GCH's 4x400m U17 relay gold medalists at the National Juvenile Track & Field finals in Tullamore, from left: Samuel Madden, Jonathan McGrath, Robert McDonnell and Eoghan Jennings.

Strong show by Galway’s relay teams at juvenile track & field

DAY two of the National Juvenile Track and Field championship was held in Tullamore on Sunday last, and featured the relays at U12 to U19 level, and the Juvenile B Championships. The events saw...
Galway's Tom Flynn who will be a key figure in their bid to topple Kerry in the first round of the Super 8s at Croke Park on Sunday

Tribesmen bidding to record first championship win over Kerry since 1965

IT’S now close on 53 years since Galway last beat Kerry in the senior football championship when they lowered the colours of the Kingdom in the All-Ireland series for the third year in a...
Galway United's Gary Shanahan on the attack against Athlone Town during Friday night's First Division tie at Eamonn Deacy Park. Photos: Joe O'Shaughnessy.

Show is back on the road as positive United stop the rot

Galway United 4 Athlone Town   1 JOB done, the show is back on the road, and the play-offs are back on the horizon after Alan Murphy marked his first game as United manager with a...
A proud four-year-old Jamie Tuohey with Galway players, his dad Adrian, Conor Whelan, Joe Canning, Gearóid McInerney and captain David Burke after they defeated Kilkenny in Sunday's Leinster hurling final replay at Semple Stadium. Photo: Joe O'Shaughnessy.

Early blitz from All-Ireland champs lays foundation for terrific replay win

WITH this year’s Leinster final now consigned away to the history books and the Bob O’Keefe Cup returned safely west of the Shannon, the Galway hurlers find themselves in the dream position of looking...
Galway defender Mark Hughes on the ball during the Leinster Under 21 hurling final in Portlaoise on Wednesday evening. Photo: Joe Keane.

Bleahene blasts Galway to U-21 glory in thrilling provincial final

Galway 4-21 Wexford 2-26 (After Extra-Time) SLIEVE Bloom mountain was not the only stretch on fire last Wednesday evening. For not far from its foothills, in the swarth of O’Moore Park, Portlaoise, an inferno of a different...
Galway attacker Dean Reilly breaking away from Limerick's Ben Herlihy during Sunday's All-Ireland minor hurling round-robin quarter-final clash at Semple Stadium. Photos: Joe O'Shaughnessy.

Galway’s defence of minor title gets off to flying start

Galway 1-20 Limerick 0-12 IT’S an all-new minor championship and an all new minor team but this year’s crop of Galway underage stars picked up where last year’s talented squad left off with a comprehensive 11-point...


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