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Galway U-21 football team manager Gerry Fahy.

Galway U-21 boss is no longer a slave to winning silverware

Talking Sport with Stephen Glennon SOME people live in a black and white world but not Glinsk native and current Galway U-21 football manager Gerry Fahy. For sport and indeed life don’t always operate within...
Jim Browne: who will slip into his gown?

Staff fear brown-noser to succeed Jimmy at NUIG

Bradley Bytes – A sort of political column by Dara Bradley With NUIG President close to completing his term, rumours abound at the Newcastle campus as to what Jimmy Browne will do next and who...

Army roadshow allows potential recruits to man tank in Virtual Reality

The Defence Forces Recruitment Roadshow will visit Dún Uí Mhaoilíosa in Renmore on Thursday. The roadshow will include an opportunity to try out the Defence Forces Virtual Reality experience, to participate in an interactive weapons...
Galway defender David Wynne gets the ball away despite the best efforts of Kildare's Eddie Heavey during Sunday's National League tie at Pearse Stadium. Photo: Joe O'Shaughnessy.

Galway footballers have a double reason to overcome Kildare in league final

IT’S time for Galway footballers to confront their Croke Park demons . . . and the Tribesmen have been handed the perfect opportunity of banishing their long-standing blues on Jones Road when facing Kildare...

Vulture fund sells off guesthouse at auction

A former guesthouse and restaurant property in Knocknacarra has been sold at auction for more than €580,000 by a controversial US vulture fund. The Southern Hills Guesthouse and former Chinese restaurant opposite the derelict Spinnaker...
Galway defender Daithí Burke holds off Tipperary's John McGrath of Tipperary during Sunday's National League Final at the Gaelic Grounds. Photo: Ray McManus/Sportsfile.

All-Ireland champions are blown away in league final by rampant Tribesmen

NOT even the wildest dreams of the most partisan Galway hurling supporters could have imagined what happened at the Gaelic Grounds on Sunday. A league final for which Tipperary were strong favourites to win...


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