Galway head south hurting from Shel’s defeat

GALWAY ADVERTISER, April 17, 2014

Galway FC make the long trek to Ferrycarrig Park tomorrow for an SSE Airtricity League first division encounter with Wexford Youths, who currently occupy second place in the table.

Wexford have made an encouraging start to the campaign, winning three of their six matches, and Galway boss Tommy Dunne is expecting a difficult contest in the southeast.

Healy and Tannion still doubtful as Galway face in-form Cats

GALWAY ADVERTISER, April 17, 2014

The Galway senior hurlers and their loyal supporters will head down the motorway from Gort this Sunday morning to face Kilkenny in the league semi-final at the Gaelic Grounds in Limerick (2pm).

The game is part of an attractive double-header that also sees Clare face Tipperary in the other semi-final at 4pm.

Medtronic advance to All Ireland final

GALWAY ADVERTISER, April 17, 2014

Medtronic footballers have qualified for the All Ireland senior interfirms football championship final for the first time when they had three points to spare over Mountjoy PO in the semi-final at the Na Fianna GAA Grounds in Dublin.

In another impressive performance from the Galway men, who won the All Ireland junior title two years ago, Medtronic had many heroes in this 0-15 to 1-9 win, including goalkeeper David Morris, who saved two penalty kicks, Ger Cafferty and Enda Mullarkey in defence, Luke Tierney, who put in a solid shift in the centre, and Barry O 'Donavan, Cian Mimnagh and Keith Murphy who pulled the strings in attack.

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