Adrian Morrissey of Liam Mellows comes under pressure from Craughwell's Adrian Cullinane and Matthew Freaney during Sunday's senior hurling championship tie at Kenny Park. Photo: Joe O'Shaughnessy.

County champions get defence of title off to perfect start against Craughwell

REIGNING senior hurling champions Liam Mellows showed no signs of having a post county final or, indeed, All-Ireland series hangover when they dispatched of recent bogey team Craughwell with some aplomb at Kenny Park,...
Galway United's Robbie Williams who has recovered from a calf injury and will line out against Wexford at Eamonn Deacy Park on Friday night.

Keegan setting sights on collecting full points against former club Wexford

IT is said that a change is as good as a rest: for Galway United, we’ll see if the opposite is true, that a rest is as good as a change, when they host...
Craig Ronaldson who scored the Connacht try in their heavy PRO 14 loss to the Ospreys.

Connacht are crushed

Ospreys 39 Connacht 10 SPORT can be unfathomable at times. Just how has this group of former winners of the competition become one of the league’s worst sides this season? After Friday’s one sided loss in...
The NUI Galway Senior Men’s side which completed a second intervarsities double in there years at the weekend. Back row, from left: Stephen O’Brien (Moycullen), Tomas Mitkus (unattached), Kenneth Hansberry (Maree), Paul Freeman (Moycullen), Joseph Tummon (Moycullen), Keegan Ryan (Titans), Tiernan Dempsey (Portlaoise Panthers, assistant coach), and Charlie Crowley (Maree, head coach). Front: David Naughton (Maree, assistant Coach), John Burke (Maree), Eoin Rockall (Maree), Kyle Cunningham (Moycullen), Connor Curran (Moycullen), Stephen Commins (Maree), Patrick Lyons (Moycullen), Seán Candon (Moycullen), and Mark Chambers (Sligo All-Stars).

Double joy for NUIG

NUI Galway’s senior men’s side completed the intervarsities double in Limerick at the weekend, adding the All-Ireland intervarsities crown to the league title they won last month to make it two League and Cup...

Galway ladies get job done in booking semi-final place

Galway 0-13 Westmeath 0-7 THEY made tough work of it but Galway won't mind as they secured their place in the Ladies National Football League semi-finals last Sunday. Strong finishes to both halves gave Stephen Glennon's charges...

Loughrea come out on top in derby clash

Loughrea 0-15 Mullagh 0-12 A tight contest between two close rivals eventually went Loughrea's way in a result that could have serious repercussions later in the season. These two clubs survived Senior A relegation ties in 2017...


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