Galway United's Conor Barry who will be hoping for a first home league win of the campaign against Drogheda Utd on Friday night.

Big chance for Galway United to get off the mark at home

GALWAY United’s First Division game away to Longford Town last Saturday night was postponed due to a waterlogged pitch – no date has yet been set for the refixture. Alan Murphy’s side will be back...
Corofin defender Kieran Molloy shows his delight after the All-Ireland Club football champions retained the Andy Merrigan Cup by overcoming Dr Crokes of Kerry at Croke Park on Sunday.

Out on their own

IF any team out there is plotting Corofin’s downfall next season, they better make sure it happens before the brilliant All-Ireland Club football champions get to Croke Park. In maintaining a perfect four from four...
Galway goalkeeper Fergal Flannery comes under pressure from Wexford's Lee Chin during Saturday's National Hurling League quarter-final at Pearse Stadium. Photo: Joe O'Shaughnessy.

In-form Galway hurlers and footballers facing ‘must-win’ league encounters

By Patrick Earley IT’S another Super Sunday of senior inter-county action for the Galway hurlers and footballers as Micheál Donoghue and Kevin Walsh’s sides travel to opposite ends of the country in search of places...
The Galway trained Presenting Percy whose performance in last Friday's Cheltenham Gold Cup was hampered by a parade-ring incident just before the race.

Parade ring mishap puts paid to Percy’s Cheltenham hopes

THEY travelled in their droves from Galway . . . hoping to see something which had never been done before at the Olympics of National Hunt racing. A few of them had never even set...
Galway's Brian Concannon tries to halt the progress of Wexford's Simon Donohoe during Saturday's National Hurling League quarter-final at Pearse Stadium. Photos: Joe O'Shaughnessy.

Galway in the league semi-finals as visitors take a nap

GALWAY 3-21          WEXFORD 3-11                    Kevin Egan at Pearse Stadium ONE of the most iconic photos in the history of sports photography is that of Muhammad Ali standing over Sonny Liston, taken in 1965 when his opponent went...
Micheál Burns of Dr. Crokes' is tackled by Corofin's Dylan Wall and Cathal Silke during Sunday's All-Ireland Club senior football final at Croke Park. Photo: Harry Murphy/Sportsfile

Corofin seal their place in history with another terrific final display

Corofin 2-16 Dr Crokes 0-10 Dara Bradley at Croke Park OKAY lads, you can stop looking now, we’ve found it: the best club football team ever. With respect to Tuam Stars and Ballinasloe’s St Grellan’s teams of yesteryear,...


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