Monthly Archive

August 2015

Galway Under 21's fail to Limerick

Limerick booked their place in a first Bord Gáis Energy All-Ireland U21 final since 2002 when they scored a six-point victory over Galway at Semple Stadium in Thurles.Senior panellist Tom Morrissey scored a crucial 49th minute goal to help the Treaty men through to a September 12 clash against Wexford.Morrissey somehow managed to find the net under intense pressure for the crucial scor... read more..

Galway into All-Ireland Hurling Final after epic game

Shane Moloney crowned an incredible debut for Galway with an injury-time match winning point as the Tribesmen returned to the All-Ireland hurling final in quite incredible fashion.The substitute was only on the field a matter of moments when he was wonderfully picked out by a long Joe Canning pass and split the posts for the game breaking score.The strike brought to an end a remarkable game that s... read more..

Jonathan is GPA Hurling 'Player of the Month'

Galway's Jonathan Glynn and Monaghan’s Conor McManus have been named the GAA/GPA Opel Players of the Month for July in hurling and football respectively. Both players were exceptional in what was a month of huge games for their counties. They saw off stiff competition to claim the accolades, which were awarded to them by the inter-country playing body in recognition for their outstanding co... read more..

Galway are crowned All-Ireland Intermediate Hurling Champions

Galway are All-Ireland Intermediate hurling champions for 2015 thanks to a strong second-half showing against Cork in the final at the Gaelic Grounds winning by 0-23 to 0-14.A closely contested first-half finished with the sides level on nine points apiece but it was all one-way traffic after the resumption as the Tribesmen seized control of proceedings.

The team in maroon and white, captained by... read more..

Galway Minors footballers beaten by Tipp

Galway 0-6 Tipperary 1-10 Galway failed in their bid to reach the All-Ireland Minor semi-final after going down to Tipperary in Tullamore this evening by seven points, missed chances before and after the break proved costly in the end, it was a very competitive game as both sides gave it their all but in the opening half both sides found it difficult to put scores on the board.  The firs read more..

Galway have no answers in final ten minutes

The scale of the win may have slightly flattered but there's no denying Donegal came good when it counted at Croke Park on Saturday to kill off Galway and secure their All-Ireland quarter-final place winning by 3-12 to 0-11.Leading by just three points with 10 minutes to go, it looked as if Donegal would have to draw on all their famed battling qualities to advance to a mouth watering match up wit... read more..

Galways Championship race Over

Galway 0-11 Donegal 3-12 Galway suffered their biggest defeat since the qualifiers began at the hands of Donegal in Croke Park on Saturday when they were beaten by ten points, but with ten minutes remaining the game was in the balance but then Michael Murphy went highest to palm a dropping ball towards Ryan McHugh who made no mistake as he finished to net and when Christy Toye added number three ... read more..

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