Sublime Sice sinks Salthill

GARY Sice floored Salthill/Knocknacarra with a compete, clinical performance to guide Corofin to their 15th Galway senior football championship title. The Corofin wing-forward proved too hot to handle as he spearheaded...
Former All Black Mils Muliaina who will finally make his Connacht debut against Zebre in the Sportsground tonight.

Famed All Black Muliaina to make Connacht debut against Italian visitors

ORDINARILY, this clash has as much appeal as a soggy sandwich. Tonight’s (7.35pm) meeting with Zebre at the Sportsground is probably Connacht’s least attractive fixture of the season. The annual away clash with...
Sarsfields Kate Gallagher puts the pressure on Mullagh’s Patricia Manning during Saturday's Senior Camogie Championship Final at Duggan Park, Ballinasloe. Photos: Enda Noone.

Youthful Sarsfields seize the day by securing historic title

Sarsfields 1-13 Mullagh 1-8 TWENTY-seven years to the day that he captained his club to county senior hurling glory, Michael ‘Hopper’ McGrath oversaw an historic success last Saturday when Sarsfields were crowned  senior camogie champions for...
Connacht out half Jack Carty whose knee injury sustained against the Ospreys is not as serious as originally feared.

Connacht seeking maximun European points as hapless Italians roll into town

CONNACHT are on the cusp of writing another little piece of history. You wouldn’t think it, what with the doom and gloom that has descended on College Road due to poor league form, a rotten...
Corofin's Michael Farragher, in action against Barry Moran of Castlebar Mitchels, who will be central to the club's hopes of defeating Dr Crokes at the Gaelic Grounds on Saturday.

Corofin braced for mighty All-Ireland semi-final challenge against Dr Crokes

GALWAY and Connacht champions Corofin may be 60 minutes or so away from a second All-Ireland final appearance in three years but manager Kevin O’Brien says any talk beyond the 4pm throw-in at the...

Galway United captain Horgan apologies for “embarrassing” display

Cork City 4 Galway United 0 GALWAY United captain, Colm Horgan, has apologised to the club’s fans who travelled to Turners Cross on Friday night for his side’s performance, saying the players need to have “a...


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