The Salthill Devon side which captured the SFAI U-16 Cup in Cork last weekend. Back row, from left: Joe Tracey (assistant manager), Luke Brennan, Macron Kenny, Louis Corrs, Rory O’Brien, Andreas Fernandez, James Busari, Ben O’Malley, Ryan Kavanagh Joe Murray, and John ‘Jumbo’ Brennan (manager). Front: Jay Martyn, Andrew Sherlock, Callum Loomes, Shane Befuela, Uyi Uyiosa, Aaron Dossen, Leo Byrne, Harry Brown, and Sean Flaherty. Photo: Michael P Ryan/Sportsfile.

Busari, Fernandez and Flaherty score as Salthill Devon capture SFAI U-16 Cup

Midleton FC 1 Salthill Devon 3 Salthill Devon made history in Turners Cross last weekend when they captured the SFAI U-16 Cup title. Salthill and Midleton looked focused but both started very nervously. As the game settled down...
The Salthill Devon squad that was crowned U-16 Western Region winners. Back row, from left: Emma Post, Meadhbh Dirrane, Anna Costello, Mary Rooney, Peggy Ford, Alex Shepard, Maria Costello, Saoirse Burke, and Ivana Lally. Front: Kate Thompson, Aoibhin McDonnell, Caoimhe NicAodha, Camille Keane (captain) Ailish McDonnell, Elisha Bohan, Alisha Meehan, Hannah Glynn, and Emily Fitzgerald.

Devon are crowned U-16 West Region champions

Salthill Devon 2 Mervue United 1 Salthill Devon captured the U-16 Western Regional Cup last Sunday when defeating city rivals Mervue United on a sun-drenched afternoon in Eamonn Deacy Park. It was a tightly fought game, but it was Devon...
The Knocknacarra FC team beaten in the Division 2 title play-off. Back row, from left: Robert Shaw, Sean Cavanagh, Sean Keane, Ciaran O'Dwyer, Angus McDonnachada and Davey Knight. Front: Liam Keady, Alan Kilkelly, Alan Shaughnessy. Husan Sahid, Eddie Bennett and Dragan Calic. Photos: Joe O'Shaughnessy.

Knocknacarra lose play-off but plenty still to play for

Knocknacarra might have lost a play-off for the Division 2 title last Saturday, but they were already guaranteed promotion and in a good season they have already collected silverware when they defeated Dynamo Blues...
Galway need to ease the scoring burden on Shane Walsh, who accounted for almost half of their scores against London.

Walsh calls for greater scoring return from players

Galway boss Kevin Walsh says a Galway victory against Sligo in Markievicz Park on Sunday is not a foregone conclusion, and has called on his players to be more clinical in front of the...
The Medtronic squad which won the All-Ireland Interfirms Senior Gaelic football title. Back row, from left: Cormac Ó Conaire, David Hogan, Dylan Canny, Cathal Newall, Keith Murphy, Enda Mullarkey, David Donnellan, and David Walsh. Front: Micháel Lundy, Patrick Doherty, David Hehir, Karl Dooher, Barry O’Donovan, Conor Cunningham, Arron McHugh, Michael Faragher, and Adrian Ward.

Medtronic claim a second interfirms All-Ireland title

Medtronic (Galway) 3-23       Ardboe Coldstore (Tyrone) 1-16 Medtronic’s senior Gaelic footballers were crowned All-Ireland champions for a second time on Saturday when they defeated Ardboe Coldstore from Tyrone in the final which was played in Michael...
Galway manager Micheal Donoghue before the start of the Leinster Championship game with Carlow in Pearse Stadium last weekend. Photo: Joe O'Shaughnessy.

Donoghue disappointed with aspects of performance but game will stand to side

Although disappointed with various aspects of Galway’s play, senior hurling manager Micheal Donoghue said his players were only human and that they needed a competitive fixture of this nature to get their championship up-and-running. “It...


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