new grounds were officially opened Over the past 10 ...
Photos: Joe Keating _______________________________________________________ The Race took place on the 26th of December 2007 with 617 finishers completing the route that took them down the Tuam Road to Castle Ellen, over to Carnaun and home via the Raheen road ...
(Recorded on the 27th of January 1992) My first knowledge of life in Athenry came when I went to the Nuns’ school in the Presentation Convent, where I was first taught in ‘babies’ and later in high infants by ...
The Canton Hall, Church Street, Athenry. _____________________ Meetings and Minutes
Source: The Connacht Tribune – 3rd September 1932 ____________________________________
‘Hand-me-down’ Clothes, Mother’s Smuggling Operation, Farm Yard Milk, John Joe White’s Bakery Lack of Money and repairing boots While we had an abundance of food, money or the lack of it, was always a problem. Clothes were continually darned and ...
By Des Glynn In the years prior to 1971, soccer was played in many areas in the vicinity of Athenry including Caheroyan, Abbeyrow, Carnaun, Mountain North, Prospect and Tiaquin. There was an increase in the popularity of soccer after the ...
By Jimmy Kennedy It is fair to say that without Tommy Madden there would never have been a Derrydonnell Athletic Club. He was at all times the ‘main man’, and without his input, his organisational ability, and his prolific athletic ...
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