Noel Lane during his days as Galway team manager.ey will be ready too. We know that we have to be prepared for anything that’s thrown at us.

Ex-great Lane has big hopes for men of the West

THERE’S one word and one principle that three times All-Ireland winner, Noel Lane, keeps on harking back to when it comes to Galway hurling and that’s consistency. Like everyone following the great dream of Galway...
Aoife Sheehy, right, from Dunmore Community School, races ahead of Ellen McGeough, Sligo Grammar School, in winning the Senior Girls 400m Hurdle.

Local athletes sparkle at the Connacht track and field finals

THERE were several notable Galway performances at the Irish Life Health Connacht Schools Track and Field finals held in Athlone last Thursday. In the boys events, among the highlights were the sprints. Jack Dempsey of...
Galway United's Ronan Murray takes on Finn Harps' Patrick McCourt and Ethan Boyle during Friday night's Premier Division tie at Eamonn Deacy Park. Photo: Joe O'Shaughnessy.

Tribesmen aiming for home win over Bohemians to ease relegation worries

GALWAY United will hope for a return to home comforts this Friday night when they host fellow strugglers Bohemians in Eamonn Deacy Park (7.45pm) looking for the win that would lift them out of...
The Mervue United U16 team which defeated Salthill Devon (1-0) in the Galway Cup final at Eamonn Deacy Park. Back row, left to right: Lewis Waweru, Thomas Doyle, Keelan Creavan, Aidan O Halloran, Robert Carr, Conor Flaherty, Michael Okoye, Blake Cummins, Hakeem Ryan. Front row: Adam Farrell, Mikey Devaney, Charlie Concannon, Colin Kelly, Mark Melody, Ethan Flaherty, Ryan Corcoran, Charlie Filipe, Ethan Fiorentini.

West United and Ballinasloe Town square up in Cup final

FOUR Galway clubs will contest the Connacht Junior Cup and Shield finals at Eamonn Deacy Park on Sunday. On a weekend that will bring a finale to the local and provincial action, West United and...
The St Joseph’s College (the Bish) squad which captured the FAI First Year Schools’ Cup last week. Back row, from left: Kyle Lamb, Ciaran Kinsella, Adam White, Rory O’Brien, Liam Melody, Daithi Killilea, James Egan, Darragh O’Leary, Darragh O’Malley, Conall Gallagher, Jake Fahy, and Ruaidhri Forde. Front: Ronan Bambara, Harry Brown, Luke O’Gorman, Churchill Imudeia, Gary Higgins (captain), Michael O’Connor, Michael Moughan, Keane Griffin, Caleb Glavee, Oisin Keane, and Dylan Rowan.

Bish boys come up trumps

St Joseph’s College 3 Wexford CBS  0 ST Joseph’s College (the Bish) claimed the Bank of Ireland FAI Schools First Year Boys National Cup title last Wednesday with a comprehensive victory over newcomers Wexford CBS in...

Faherty’s late goal grabs vital win for United

Galway United 2 Finn Harps 1 A Vinny Faherty header two minutes into injury time sealed just a second win of the season for Galway United at Eamonn Deacy Park last Friday night that finally lifted...


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