Thursday 30 March 2017
Croke Park to Killimor Cycle
Killimor GAA Club in association with Pieta House are undertaking a sponsored cycle from Croke Park to Killimor this Saturday 1 April. The purpose of the cycle is to raise awareness of the ‘Mind Your Men’ Pieta House campaign and help with club facility development costs. It is a mammoth undertaking which the club members have embraced with great enthusiasm. Leaving Croke Park at approximately 7.30am, the cyclists hope to reach home by early...read more...
All to play for
You do everything right and then one silly mistake and all the good work is undone. Enough about looking after herself for Mother’s Day, what if Galway footballers do the same on Sunday? You’d think nine points from twelve should be enough but if they fail to get at least a draw then that three point lead thrown away in Navan could bite them hard on the derriere. It would be a bitter pill if they don’t return to the top flight now for the first...read more...
United overcome Mayo League
United overcame a spirited Mayo League side on a perfect evening for football at Eamonn Deacy Park on Monday. After a quiet opening period, it was Mayo who had the first chance of note. On the quarter hour mark, James O’Donnell hit a well-placed free-kick over the wall and inside Ciaran Nugent’s near post, but it lacked the power to trouble the United netminder. Gary Shanahan provided a cross for Vinny Faherty, but his headed effort was always too...read more...
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