Galway United's Gary Shanahan tries to get the better of Sligo Rovers' Gary Boylan during Monday night's Premier Division tie at Eamonn Deacy Park. Photo: Joe O'Shaughnessy.

Utd still searching for first win after derby stalemate

Galway United  1 Sligo Rovers 1 THE 86th Connacht derby finished honours even in Eamonn Deacy Park on Monday night, but it was a result that really does little for either side in their bid to...
Claregalway's Barry Cullinane, who is a member of the Galway U-21 football management which has steered the team to Saturday's All-Ireland final against Dublin.

Galway selector Cullinane says focus is on producing big final performance

THERE was a sense of purpose about Galway as they convened at Loughgeorge last Saturday week prior to the All-Ireland U21 semi-final against Kerry. Players were nice and quiet during the pre-match meal. Upstairs at...
Corofin's Jason Leonard, Bernard Power, Ciaran Brady and Dylan Canney prepare for the Cup presdentation after winning the county title last year.

Challengers lined-up in bid to end Corofin’s drive-for-5

Reigning county and Connacht champions Corofin begin their bid for five successive county senior football titles – and their 19th in all – with a tricky assignment against Cortoon Shamrocks in the first round...
Tynagh/Abbey-Duniry’s Paul Killeen who will miss the rest of the year after sustaining a cruciate injury in Galway’s Leinster quarter final win over Dublin last Sunday.

Killer blow for Killeen

WITH the Galway senior hurlers having secured a Leinster semi-final berth with victory over Dublin last Sunday, focus returns to the club scene this Bank Holiday weekend for round three of the group stages...

Galway set to carry too much firepower for Wexford

THE biggest crowd to attend a Leinster hurling final in modern times is predicted for Croke Park on Sunday. Estimates of 50,000 are not being dismissed as high-flying Galway take on rejuvenated Wexford for...
Galway's Ailish Morrissey tussling for possession with Cork's Áine Keating during the All Ireland Ladies Football Under 6 A Final in Nenagh last Wednesday. Photos: Seb Daly/Sportsfile .

Talented u16s continue great run for Galway ladies football

Galway 3-15 Cork 2-11 GALWAY’S remarkable ladies football season achieved another landmark last Wednesday evening when they were crowned All-Ireland under 16 champions for the third time. Two first half Ailish Morrissey goals and a second half...


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