West United's James Ryan is challenged by Corrib Celtic's Sean O'Flaherty (left) and Stephen Moylan during the clubs' Premier Division clash at South Park. Photo: Joe O'Shaugghnessy.

Larkin’s late penalty proves a winner for Mervue United

Mervue United   4 St Bernard’s        3 St Bernard’s might be Premier Division champions, but as to be expected everyone wants to knock them off their pedestal and at Fahy’s Field on Sunday, two late...

Galway produce champion show in licking the Cats

Galway 1-22 Kilkenny 2-11 THERE were widespread expectations of a titanic battle on Sunday’s landmark occasion for the Leinster hurling championship at Pearse Stadium, but a few of us thought different and believed Galway had the...

Another slow start but Connacht still make play-offs

Connacht  20 Ospreys 24 In the end, the result here didn’t matter one iota. Had Connacht lost by 50 points - the Ospreys were almost half way there at the interval - Pat Lam’s men still...
County player Iarla Tannian who has been ruled out of Sunday's Galway senior hurling quarter-final against Beagh due to a bad finger injury.

Senior hurling title race finally resumes after Turloughmore appeal thrown out

EIGHT weeks after they drew their SHC quarter-final tie against Turloughmore, Ardrahan face the bizarre situation of ‘a replay’ against different opposition when they take on Beagh in the same stage of the competition...

Kennedy in sparkling form for Monivea/Abbey

Monivea/Abbey 2-10 St. Michael's 1-5 SECOND half goals from man of the match Craig Kennedy and substitute Brian Moran secured Monivea/Abbey the first brace of points on offer in their opening Group 4 senior football championship...
Galway's Louise Ward who has been ruled out of Sunday's National League ladies football semi-final against Dublin due to injury.

Ward ruled out of Galway’s league semi-final against the Dubs

THE Galway Senior Ladies Football team bids to reach the Lidl National League final for the first time since 2015 when they face reigning All-Ireland champions Dublin in Kinnegad on Sunday (3pm). Cork’s dominance of...

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