Olympic Boxing's Club's Gabriel Dossen pictured with his gold medal after winning the U-22 National title at the National Stadium last weekend.

Galway boxers pack a punch in powering to National titles

OLYMPIC Boxing Club’s Gabriel Dossen had the distinction of winning the first Irish title of 2018 when he took the gold medal at 75kg at the U-22 national championships with a unanimous decision over...
The St Paul's, Oughterard basketball team which defeated St Vincent's, Castleknock (69-52) in the Subway All-Ireland Schools U19 B Cup Final at the National Basketball Areana in Tallaght last week. At rear, from left Luke McDonagh, Paul Kelly, Joseph O'Flaherty, Robert Gill, Kevin O'Toole, Conor Walsh, Luke O'Connor, Daniel Kenny, Ryan Monaghan, Cathal Walsh, Front row: Alan Kelly, Sam, Lawrence, Cian Monaghan, Caoin Forde, Matthew Tierney. Photos: Eoin Noonan/Sportsfile.

Kelly leads the way as St Paul’s win U19 title

St Paul’s, Oughterard 69 St Vincent’s, Castleknock 52 IT was a Paul Kelly masterclass at the National Basketball Arena in Tallaght as the talented Moycullen teenager drove his side home to a comprehensive 69-52 victory over...
Galway's Alanna Lally on her way to winning the U23 800m from Jenna Bromell of Emerald AC, Limerick, at the Irish Life Health National Indoor Junior and U23 Championships in Athlone IT on Sunday. Photo: Sam Barnes/Sportsfile.

GCH men’s team hope to make a big impact in Portugal

GALWAY City Harriers Junior men’s cross country team travel to Mira in Portugal for the European Clubs Championships which will be held on Sunday next on an historic first outing at European level for...
New Galway captain and Man of the Match Damien Comer takes on Tyrone’s Hugh Pat McGeary during Sunday's National Football League tie at Tuam Stadium. Photo: Enda Noone.

Galway turn their sights on Donegal after heartening league win over Tyrone

GALWAY footballers’ time to rest on their laurels after their first-round victory over Tyrone in Tuam on Sunday probably ended after their post-match meal that evening, and even by then, plans were already in-train...

Galway hurlers get major fright from rank outsiders

Galway 1-19 Antrim 1-16 IF Galway hurlers needed hard evidence that 2018 is about to present more exacting challenges than their all-conquering season of last year, they got it in spades against rank outsiders Antrim at...

Comer sets the tone as Galway tough it out against Tyrone

GALWAY 1-9 TYRONE 0-8 A GREY, squally and muddy afternoon in the closing days of January is a long way removed from the late Summer magic of Croke Park but when the pressure came on at...

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