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...
Football League tie at Tuam Stadium. Photo: Enda Noone.

Galway’s destiny in own hands as they head to Newry for difficult assignment

GALWAY might have mixed the good with the bad so far in their Division 2 National Football League campaign, but with the longer days almost upon us, the reality is that Kevin Walsh’s charges...
Galway's Ann Marie Starr comes under pressure from Kilkenny's Meighan Farrell during Sunday's National League semi-final at Semple Stadium. Photos: Tommy Dickson/Inpho.

Galway fall away late on as lively Cats hold all the aces

Kilkenny 1-14 Galway 0-11 AT face value, this was a disappointing exit for the Galway senior camogie team in Thurles last Sunday as their league ambitions ended tamely at the semi-final stage. Leading 0-9 to 1-4 at...
The Calasanctius College side which was Crowned All-Ireland U-14 A basketball champions last week. Back row, from left: Richard Burke (head coach), Ultan Fallon, Diarmuid O’Donoghue, Leslie Okafor, Roniel Oguekwe, Peter Kennelly, Jacob Rafferty-Green, Edgar Solsona (assistant coach), and Imelda Holland (manager). Front: Lee McGinley, Paul Carre O’Donnell, Ben Burke (captain) Evan O’Rourke, Oisin Holland, Eoin Ahearne, Conor McAnespie, and Evan Griffin.

Calasanctius College claim U-14 A Boys’ national title

Calasanctius College 35 Mercy Mounthawk 32 Calasanctius College, Oranmore, captured the Subway All-Ireland School’s U-14 A title last week with a thrilling win over Mercy Mounthawk from Tralee at the National Basketball Arena in Tallaght. The side, coached by Richard Burke and...

Galway United’s best display in years halts Cork City’s winning gallop

Galway United 1 Cork City 1 WHAT an absolute belting game of football that was. The fact that United ended City’s 12-game winning run might have been the thing that grabbed the headlines, but it should...
Galway’s Paul Conroy and Fiontan O Curraoin battle for midfield possession with Mayo's Tom Parsons and Diarmuid O'Connor in Sunday's Connacht semi-final. Photo: Enda Noone.

Tribesmen going places after holding off old foes

Positioned beside the exit door of the home dressing room in Pearse Stadium is a sign written in white letters against a maroon background. Above the Galway GAA crest, in large print, the ‘Team Galway’...


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