No shadow boxing for Galway hurlers against Limerick

AS Galway senior hurlers head to the Gaelic Grounds on Sunday (3pm) for a National League showdown against Limerick, selector Francis Forde has admitted the Tribesmen are keen to win this one if only...
The Coláiste Iognáid side celebrate after retaining the Connacht Senior Schools' Cup in the Sportsground on Wednesday. Photos: INPHO/James Crombie.

Jes boys comfortably retain Senior Connacht Schools title

Coláiste Iognáid 13 Summerhill College 7 David Finn at the Sportsground Coláiste Iognáid remain top dogs in Connacht Senior schools’ rugby having overcome a spirited if limited Summerhill College, Sligo 13-7 in the Top Oil Senior Cup...
Galway’s Noreen Coen looks to get her shot away as Meath full-back moves in to block. Photos: Enda Noone.

Galway make hard work of seeing-off Meath challenge

Galway 3-15 Meath   1-5 The scoreline looked comfortable and semi-final qualification was secured, but this wasn’t an easy afternoon for the Galway senior camogie team last Sunday. Three second-half goals from Niamh Hanniffy, Laura Loughnane, and...
Galway Hibernians' Ronan Glynn gets in an attacking header in his club's Premier Division match with Athenry F.C. on Sunday. Watching the outcome are Athenry players Jamie O'Driscoll, Paddy Quinn, Declan Cullen, Dan Cunningham and (foreground) Gary O'Connell with Hibernian players Evan Deacy and Nathan Ward. Photos: Eirefoto.

West United hit the spot to progress in Connacht Cup

Goalkeeper Aaron Connolly provided most of the heroics for West United as the Premier Division side did just about enough to see off Maree/Oranmore 3-2 in a penalty shootout, after the sides had finished...
Galway will be looking to Damien Comer for some crucial scores on Sunday.

Gaelic footballers expected to return to winning ways against lowly Derry side

GALWAY footballers will get the chance to put their Division 2 promotion drive back on course at Tuam Stadium on Sunday (2pm) when they entertain a Derry team with just one win under their...
Galway United's Lee Grace and former United captain, Ryan Connolly, battle for possession in Eamonn Deacy Park on Monday night. Photo: Joe O'Shaughnessy.

Controversial goal condemns Tribesmen to another defeat

Galway United 1 Shamrock Rovers 2 Four games, three defeats, two goals scored, and one point collected – forget about performances or hard luck stories, it has been a rotten start to the season for Galway...


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