Turloughmore players celebrate their victory in the John West Feile na nGael Division 1 final at St Finbarr's Togher, Cork on Sunday after overcoming Na Piarsaigh in the decider. Photos: Jim Coughlan.

Turlough’s rising stars power to Feile Division 1 glory again

Turloughmore 3-6 Na Piarsaigh 1-1 ONLY three teams have captured back-to-back National Feile na nGael titles and Turloughmore etched their way into the history books when they became the first Galway team to complete this outstanding...
Galway's Johnny Coen and Gearóid McInerney close in on Kilkenny's TJ Reid during Sunday's Leinster hurling championship clash at Parnell Park. Photo: Joe O'Shaughnessy.

Tribesmen are back in business after a stirring win over the Cats

Kilkenny 2-22 Galway 3-20 WHEN a team runs into form at the right time, they are dangerous . . . and Galway hurlers look like being the bolters from the pack this summer after a terrific...
Galway's Shane Walsh who should prove a thorn in the Roscommon defence at Pearse Stadium on Sunday.

On red alert for Rossies

WE are returning to the scene of the crime. A venue where Roscommon pulled off an unexpected and daring robbery in Galway’s own backyard two years ago. The Rossies are bound for Salthill again on...
The Kiltormer senior hurling team which won the club's first county title with victory over Killimordaly in 1976. Back row, left to right: Sean Kelly, Kieran Lynch, Frank Larkin, Sean Cormican, Tony Kilkenny, Tom Lynch, Paraic Glynn and Joe Hayes. Front row: Michael Hoare, Tony Furey, Tony Frehill, Andy Fenton, John Goode, Tony Kelly and Jackie Dervan.

Kiltormer GAA Club gears up to mark 50 years on the road

TWENTY-seven years on from winning the All-Ireland senior club hurling title, Kiltormer GAA Club will celebrate the golden jubilee of their founding with a weekend of celebrations which includes a ‘Up for the Match’...

Galway hooker to the fore in Ireland’s U-20 win

A Galway hooker helped to sink England at the U-20s Rugby World Cup in Argentina on Tuesday. Dylan Tierney-Martin (19), a past pupil of The Bish, was to the fore for Ireland in their 42-26...

City woman to represent Ireland at powerlifting event

A Galway City powerlifter, who decided to retire from rugby after suffering multiple concussions, will make her international debut when she competes in the IPF World Classic Powerlifting Championships in Helsingborg, Sweden this weekend. The...


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