Matthew Lyons of Turloughmore takes aim as Athenry's Brandon Lee tries to block. Photos: Joe O'Shaughnessy.

Athenry impress as Turlough challenge collapses

Athenry 1-15 Turloughmore 2-2 There have been signs in the underage grades in recent times that Athenry hurling is stirring again, and yet another hint of this was their comprehensive county minor ‘A’ hurling championship semi-final...

Home draw leaves United’s destiny no longer in their own hands

Galway United 1 St Patrick’s Athletic 1 IT’S out of their own hands now, and favours will be needed from the likes of Cork City, Derry City or Drogheda United if Galway United are to retain...
Clarinbridge substitute Micheal Forde (20) celebrates with Liam Donoghue after scoring a goal during their County Junior B hurling final victory over Kinvara in Ballinderreen last Saturday. Photos: Joe O'Shaughnessy.

Substitute Forde finds the net twice to scuttle Kinvara hopes

Clarinbridge 2-9 Kinvara 2-5 TWO goals in the final quarter ensured Clarinbridge followed on from their 2013 Junior C success by adding the County Junior B hurling title last Saturday. Substitute Micheal Forde was the hero being...

Glenamaddy/Glinsk triumph in hard-fought U21 B football final

Glenamaddy/Glinsk  2-9 An Cheathru Rua  0-12 GOALS in either half from man of the match Micheal Heneghan and full-forward Jack Divilly secured Glenamaddy/Glinsk a famous win over An Cheathru Rua as the amalgamated outfit were crowned...

Sylane slump to heavy defeat against impressive Wexford men

St Mogues 0-18 Sylane 0-9 GALWAY’S long quest for an All-Ireland club junior hurling title continues after Sylane came up well short against St Mogues of Wexford in tough conditions at Parnell Park on Saturday. This All-Ireland...
The Galway Youth side which won 3-1 against the Combined Counties on Sunday. Back row, left to right: Niall Rooney, Dean Cullinane, Aaron Leggett, Troy Slattery, Francely Lomboto, James Cahalan. Front row: Paul Boyle, Conor Devlin, Mathew Barrett, Cian O'Toole (C), Graham Fallon.

Renmore still in driving seat thanks to late Boyle winner

Mervue United 3 Loughrea 2 WHEN Loughrea created something of shock with a 3-0 away win over second placed West United early in December, it was the first win for the newly promoted side in the...

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