Johnny Coen of Galway and Diarmuid Byrnes of Limerick at the Galway and Limerick Allianz Hurling League Division 1B Round 5 Media Event at Loughrea. Photo by Brendan Moran/Sportsfile

2018A0616Galway shock the Kingdom after hectic finish in Austin Stack Park READ MORE
Shane Walsh of Galway in action against Ronan Shanahan of Kerry during the Allianz Football League Division 1 Round 4 match between Kerry and Galway at Austin Stack Park in Kerry. Photo by Diarmuid Greene/Sportsfile


Galway on course for promotion to Division 1 in clash with Limerick READ MORE
Gearóid McInerney of Galway in action against Conal Keaney of Dublin during the Allianz Hurling League Division 1B Round 4 match at Parnell Park. Photo by Daire Brennan/Sportsfile


Presentation College Athenry won the Connacht Post Primary Schools Senior A Hurling Title for the 9th time in the school’s history when defeating Gort Community School on a scoreline of 2-19 to 1-08. They now go on to play the All-Ireland Semi Final on the 19th March against either Midleton CBS or Kilkenny CBS.
Photo: Presentation College Athenry captain Conor Walsh receives the 'John Ryan Cup' from Conacht PPS Chairman Eamonn Veale following the Final. Photo: Joe Keane


Senior & Intermediate Football Championship Draws 2018




Tadhg Haran, who won a Leinster SHC medal with Galway in 2012, claimed the All-Ireland M Donnelly Poc Fada title.

Haran, a hurler with Liam Mellows Corribside, also played in the Galway SFC Final for Salthill-Knocknacarra against Corofin.

On a dramatic day on Annaverna Mountain with Laois' Eoin Reilly and Limerick's John Chawke also in the hunt.

Kilkenny goalkeeper Eoin Murphy, Clare's James McInerney and Brendan Cummins were also in the reckoning.

Galway's Susan Earner won the Camogie competition with Clare's Aine O'Loughlin second and Cork's Aoife Murray third.

In the Under 16 boys event Offaly's Cathal Kiely triumphed for the second year in a row, while Cork's Molly Lynch won the Under 16 Camogie event