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Galway's Frank Burke whose bid for Presidency of the GAA ended on the first count at the Association's Annual Congress last Friday night.

Galway go diplomatic to get fairer deal for hurling teams

GALWAY had two big battles to fight at the annual GAA Congress at Croke Park over the weekend – the first ended in a heavy defeat, while the second was abandoned due to the...
Galway defender Daithi Burke who will be hoping the Tribesmen can turn on the style against Laois at Pearse Stadium on Sunday.

Galway look to put Wexford defeat behind them in home clash with Laois

GALWAY senior hurlers – following their disheartening defeat to Wexford last day out – will look to get the show back on the road when they host Laois in their Division 1B National league...
County Camogie Board Secretary Geraldine McGrath, whose club Sarsfields will make a bid for All-Ireland senior camogie honours at Croke Park on Sunday.

The Sarsfields supporter who wears a lot of different hats

Talking  Sport with Stephen Glennon One thing County Camogie Board Secretary Geraldine McGrath could never be accused of is idleness, being a woman who wears many hats. Earlier this week though, she was convinced to...
Charlie Adley

How can winter be over if it barely ever began?

Double Vision with Charlie Adley For the last four months, I’ve been feeling like the fella in the Western who’s peering nervously over a vast expanse of empty prairie towards the lonely distant mountains, turning...

Revamp of South Park moves a step closer to fruition

The overhaul of South Park will move one step closer Galway City Council approval in the coming months following the approval of draft plans by the Environment, Recreation and Amenity Strategic Policy Committee. In the...
Galway half forward Thomas Flynn is about to secure possession ahead of Clare's Cathal O'Connor during Sunday's National Football League tie at Pearse Stadium. Photo: Joe O'Shaughnessy.

Galway primed for tough away league tie as Meath try to restore some pride

AHEAD of a tricky National Football League clash against Meath in Navan on Sunday (2pm), and at the midway point of the campaign, it is perhaps timely to take stock of where Galway ‘are...

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