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Bon Secours Senior Football Championship Round 1 Fixtures & Ticket Details

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.
 
 

Saturday 6th  August 

St James v An Cheathrú Rua, Indreabhán, 12.00 PM, purchase match tickets here

Tuam Stars v Naomh Anna, Leitir Móir, Clonbur, 4.00 PM, purchase match tickets here

Corofin v Oughterard, Pearse Stadium, 5:30pm, purchase match tickets here

St Michaels v Claregalway, Tuam Stadium, 6.00 PM, purchase match tickets here

Salthill-Knocknacarra v Barna, Pearse Stadium, 7:15PM,   purchase match tickets here

!!Please note this Important Information relating to the Pearse Stadium Double Header on Saturday

The Streets of Galway 8km road race is scheduled to begin at Ravens Terrace at 7pm on Saturday the 6th of August 2022. 

The route goes across Dr Mannix Road and on to Rockbarton Road, via the Pearse Stadium (5km mark). The first runners will reach this point at approximately 19:15hrs with the bulk of the entrants passing this point at 19:30hrs. The final runners/walkers will pass Pearse Stadium at approximately 20:00hrs.

The Gardaí will be road closures along the route from 18:45 for the duration of the event. This will cause some disruption to patrons travelling to Pearse Stadium for the second game.

Those attending the games are asked to approach Pearse Stadium via Quincentennial Bridge and Westside as opposed to coming through Galway City Centre. 

Limited parking will be available at the St. Enda's National School on Dr. Mannix Road, entry via Threadneedle Road only.

Patrons are asked to arrive early and to park responsibly. 

Please circulate to your members/supporters and thank you for your co-operation.!!

Sunday 7th  August  

Maigh Cuilinn v An Spidéal, Pearse Stadium, 1:30pm, purchase match tickets here

Killannin v Milltown, Pearse Stadium, 3:15pm, purchase match tickets here

Caherlistrane v Monivea-Abbey, Tuam Stadium, 4:15pm, purchase match tickets here

Mountbellew/Moylough v Annaghdown, Tuam Stadium, 6.00 PM, purchase match tickets here 

 

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, StreamSport.ie

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: https://page.inplayer.com/galwaygaa/

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.
 

FRIDAY July 29th FIXTURES

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

SATURDAY 30.7.2022 FIXTURES

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

 

SUNDAY 31.7.2022 FIXTURES 

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  

 

Pearse Stadium Logistics:

Standard match day cordon will be in place – only residents on streets including Dr Mannix Road/ Threadneedle/ Taylor’s Hill/ Devon Park/ Rosary Lane/ Leisureland/ Dalysfort – no buses up Dalysfort Road

Bus will come in Dr Mannix Road entrance. Likely Bothar na dTreabh, Quincentennial Bridge, onto Dr Mannix

Car park in St Enda’s & St Enda’s Secondary School 

 Blue Badge Parking – 6-8 at back of stand; once full go to St Enda’s NS. Wheelchair users can be accommodated inside Mojo barrier, or usual wheelchair area in stand.

 

 

By Cian O'Connell

Galway manager Pádraic Joyce is hopeful that an emerging crop of footballers can continue to make an impact for the maroon and white team.

Kerry eventually claimed All-Ireland SFC glory at Croke Park, but Joyce is hopeful about the future.

"The county needs to use as a springboard, there is a lot of good, ambitious young players in the group," Joyce says.

"And even our older players aren’t that old. We need to use it to come back stronger and see what departments we can get better in.

"Since December 8 last year, I started training these fellas and I can’t fault them for any bit of effort.

"They trained when they were supposed to train and played when they are supposed to play.

"They just fell short at the end of the day and it is a huge lesson for us, but we are using it as a springboard to create something special going forward."

Joyce praised the diligent manner in which his team performed throughout.

"I thought we played very, very well," Joyce remarked. "We played football to try to win the game, went in at half-time ahead, 8-7 I think.

"Credit has to go to our defence, Liam Silke was outstanding at centre-back, kept Sean O’Shea very, very quiet. Jack Glynn was immense on Paudie Clifford.

"We had a foothold in the game. I know we lost a few kick-outs and stuff, but we fought our way into the game. Shane [Walsh] was outstanding up front, kicked some great scores. In at half-time, 8-7, came out after the break I think Kerry came at us, went a couple of points up. We came back.

David Clifford converted a late pressure free from an acute angle to edge Kerry 0-17 to 0-16 in front and it was a defining moment in the game.

"Those frees are like tap-overs for the likes of Clifford," Joyce says. "It was a two-point swing for us, we had the momentum at that stage.

"I said to the players, to a man, I am really proud of them from where we have come from, where we were to where we are now as a group.

"The dressing-room in there is really hurting and I know everyone in the room, nobody gave us a chance in the match. We knew we had a great chance and bitterly disappointed that we had come so close."

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