Members of East Galway Hunt Pony Club in Ballinasloe enjoying their training at the local Showgrounds

Galway Pony Clubs on the rise again after period in doldrums

Talking Sport with Stephen Glennon Ater a fall-off in numbers participating in pony clubs during the economic downturn, the sport has begun to grow again much to the delight of those involved, particularly those engaged...
Galway's CPA representative Padraig Carr who is calling for more club championship games to be played during the summer months.

Club players’ anger over drought of summer championship action

Talking Sport with Stephen Glennon This year, more than ever, there has been a great deal of discontent in most quarters as to the lack of competitive games for club players during the Summer months...
Members of Galway Speeders who have been selected to represent Ireland at the IWAS International World Games in Athlone from June 30 to July 6. From left: Mark Henderson (Table Tennis), Caoimhe Folan (Table Tennis), Alicia Winter (Table Tennis), Sinead Keon (Athletics) and Shane Curran (Athletics). Photo: Joe O'Shaughnessy.

Shortage of swim coaches a big disability for promising athletes

Talking Sport with Stephen Glennon Five members of Galway Speeders, the group which promotes sports for children and young adults with a physical disability, will compete in the IWAS (International Wheelchair & Amputee Sports) World...
Galway City native Conor Hogan, who is undertaking a Phd degree study exploring the themes of friendship and empathy among juvenile members in the GAA and how these might influence policy within sporting associations going forward.

Friendship and empathy can help to create winning dressing room

Talking Sport with Stephen Glennon A Galway City man, who is currently carrying out a PhD degree study looking at the role friendships play in youth sports and, in particular, in the GAA, believes the...
Galway camogie player Siobhan Coen who is recovering from a second cruciate injury.

Coen determined to beat the odds after another cruciate injury blow

Talking Sport with Stephen Glennon THERE was a train of thought in some quarters when Ballinderreen’s Siobhan Coen burst on the inter-county scene a number of years ago that she could well be Galway’s answer...
Sligo footballer David Kelly who believes his native county face a massive challenge against Galway at Pearse Stadium on Sunday.

Kelly praying for Galway ‘off-day’ to boost Sligo’s hopes of shock

Talking Sport with Stephen Glennon Sligo sharpshooter David Kelly, who persecuted Galway in his county’s Connacht championship victories over the Tribesmen in 2010 and 2012, believes Kevin Walsh’s charge are a totally proposition these days...


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