Flying the flag for their respective schools at the weekend in the All-Ireland Schools’ Cross Country Championships were, from left: Aoife King (Presentation College Headford), Eanna Folan (Coláiste na Coiribe), Gary Martyn (Galway Community College), James Frizzell (Claremorris), Michael Healy (the Bish), Barry Murphy (St Enda’s), and Cillian Jordan (St Enda’s).

Jordan runs his way onto Irish Schools’ Cross-Country team

The Irish Schools Cross country finals were held in Mallusk, Antrim, last Saturday, and many of Galway’s schools were represented on a tough and true cross country course. Cillian Jordan of St Enda’s finished a...

Walsh in top form as Galway finally clinch promotion

Galway  0-14 Kildare  0-13 GALWAY may have well and truly crawled over the finish line in the end, but the most important fact from Sunday’s slender victory over a second-string Kildare side was that promotion back...
Clarinbridge's Evan Niland breaking away from Carnmore's Matthew Moran and Kegan Fox during the clubs' county championship tie at Kenny Park on Saturday evening. Photos: Joe O'Sgaughnessy.

Clarinbridge go to town in big win over poor opponents

CLARINBRIDGE 1-27 CARNMORE 1-8 ANNIHILATION! That’s the word that springs to mind when describing this group clash. Clarinbridge produced a dominating display all over the field to ease to victory over Carnmore in front of a...
Galway's Joe Canning in action against Limerick in last month's league semi-final.

New hurling structure could finally see home championship games for Galway

New p12lans to restructure the inter-county hurling championships at minor, U-21 and senior could finally see the Tribesmen playing senior championship matches on home soil and the county’s minors and U-21 teams included in...

Slow-starting Galway United fall to poor home defeat

Galway United 1 Bohemians 2 THE midseason break kicks-in after this weekend’s series of fixtures in the League of Ireland, and it might be an idea for someone at Galway United to arrange a movie night...

Struggling United facing the drop after two more defeats

Galway United 1 Bray Wanderers 2 IT’S not that long ago since any game against Bray Wanderers was perceived as arguably the best opportunity to secure the easiest three points of the season, United having convincing...

BREAKING NEWS

Galway
broken clouds
4 ° C
4 °
4 °
86%
3.1kmh
75%
Sat
5 °
Sun
11 °
Mon
9 °
Tue
10 °
Wed
8 °