No contest as Galway girls are routed by the Rebels

Galway’s bid to claim a hat-trick of All-Ireland underage titles – having already triumphed in the U-14 and U-16 grades this Summer – was unceremoniously quashed by a Cork outfit who produced a devastating...
Galway's Damien Comer in action against Mayo's Tom Cunniffe during last year's Connacht semi-final at Pearse Stadium.

The Mayo View: Low profile Galway are dangerous foes

by Sean Rice in Ballinrobe HAVING watched Mayo win a record five Connacht titles in a row is it any wonder their rivals are growing restless. They might have failed to capitalise on unprecedented provincial success...
Danny Cummins who will play for the Galway football team against Donegal on Saturday

Footballers must play out of their skins against Donegal

It’s Race Week, and both the Galway senior football and hurling teams – as well as the minors in both codes – are still standing in their respective championships . . . success of...
Salthill-Knocknacarra's Robert Finnerty, Eoin O'Mahoney and Robert Butler surround Milltown's Brendan McGrath at Tuam Stadium last Sunday. Milltown, last year's smei-finalists, are now in relegation trouble.

Three of last year’s Galway football senior semi-finalists facing relegation battles

IN an amazing weekend of local football championship action which saw three of last year’s senior semi-finalists dumped into relegation, All-Ireland club champions Corofin had to use all of their guile to snatch victory...
An Cheathrú Rua's Liam Mac Donnacha comes under pressure from St. Michael's Peter Ruane during the clubs' championship clash at Pearse Stadium on Sunday.

Makeshift Michael’s are sent packing in tame exit

An Cheathru Rua 4:14 - St Michael's 1:3 AN Cheathrú Rua recorded an emphatic win over last year’s beaten finalists St. Michael’s in a one-sided contest at Pearse Stadium on Sunday. Oisin Ó Gríofa (2-5) put...
Galway football captain Paul Conroy believes Galway are better prepared than in 2008

Raising the bar for Galway football

The Galway senior footballers are ‘back in the big time’ where they belong – in an All-Ireland quarter-final at Croke Park. Galway reached the last eight after Saturday’s five-points qualifiers win over Tipperary in Tullamore...

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