Michael Moloney, General Manager of Galway Racecourse; with Joe Hennessy and Tim Higgins, CEO Tote Ireland; and Peter Allen, Chairman of the Galway Race Committee, at the The Dean Hotel, Dublin for the launch of the Galway Summer Racing Festival. Photos: Andrew Downes, xposure.

Galway again raises the bar for racing’s premier festival

JUST when you think that the annual Galway Summer Racing Festival can’t get any better, the launch of this year’s seven-day meeting has again raised the bar for the country’s most popular racing fixture. Increased...
Galway's Rebecca Hennelly who was on the scoresheet in their big championship win over Kilkenny in Bruff on Saturday.

Goals from Hanniffy and Kilkenny help Tribeswomen make short work of Limerick

Limerick 1-11 Galway 3-14 By Joel Slattery GALWAY sealed their place in the knock-out stages of the All-Ireland camogie championship after an impressive nine-point win over Limerick in Bruff on Saturday. The hosts, only managed 1-2 from play...
St Michaels Frank Daly puts in a challenge on Moycullen's Conor Bohan.

City side are Cooked by the accuracy of Moycullen man

Moycullen 3-15 St Michael’s 2-5 Moycullen got their 2018 Senior Championship campaign up and running over the weekend after they strolled to a comfortable win over St Micheal’s in Pearse Stadium. They scored two goals inside...
Galway captain, David Burke, feels that Kilkenny will fear playing his side this Sunday.

Burke says Kilkenny will be a formidable test, but Galway have belief to retain...

BY DECLAN ROONEY Despite earning just one win against Kilkenny in their last five meetings, Galway hurling captain David Burke thinks Brian Cody’s side now fear the men in maroon. Reigning All-Ireland and Leinster champions Galway...
Alan Murphy is a doubt for Friday night.

O’Connor says United fans deserve better from players

Galway United interim manager Gary O’Connor expects a vastly improved performance at Eamonn Deacy Park this Friday night when United host Shelbourne (7.45pm) in the side’s first game since the departure of Shane Keegan...
Haringey Cup champion, Gabriel Dossen.

Boxers pack a punch on the international stage

Two Galway boxers starred on the international stage in the past week, with Oughterard boxer Kieran Molloy (19) claiming bronze at prestigious Chemistry World Cup of Olympic Boxing in Germany; while Knocknacarra’s Gabriel Dossen...


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