Ludden believes future is bright for United if they avoid the drop

Talking Sport There must be times when defender Marc Ludden looks around the League of Ireland – and, indeed, league football in England – and wonders what kind of outfit Galway United would be if...
Charlie Adley

This week sees grumbling all over Ireland!

Double Vision That was the news. Now over to Charlie for today’s grumbling forecast.” (Lyrical violins play during footage of long grasses swaying at ground level. Focus switches to reveal two men standing by a...

Trouble at Civic Trust over bill for legal fees

Bradley Bytes – A sort of political column by Dara Bradley All is not well at the Galway Civic Trust. There had been fears for some time earlier this year over the threat to Community...

Late Waterford surge blows the Rebels away to reach fifth final

Inside Track With fifteen minutes gone in the second-half of Sunday’s slow-burning All-Ireland hurling semi-final between Cork and Waterford, it was difficult to avoid the conclusion that Galway would comfortably beat the pick of the...

Leo will do fine as Taoiseach – but he may not see second term

World of Politics The fine art of political prediction is a skill some of us utilise almost every day – and we get it wrong about as often as a person who always calling black...
Dave O'Connell

Time for sport to cultivate the sound of silence on the sideline

A Different View There are few more unedifying sights than that of a large red-faced father shouting abuse at the referee in a schoolboy soccer match – and I say that as someone who would...


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