Galway Sports Stars 2018 rowing award winner Aifric Keogh who is sparing no effort in her bid to qualify for the Tokyo Olympics.

World rowing finalist Keogh turns her sights to the Tokyo Olympics

Talking Sport with Stephen Glennon When Furbo’s Aifric Keogh and her rowing partner became the first Irish pair in their discipline to ever qualify for a World Championship final last September, they could be forgiven...
Loughrea man Patrick Hoban who scored 29 goals for Dundalk on their way to the Premier Division title last season.

Hitman Hoban proves star turn in Dundalk’s triumphant season

Talking Sport with Stephen Glennon IT says something about the impact Loughrea native and Dundalk FC forward Patrick Hoban had on the 2018 League of Ireland season that he is now being discussed as possibly...
For the month of December, if you get a haircut in any Fat Tony’s Barbershop, they will make a donation to the Pieta House Wren Run which takes place in Woodford on St. Stephen's Day. Pictured at the launch were, back row: Kevin McHugo, John McGuire (Fat Tony’s Barbershop), Joe Burke (Pieta House), David Burke, Damien Comer, Jason Flynn (all Galway GAA), Bundee Aki (Connacht & Irish Rugby) and Cathal O’Byrne. Front: Daire Curley (Fitness Athlete).

Whyte and Woodford geared up for big Wren Run on St Stephen’s day

Talking Sport with Stephen Glennon IF you want something done, ask a busy man and that adage would certainly apply to Tommy Larkins hurler Roderick Whyte – a man who is using his sporting connections...
Athenry FC player Gary Mullin who will captain the Ireland FootGolf team at the World Cup in Morocco next month.

Mullin set to skipper Irish FootGolf team at the upcoming World Cup

Talking Sport with Stephen Glennon ATHENRY FC player and top-ranking Irish FootGolf player Gary Mullin is to compete in his second World Cup in Morocco next month and, this time round, he has been handed...
Galway Volleyball Club’s men’s team which was formed this year. Back row: Woner Souza, Breno Castro, Anil Yadav, Marcin Tarnopolski, Antoine Tonsuso and Vincent Tiong. Front row: Lee Annand, Jan Hazincak, Sid Raizada and Josef Lumelay. Missing from the picture: Daniel Brzyszcz, Luke Uniacke, Padraig Flanagan, Mark Holohan and Mart Centino.

Enthusiastic Annand aims to spike interest in Galway Volleyball Club

Talking Sport with Stephen Glennon GALWAY Volleyball Club is growing. That is the message from Club Secretary and South African native Lee Annand, who is looking to further promote the sport and, hopefully, acquisition facilities...
Paul Kilgannon's book, Coaching Children in Sport, will be launched at the Claregalway Hotel on Friday, November 16,at 7pm.

Kilgannon has innovative approach when it comes to coaching children

Talking Sport with Stephen Glennon FOR a man being interviewed, coach and author Paul Kilgannon asks as many questions as he answers but, he explains, that is the nature of his debut book, ‘Coaching Children...


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