Monthly Archive

October 2017

Ballindereen win Intermediate Hurling Title and return to senior status

Edel Sylver presents the Mick Sylver Cup to joint Ballindeereen captains Robbie Lane and Conor Crotty following the County Intermediate Hurling Final with Michael Larkin Chairman of Galway Hurling Committee.  Sponsor Eoin Dobbin of McGettigan’s presents the man-of-the-match award to Ballindereen's Kevin Larkin following the County Intermediate Hurling Final. read more..

North GPC U-21 Draws

North Under- 21 Football Draws First named teams at home ‘A’ Semi-Finals Mountbellew-Moylough v Corofin or Oranmore Maree Caherlistrane v Claregalway Minor ‘B’ Quarter finals 1- Killererin v Williamstown 2- Menlough v Kilconly 3-St Gabriels v Glenamaddy 4- Headford V Milltown Semi-Finals: 2v4 and 1v3 read more..

Glorious Galway Book

At the recent launch of ‘Glorious Galway Book’ which is now on sale - Back Row: (left to right) Pat McDonagh Supermac’s, Michael Larkin Chairman Galway Hurling Committee, Pat Kearney Chairman of Galway County Board, Joe Keane PRO Galway Hurling Committee and Editor, Gerry Glynn KPW Printers, Michael Fahy Committee, Ruth Mulkerrins Committee and Seamus Finnerty PRO Galway County read more..


Claregalway advance to Intermediate Final after extra time

Claregalway 3-12 Kilkerrin-Clonberne 2-13 At Tuam Stadium this evening Claregalway advanced to the County Final after beating Kilkerrin-Clonberne after extra time by two points, the winners had wind advantage in the opening and went in at break leading by 0-10 to 1-2, Barry Goldrick shot five points with a brace from Sean Moran and a point each from Mark Rohan, Eoghan Commins and Conor Campbell c... read more..

Connacht Championship 2018 Draws

The  Connacht Senior Football  draws were made tonight and Galway and Mayo will meet for the third year in a row with the winners playing London or Sligo in the semi-final while the Connacht  champions  Roscommon will play Leitrim or New York in the other semi.... read more..

Buy a Plot' Launch

At Kilrickle  'Buy a Plot' launch  at the Loughrea Hotel and Spa were camogie players Ann Marie Hayes and Imelda Hobbins. read more..

David Burke delighted to see happiness in Galway

It was a September that started with Liam MacCarthy being hoisted high into the Dublin sky and a month that finished with further good news for Galway.GAA Special Congress brought further positivity for Galway with two home Championship games to be played at Pearse Stadium next summer. The maroon and white Under 21 team will compete in Leinster and there is a revamped All Ireland minor series.A read more..

Martán Ó Ciardha with his GWA Lifetime Achievement Award

Congratulations to well known Raidió na Gaeltachta Journalist Martán Ó Ciardha with his GWA Lifetime Achievement Award at the Gaelic Writers Association Awards 2017 in the Jackson Court Hotel. Photo by Piaras Ó Mídheach/Sportsfile read more..

GAA/GPA Player of the Month Award for Gearoid McInerney

Galway hurler Gearoid McInerney with his PwC GAA/GPA Player of the Month award for September in hurling, during a reception at PwC Offices, in Spencer Dock, Dublin. Photo by Brendan Moran/Sportsfile read more..

Darragh Frain Memorial Tournament

Miltown Under 11 football team that won the Darragh Frain Memorial Tournament hosted by St. James’ GAA Club in Mervue. Front Row: Cathal Tierney, Stephen Hannon, Darragh Costello, Gavin Burke, John Molloy, Eoin Larney, Mathew McDonagh, Seamus Kirrane. Middle Row: Jonathan Kenny, Sean Sexton, Darragh Brogan, Darragh Walsh, Andrew Kehoe, Evan Mannion, Aaron Connolly. Back Row: Anthony Coyne, read more..

Castlegar win County Minor A Hurling Title

Galway Hurling Committee chairman Michael Larkin presents the Fr. Griffin County Minor Hurling Cup to Castlegar captain Cathal Wall following his sides win in the Final at Kenny Park. read more..

Camogie County Final Presentations

Frank Duane presenting Bothar na Trá Captain Ailbhe O'Grady Corcoran with the County Under 16 B1 Camogie Cup. read more..

GAA/GPA Player of the Month Award for Conor Cooney

Marie Coady, Tax Partner, PwC, Paraic Duffy, GAA Director General, left, and Dermot Earley GPA Chief Executive, right, are pictured with Galway hurler Conor Cooney at the announcement of July and August’s PwC GAA/GPA Player of the Month Awards at a reception in PwC Offices, Dublin. Photo by Sam Barnes/Sportsfile read more..

Teams that participated in the Pat Dwyer (Senior) Hurling Blitz

The Tommy Larkins Team that participated in the Pat Dwyer (Senior) Under 10 Hurling Blitz Memorial Tournament hosted by Tynagh-Abbey /Duniry G.A.A. Club. Front Row: (left to right) Jamie Keon, Tomas Daniels, Cillian Daniels, Tomas Gorman, Adam Daniels, Oisin Donuhue, Jonathan Sheil. Back Row: (left to right) Cathal Hurley, Tomas Cunningham, Daragh Egan, Killian Power, Cathal Egan, Colm Kemp read more..


Juvenile Football Presentations

Peter Bane presents Kilconly captain Cian Davin with the County Under 14 Division 2A Football Cup. (Photo: John McManus) Padraic Neenan Sec. Coiste Peil na nÓg and Marcella Mullins presents the Man-of-the-Match-Award to Craughwell’s Lewis Ryan with captain Conor Trehy following the County Under 14 Division 3 Football Final. read more..

Bord Gáis Energy Under 21 Hurling Team of the Year Awards

In attendance at the Bord Gáis Energy Under 21 Hurling Team of the Year Awards at Croke Park are, back row from left, Galway’s Conor Whelan, Limerick’s Peter Casey, Limerick’s Ronan Lynch, Kilkenny’s Conor Delaney, Limerick’s Kyle Hayes, Limerick’s Cian Lynch, Cork’s Declan Dalton, Kilkenny’s Darren Brennan, Limerick’s Colin Ryan and K read more..

New Hurling Championship structures for 2018 - two home games guaranteed for Galway

A good day for Galway GAA in particular Galway Hurling, with the GAA Special Congress passing all three Motions in relation to the structures of the Inter-County Hurling Championships, all of which were endorsed by Galway. Motion 2 (Senior Championship) was passed with 62% of the vote in favour. This means that the All-Ireland Senior Hurling Championship will be restructured on a three-year trial... read more..

New Hurling Championship structures for 2018 - two home games guaranteed for Galway

A good day for Galway GAA in particular Galway Hurling, with the GAA Special Congress passing all three Motions in relation to the structures of the Inter-County Hurling Championships, all of which were endorsed by Galway. Motion 2 (Senior Championship) was passed with 62% of the vote in favour. This means that the All-Ireland Senior Hurling Championship will be restructured on a three-year trial... read more..

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