Monthly Archive

October 2015

Headford capture Under 21 B Football Cup

Inspirational performances from joint captains Michael Day and Alan Meenaghan led Headford to victory in the Under 21 B county football final.Meenaghan was his side’s main threat throughout, scoring 2-4 as well as setting up a number of other scores while county Under 21 midfielder Day gave an imperious performance around that sector.While five points separated them at full-time, the gap bet... read more..

Oranmore-Maree claim Minor B Football Title

Oranmore-Maree survived a spirited St. Michael's rally to claim the County Minor football B title at Tuam Stadium. A thrilling tussle featured a stirring St. Michael's revival as they fought from six points down to lead in the closing stages, but two late Oranmore-Maree goals sealed the deal.Michael's produced a brilliant burst in the second half keeping Oranmore-Maree scoreless for 21 minutes, bu... read more..

Galway reach Irish TV Masters Football Final

Galway will play Tyrone in this year's All-Ireland Masters Football Final. They overcame a strong Mayo side by 0-11 to 0-09 in their semi-final while opponents Tyrone beat Cavan by 2-12 to 1-10. The Final will be on November 7th. with the location and time to be confirmed. Photo: Mark Dempsey Irish TV, John Davin Tuam Stars, Colin Daly Killkerrin Clonberne, Ollie Hynes, and Tom Walsh Tuam Stars, ... read more..

Clifden win Junior Football Final replay

Clifden will be plying their trade at the Intermediate grade next year after they fought their way to a four point victory over St Gabriel’s in Junior County Final replay. Damien Joyce’s goal just 30 seconds into the second half powered the westerners in front and they lead from their to the finish.In the drawn game six days earlier, Barry Gibbons’ men had let a seven point lead ... read more..

County Football Final Preview

Corofin favourites for three in-a-row Mountbellew-Moylough aiming to end title drought since 1986 IT'S difficult to oppose the view that the Championship's two best teams remain standing as Corofin and Mountbellew-Moylough go head-to-head in Sunday afternoon's County Senior Football Championship final at Tuam Stadium. Corofin are back in yet another decider, not quite the unstoppable football t... read more..

Twelve Hurling All-Star nominations for Galway

The GAA, GPA and Opel have confirmed the nominations for the 2015 All-Star hurling awards with recent All-Ireland finalists Kilkenny and Galway leading the haul with 12 each.GoalkeepersColm Callanan (Galway), Eoin Murphy (Kilkenny), Darren Gleeson (Tipperary).DefendersDaithí Burke (Galway), Cillian Buckley (Kilkenny), Joey Holden (Kilkenny), Paul Murphy (Kilkenny), Pádraic Walsh (Kil... read more..

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