Monthly Archive

June 2016

Galway Minor’s clinch Connacht Final spot

Galway 3-11 Roscommon 1-7 At Kiltoom this evening Galway minor footballers overcame Roscommon in the Connacht championship semi-final to book a final date with Mayo in Pearse Stadium on July 10th, this game had everything including a three black cards for the winners but it did not upset the Galway outfit who went in at the break leading by 2-7 to 0-2, and in part two would have to face into a tr... read more..

Connacht Final Tickets

CONNACHT GAA FOOTBALL CHAMPIONSHIP Sunday 10th July 2016 at Pearse Stadium, Galway Final: Connacht GAA Senior Football Championship 2pm: Galway v RoscommonFinal: Connacht GAA Minor Football Championship 11.45am: NB: Dul Isteach- Ticket Only ➢ Covered Seating(Reserved) €35➢ Sideline €25➢ Juveniles (U-16) €5➢ Students & OAP’s Full price must be paid.➢ Family Tickets avail... read more..

Connacht Final press meeting on Tuesday next

The Management of the Galway Senior Football team have organized a pre-Connacht Championship press meeting  for Tuesday next the 28th June 2016 at 11.00 am  in the GAA Centre, Loughgeorge. ... read more..

Galway send Mayo out of Connacht Football Championship

Galway 1-12 Mayo 0-12 At a wet McHale Park on a dull summer evening Galway created the shock of the season when defeating Mayo in the Connacht semi-final to book a final slot against Roscommon in Pearse Stadium on Sunday July 10th. The turning point of the game came with a Tom Flynn goal with fifteen minutes remaining to put the visitors in the driving seat thus ending Mayo’s dream of a six... read more..

Connach Football Championship semi-final

Old rivals Galway and Mayo will meet in the Connacht Football semi-final on Saturday next at Castlebar. The curtain raiser for the game will be a semi-final of the Leo Kenny Memorial Cup. CONNACHT GAA FOOTBALL CHAMPIONSHIP Saturday 18th June 2016Elvery’s MacHale Park Connacht GAA Senior Club Football 2016- Leo Kenny Memorial CupSemi-Final- Throw in: 4.45pmTeams TBC Connacht GAA Senior read more..

John West Féile Skills Star Challenge 2016

Under 14 Féile Peil na nÓg participant Cathal Fallon from Cill Choirin/Cluain Beirne GAA Club, being presented with a commemorative jersey by John West ambassadors, Philly McMahon, left, and Danny Sutcliffe, at the John West Féile National Skills Star Challenge 2016, in the National Games Development Centre, Abbotstown, Dublin. Under 14 Féile na nGael winner Eimear read more..

Games at 1916 Country Living Day in Athenry

PADRAIG PEARSES footballers played an 1916 rules exhibition game versus Athenry at the 1916 Commemorative event at Teagasc, Athenry recently. Pearses won by 2•0 to 1•0. Back: James Clancy, Leo Morrissey, Enda Cunni•e, Kevin Clancy, Tomás Kenny, Richie Lally, Emmet Ward, Tommy McDonagh, Noel Burke, Paul Lally; front: Seán Hardiman, Paddy Mahon, Alan Naughton, John Lal read more..

National Pitch Maintenance Education Day

The National Pitch Maintenance Work Group, ensuring pitches are maintained to the highest possible standards, are hosting a Provincial Education Day for all Clubs at -Connacht GAA Centre of Excellence, Knock, Co Mayo on Saturday 16th July, 2016This is a highly informative day on Pitch MaintenancePrior Registration vital: - This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. (Mobile 0879316687)Sign in 9 am to 1... read more..

Beagh win Kilbeacanty 7's

In another special and very competitive Kilbecanty’s sevens tournament Beagh have proved themselves to be the masters of the event winning the title for the second year in a row.Tubber, who were the beaten finalists were appearing in the final for the first time in the competitions history. The teams involved were Loughrea, Kinvara, St Thomas, Gort, Beagh, Tubber, Tommie Larkins, Ardrahan an... read more..

Galway ease into Leinster Semi-Final

Nothing lasting is ever gained from a hurling mismatch of this extent, Galway 3-27 Westmeath 0-19, and not even Galway’s flashes of brilliance could redeem it. The only consolation on a day of searing heat was it could have been the complete burnout. The game began with a burst of hard rain falling on Cusack Park, prompting supporters from both teams to up the umbrellas: that rain soon clea... read more..

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