Galway's Damien Comer leaves Donegal's Neil McGee trailing in his wake during the All-Ireland football qualifier at Markievicz Park on Saturday. Photo: Oliver McVeigh/Sportsfile.

Rejuvenated Tribesmen put out of sorts Donegal men to the sword

GALWAY 4-17 DONEGAL 0-14 KIPLING’S observation about treating the two impostors of triumph and disaster just the same could well become the mantra of Galway footballers as they followed up their Connacht final collapse against Roscommon...
Galway midfielder Niamh Kilkenny who was on the scoresheet in their weekend championship win over Clare at Cusack Park.

Green flags for Hennelly and Cooney as Galway carry day

Galway 2-11 Clare 0-11 GALWAY’S senior camogie team responded last Saturday to their previous loss to Kilkenny by booking their place in the All-Ireland senior quarter-finals, with goals from Rebecca Hennelly and Maria Cooney proving the...
Galway's Seán Bleahane taking on Clare's Ross Hayes during Saturday's All-Ireland minor hurling quarter-final at Páirc Uí Chaoimh. Photos: Ray McManus/Sportsfile

Galway minors look the part in big win over Banner rivals

Galway 2-19  Clare 1-12 GALWAY minor hurlers have been coming in cold to All-Ireland quarter-finals for the past 20 years, but this lack of competitive preparation for knock-out matches continues to prove no real barrier to...
Back for more: Lord Scoundrel is driven out by Donagh Meyler to win The Tote.com Galway Plate at Ballybrit last year. The Gordon Elliiott trained eight-year-old will be attempting a repeat win next Wednesday.

Three Kingdoms can put on regal show in Galway Plate

By George McDonagh     AS we look forward to the twin features of the Galway Racing Festival, now in its 148th year, the work done by Racecourse Management, Horse Racing Ireland and sponsors Tote.com and Guinness...
Galway's Paul Conroy going high against Kildare's Fionn Dowling in the National Football League.

Former Galway hero wants team to abandon short kick-out tactic

TWO-time All-Ireland winner Ja Fallon believes Galway must abandon the short kick-out strategy they employed against Mayo and Roscommon in the Connacht championship if they are to have any hope of overturning Donegal in...
Aislinn Meaney of Galway WFC tussling with Chloe Moloney of Peamount United in their WNL match at Deacy Park on Saturday. EIREFOTO.

Terrific Galway WFC upset the odds by routing league leaders

Galway WFC 5 Peamount United 1 GALWAY Women’s FC put in one of their best performances ever when they ran riot against league leaders Peamount United, winning 5-1 at Eamonn Deacy Park on Saturday night. The Tribeswomen...

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