⭐After a thrilling year of hurling action, Electric Ireland have announced the 2022 Electric Ireland GAA Minor Star Hurling Team of the Year!⭐
Galway have 3 Minor Star Award Winners!
Ardrahan GAA keeper Donagh Fahy played an instrumental role for his Galway side throughout the 2022 Electric Ireland GAA Minor Hurling Championship, pulling off numerous sublime saves this season, particularly in the All-Ireland Semi-Final.
Galway Minor Captain Rory Burke dominated the midfield throughout the season. The Oranmore Maree club man had the ability to drive lead his forward, as well as pass and shoot which  created a number of scoring chances for side and saw him score 3 points in the All-Ireland Quarter-Final.

Aaron Niland, of Clarinbridge GAA amassed 2-39 across 3 games, including 16 points in the All-Ireland Quarter-Final. His ability to score from play and from free’s proved to be invaluable for Galway GAA as he proved to be a handful for opposition defenders.

Congratulations to all three on their wonderful performances throughout the campaign and well deserved awards!

Galway GAA are delighted to announce that Live Streaming returns for this year’s Senior & Intermediate Club Hurling & Football Championships.

We welcome onboard our new Streaming Partner,

Live Streaming Pass Options:

  • Day Pass €10 – includes all games happening on the day of the purchased pass.
  • Hurling Season Pass* €120 – Includes all Hurling Games of the season.

  • Football Season Pass* €120 – Includes all Football games of the season.
    • *Season Pass option is excellent value at €5 per game.

Live Streaming Home Page:

How can I purchase the available passes?

To purchase the Day Pass €10, click on any game of the day you wish to purchase the pass for.

You can purchase the Hurling Season Pass €120, via the Hurling Season Pass Button on the Live Streaming Home Page.

You can purchase the Football Season Pass €120 via the Football Season Pass button on the Live Streaming home page.

How to watch after I purchase a pass?

By logging in with your account you will automatically gain access to all games included in your purchase pass. Simply click on the game you wish to watch and enjoy!


The Brooks Group sponsored Senior Hurling Championship kicks off this weekend & two double headers will be Live Streamed.



The Brooks Group Sponsored Senior & Intermediate Hurling Championships get underway this weekend. Ticketing Details for all fixtures below.

General Admission:  Purchase Match Tickets in advance online for €10 or pay €15 at the venue.

U16s Free of Charge and do not require a ticket.

If the game forms part of a double header the Match Ticket is valid for both games at the venue.


Brooks Senior B Hurling Championship 

St. Mary’s Athenry v Moycullen, Kenny Park, 7.15 PM, purchase match tickets here

Padraig Pearses v Mullagh, Duggan Park, 7.15 PM, purchase match tickets here

Brooks Intermediate Hurling Championship 

Sylane  v An Spidéal, Pearse Stadium, 7.15 PM, purchase match tickets here


Brooks Senior A Hurling Championship 

Gort v Cappataggle, Loughrea, 5.15 PM, purchase match tickets here

Clarinbridge v Killimordaly, Kenny Park, 5.45 PM, purchase match tickets here

Castlegar v Turloughmore, Pearse Stadium, 5.45 PM, purchase match tickets here

Loughrea v Tommy Larkins, Duggan Park, 7.45 PM, purchase match tickets here

Brooks Senior B Hurling Championship 

Portumna v Ahascragh/Fohenagh, Duggan Park 6 PM, purchase match tickets here 

Liam Mellows v Ardrahan, Kenny Park, 4 PM, purchase match tickets here

Brooks Intermediate Hurling Championship 

Kilbeacanty v Meelick-Eyrecourt, Loughrea, 3.30 PM, purchase match tickets here

Kinvara v Rahoon-Newcastle, Pearse Stadium 4 PM, purchase match tickets here



Brooks Senior A Hurling Championship 

St Thomas v Sarsfields, Kenny Park, 2.00 PM, purchase match tickets here

Brooks Senior B Hurling Championship 

Tynagh/Abbey-Duniry v Kilnadeema-Leitrim, Kenny Park, 3.45 PM, purchase match tickets here 

Brooks Intermediate Hurling Championship 

Castlegar v Killimor, Gort, 12 PM, purchase match tickets here

Kiltormer v Abbeyknockmoy, Duggan Park, 12 PM, purchase match tickets here

Annaghdown v Clarinbridge, Pearse Stadium, 12 PM, purchase match tickets here

Turloughmore v Ballinderreen, Gort, 1.45 PM, purchase match tickets here


Monday 1.8.2022 FIXTURE

Brooks Senior B Hurling Championship 

Beagh v Oranmore-Maree, Kenny Park, 5PM, purchase match tickets here

Brooks Senior A Hurling Championship 

Craughwell v Kilconieron, Loughrea, 5.00 PM, purchase match tickets here

Brooks Intermediate Hurling Championship 

Carnmore v Craughwell, Loughrea, 7.00 PM, purchase match tickets here  


By Cian O'Connell

Galway manager Henry Shefflin acknowledged Limerick as 'true champions' following a gripping All Ireland SHC semi-final at Croke Park.

Limerick eventually shrugged off Galway's spirited resistance in the closing stages to eke out a 0-27 to 1-21 win.

In the opening period Galway only registered 0-12 from 27 scoring chances. Galway did nudge in front early in the second half, but just couldn't generate sufficient momentum according to Sheflin.

"We couldn't seem to get that bit of momentum to get two or three points," Shefflin said after the game.

"When we got the goal maybe we went a couple of points ahead, but we never got that bit of a gap there.

"Our shooting efficiency levels let us down, we knew we would have to have a lot of shots from mid range. We knew that was going to be the case.

"Obviously you hope some of them go over. Then I think we coughed up a few silly points in the first half. All of those things come back to bite you a little bit."

Limerick substitute David Reidy was influential with Shefflin highlighting the depth of the Treaty panel.

"To be fair to Limerick they are true champions, we really went at them," he added.

"It was only that last phase - their bench made a bit of an impact, they pulled away a little bit.

"The shooting, and I haven't looked at the numbers yet because numbers don't matter when it is all over. I am sure the shooting efficiency will be low."

Despite suffering a harrowing defeat Shefflin was proud of Galway's gritty display.

"We speak a lot about - especially coming up against such hot favourites - about getting a performance," Shefflin reflected.

"I would have spoken about that myself. That is what was needed. Then you get the performance and you don't get the result. Sport is cruel and you feel the same gutted nature. It is very disappointing.

"You give it absolutely everything. Then it is just all over and you come up a bit short. There were a lot of what ifs and buts.

"From a management point of view and from a group point of view we said we wanted to do ourselves proud on the field today. I think we achieved that."

All Ireland Senior Hurling Championship semi-final

Limerick 0-27 Galway 1-21

By Cian O'Connell at Croke Park

A compelling contest unfolded at GAA headquarters as Limerick eventually prevailed. Just about.

Galway produced a display dripping with defiance, but Limerick had the depth to locate the answers.

Ultimately stern questions were posed by Henry Shefflin's admirably spirited outfit, but Limerick were able to absorb Galway's passionate performance.

In the dying stages when the issue was delicately poised Limerick substitute David Reidy flared to prominence nailing three crafty points.

That was what divided the teams at the end of an absorbing battle. Following a Munster final for the ages, Limerick had to demonstrate grit again.

At the end John Kiely punched the air in delight, fully aware that this was added to a growing list of satisfying triumphs.

Early on the evidence suggested Galway would be in for a demanding afternoon. Trailing 0-6 to 0-1 by the eight minute Galway had squandered a string of opportunities.

It was a theme of the first half, but so to was the gutsy manner in which Galway were competing.

The Tribesmen, though, prompted by Tom Monaghan and Ronan Glennon's industry and David Burke's guile, gradually came into the reckoning.

Padraic Mannion and Joseph Cooney were wholehearted too as Galway started to reduce the deficit.

Inevitably Limerick carried a potent threat with Aaron Gillane instrumental for the standard bearers.

Gillane and Kyle Hayes were causing plenty of bother as Limerick edged 0-13 to 0-9 clear in the 29th minute.

Conor Cooney subsequently converted a free with Cathal Mannion adding two from play as Galway trimmed the gap to the minimum.


Aaron Gillane, Limerick, and Daithí Burke, Galway, in action at Croke Park.
Aaron Gillane, Limerick, and Daithí Burke, Galway, in action at Croke Park.


Limerick finished the opening period strongly with Gillane drilling two scores either side of a Declan Hannon effort.

It meant the green and white side led by 0-16 to 0-12 at the turnaround. In the first 35 minutes Limerick's efficiency levels were crucial, registering 0-16 from 20 shots, while Galway only scored 0-12 from 27.

When the action recommenced Cathal Mannion rifled over a point before Brian Concannon plundered a 37th minute goal.

David Burke's pass was gathered by Concannon, who made the Limerick net dance. Joseph Cooney whipped over a gorgeous point and suddenly Galway were 1-14 to 0-16 in front.

Limerick were under duress, but they didn't panic. Diarmaid Byrnes was mining frees from distance as the game continued to ebb and flow.

A Tom Monaghan point steered Galway 1-19 to 0-21 ahead with nine minutes left. Cian Lynch was introduced, while his Patrickswell colleague Gillane levelled.

Reidy traded scores with Fintan Burke. Kyle Hayes guided Limerick into the lead. Conor Whelan restored parity again in the 66th minute.

Then Reidy returned to centre stage contributing two gorgeous points. Byrnes sealed the deal with a last gasp free.

An All Ireland decider against Kilkenny is next on the agenda for Limerick. Another challenge that will be embraced.

Scorers for Limerick: Aaron Gillane 0-8 (2fs), Diarmaid Byrnes 0-6 (6fs), Kyle Hayes and David Reidy 0-3 each, Séamus Flanagan 0-2, Barry Nash, Declan Hannon, William O'Donoghue, Gearóid Hegarty, and Tom Morrissey 0-1 each.

Scorers for Galway: Conor Cooney 0-5 (4fs), Cathal Mannion and Tom Monaghan 0-4 each, Brian Concannon 1-0, Conor Whelan, Ronan Glennon, and Pádraic Mannion (1f) 0-2 each, Joseph Cooney and Fintan Burke 0-1 ach.

Limerick: Nickie Quaid; Seán Finn, Mike Casey, Barry Nash; Diarmaid Byrnes, Declan Hannon, Dan Morrissey; William O'Donoghue, Darragh O'Donovan; Gearoid Hegarty, Kyle Hayes, Tom Morrissey; Aaron Gillane, Séamus Flanagan, Graeme Mulcahy.

Subs: Peter Casey for Mulcahy (55), Cian Lynch for T Morrissey (57), David Reidy for O'Donovan (61), Cathal O'Neill for Hegarty (62), Conor Boylan for Flanagan (67).

Galway: Eanna Murphy; Jack Grealish, Daithí Burke, Darren Morrissey; Joseph Cooney, Pádraic Mannion, Fintan Burke; Ronan Glennon, David Burke; Tom Monaghan, Conor Cooney, Jason Flynn; Conor Whelan, Brian Concannon, Cathal Mannion.

Subs: Cianan Fahy for Flynn (53), Johnny Coen for Glennon (64), Evan Niland for D Burke (67), Kevin Cooney for C Cooney (70+5).

Referee: Thomas Walsh (Waterford).

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