The Galway side which captured the Winter League at the weekend. Back row, from left: Emma Reaney, Johanna Connolly, Aine McDonagh, Lisa Gannon, Sarah Lynch, Gillian O'Connor, Dearbhla Gower, Dora Gorman, Barbara Hannon, Ciana Ní Churraoin, Charlotte Cooney, Lucy Hannon, Noelle Connolly, and Deirdre Brennan. Front: Mairead Seoighe, Ailbhe Davoren, Aoife Ní Cheallaigh, Eimear O'Kane, Shauna Hynes, Shauna Molloy, Sarah Conneally, Eimile Gavin, and Aishling Donnelly. (Missing from photo: Geraldine Conneally).

Galway claim Winter League title

Galway 1-2 Sligo 0-3 A first-half Ailbhe Davoren goal ultimately proved to be the difference for Galway in a lively, if low scoring Connacht Winter League final against Sligo at the Connacht GAA Centre of Excellence,...
Galway's Fiontan Ó Curraoin wins this aerial battle with Leitrim's Donal Wrynn.

Early goal blitz sees Galway demolish hapless Leitrim

GALWAY 5-21 LEITRIM 0-9 Down through the years, football jousts between Galway and Leitrim have resembled a fight between an Alsatian and a feisty Jack Russell, but this time around the small dog was killed-off in...
NUI Galway were missing county star, Damien Comer, against Roscommon.

NUIG just lose out but GMIT suffer a hammering

Roscommon 1-17 NUI Galway 0-14 NUI Galway, who had already stunned Mayo in the opening round of the FBD League, were unable to follow up on that victory when they faced Roscommon in their second-round fixture...
The hurlers of Galway and NUI Galway had to endure some pretty cold conditions in Ballinasloe last Thursday. Photo: Joe Keane.

Hurlers’ second-half blitz books shoot-out with Laois

Galway  1-20 NUIG 0-13 They got the result, but Galway made hard work of their second Walsh Cup outing last Thursday before pulling clear in the second half. An unanswered 1-12 in that second-half second half including...
The new management team at Galway WFC. From left: Maz Sweeney, assistant manager, Billy Clery, manager, and Susie Cunningham, strength and performance coach.

Clery is appointed the new manager of Galway WFC

By Francis Kennedy FORMER Galway United captain Billy Clery has been appointed manager of Galway WFC, succeeding his former boss at United, Don O’Riordan who left the club in December 2016 following a season of...
SSE Airtricity Moycullen's Paul Freeman tussling with Justin Goldsborough of Griffith Swords Thunder during Saturday's National Basketball Cup semi-final at the Neptune Stadium, Cork. Photo: Gary Carr/Inpho.

Moycullen give their all but it’s not enough to carry day

Swords Thunder 85 Moycullen 77 SSE Airtricity Moycullen, playing in their first ever SuperLeague National Cup semi-final against Swords Thunder of Dublin, gave it everything they had but ended up on the wrong end of a...


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