Owen Diviney (Athenry) and Brian Griffin (Abbeyknockmoy), who are heading up the new Galway Camogie Development Committee put in place to create a vision and mission to develop the sport further in the county.

Spearheading a new vision for the development of Galway camogie

Talking Sport with Stephen Glennon FORMER Galway intermediate camogie manager Brian Griffin, who is heading up the newly established Galway Camogie Development Committee, insists it is crucial for the sport in the county that a...
Galway's Johnny Heaney is chased by Brian Fenton of Dublin during Sunday's Allianz Football League Division 1 Final at Croke Park. Photo: Piaras Ó Mídheach/Sportsfile.

Galway can’t allow league exploits to disarm them for big Mayo clash

Inside Track with John McIntyre The widespread reaction to Galway’s gritty display in Sunday’s National Football League Final has been positive – and so it should be – and while the Tribesmen have made significant...

Old-style cassette taping still presses all the right buttons

A Different View with Dave O’Connell Somebody put a photo up on Facebook recently, a photo of an old VHS tape with details of contents on the little white sticker you could put on the...
President Michael D Higgins joins Terry the Tiger on one of his many visits to Eamon Deacy Park.

Michael D still has stamina to play the political game

World of Politics with Harry McGee – harrymcgee@gmail.com Nobody can deny that Michael D Higgins loves his sport; there he was at the League final in Croke Park on Sunday, fresh from his attendance at...
Charlie Adley

Galway doesn’t trust me to be alone

Double Vision with Charlie Adley Under the early morning sunshine of a deep blue Claddagh sky, Paddy and I chat about what he needs to do to my car, Joey SX. We have a good...
Former Irish squad champion John Rooney at Galway Lawn Tennis Club.

Former Irish squash champ Rooney still haunted by being forced to quit

Talking Sport with Stephen Glennon There was a time when former professional squash player John Rooney looked destined to rule the courts for even longer than he did. However, over a decade ago, he was...

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