Saturday 02 July 2016
Galway hoping for fast start against Mayo
Sunday’s Connacht final will be the Galway ladies footballers’ first competitive match in 12 weeks. Galway played the last round of the League against Dublin on 10 April. Their opponents on Sunday and great rivals Mayo are slightly better off in this regard, losing the League final on 7 May to Cork. Galway have filled the intervening period with plenty of training sessions and challenge matches. Kilkerrin/Clonberne native Willie Ward was a...read more...
Encouraging performance from Galway United
Galway United came from behind against Bohemians with a Ryan Connolly screamer at Dalymount Park for a share of the spoils to kick off the second half of the season by climbing to fifth in the table. In the opening minutes Conor Winn was called upon to punch clear, but it was launched back in and Stephen Walsh needed to intervene on the line to keep the match scoreless. Six minutes in, Galway United had the ball in the net. Stephen Folan headed into the...read more...
Galway chasing silverware
It’s a busy week for Galway GAA. The minor footballers take on Roscommon tonight in Kiltoom for a place in the Connacht final whilst the intermediate hurlers do battle with Wexford in O’Moore Park in the Leinster semi final. The big one though is at Croke Park when the hurlers face Kilkenny. It’s fair to say no side will face the scrutiny this team will take after the coup d’état on Anthony Cunningham. Relegation from division one was no...read more...
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