Saturday 06 February 2016
Fine display from Galway WFC
Galway WFC turned in an excellent display in Dublin on Sunday defeating Peamount United 4-1 in their final Continental Tyres WNL Cup group game. Going into the game a draw would have been good enough for Peamount to progress but Galway knew that they needed nothing less than a win. Although Galway started the brighter they were rocked on 7 minutes when Claire Kinsella opened the scoring for the home side. To their credit Galway fought back and minutes...read more...
First League win
Galway began the Allianz League by picking up two away points in Portlaoise with a rare win over their hosts. Adrian Varley had the visitors 1-1 ahead after only five first half minutes and Eddie Hoare added a point before Laois scored their only point of the half from a Donal Kingston free after thirteen minutes. David Wynne, Damien Comer and Hoare added points to give Galway a 1-4 to 0-1 lead with fifteen minutes to go. A minute later Comer hit home...read more...
Bettor Not Lose Sarsfield chase final spot Sarsfield chase final spot
It certainly was a highly peculiar Galway Club Hurling Championship and now Sarsfield find themselves in the unusual position of being overwhelming favourites to make the club final on St Patrick’s Day. Opponents Cushendall have ten Ulster titles to their name yet shockingly have never made an All Ireland final. Many will simply point out and sneer, “Sure it’s only a hurling team from Antrim, what hope would they have?” Of course Ulster doesn’t...read more...
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