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...
Galway United's Ronan Murray comes under pressure from Richie Purdy of Drogheda United during the clubs' Premier Divsion tie at Eamonn Deacy Park on Friday night. Photo: Joe O'Shaughnessy.

Galway Utd run out of ideas in disappointing home loss

Galway United 0 Drogheda United 1 A new season, but a case of the same old story in so many respects as Galway United suffered an opening night defeat to Drogheda United last Friday in a...
Galway's Frank Burke whose bid for Presidency of the GAA ended on the first count at the Association's Annual Congress last Friday night.

Galway go diplomatic to get fairer deal for hurling teams

GALWAY had two big battles to fight at the annual GAA Congress at Croke Park over the weekend – the first ended in a heavy defeat, while the second was abandoned due to the...
Galway defender Daithi Burke who will be hoping the Tribesmen can turn on the style against Laois at Pearse Stadium on Sunday.

Galway look to put Wexford defeat behind them in home clash with Laois

GALWAY senior hurlers – following their disheartening defeat to Wexford last day out – will look to get the show back on the road when they host Laois in their Division 1B National league...
Galway half forward Thomas Flynn is about to secure possession ahead of Clare's Cathal O'Connor during Sunday's National Football League tie at Pearse Stadium. Photo: Joe O'Shaughnessy.

Galway primed for tough away league tie as Meath try to restore some pride

AHEAD of a tricky National Football League clash against Meath in Navan on Sunday (2pm), and at the midway point of the campaign, it is perhaps timely to take stock of where Galway ‘are...

Youthful Sarsfields stand on the brink of camogie history

TWENTY-four years since their hurlers created history, a new generation of Sarsfields players arrive at Croke Park on Sunday (3.15pm) to take on Slaughtneil in the All-Ireland senior club camogie final. Twelve months ago, they...


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