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Alan Murphy signs new contract with Galway United

Alan Murphy has signed a contract extension with Galway United for the 2019 SSE Airtricity League season.

Double header in Kenny Park

Three of the county senior hurling quarter-finals are down for decision this weekend, along with the postponed preliminary quarter final between Gort and Clarinbridge.

Galway's young runners up for the challenge

Galway's promising young athletes are looking to shine on the national stage on Saturday at the Irish Life Health All Ireland Schools' Cross Country Championship.

MEDIEVAL TOURNAMENT MAKES A COMEBACK IN IRELAND!!

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Ten more chances to win All Ireland Final tickets on Friday night

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Mayo GAA are running a Friday Night bonus draw for 10 All Ireland Final tickets, the draw closes this Friday, September 8 at 10pm, with winners announced on Saturday, September 9.

Going for gold

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Can Galway get any better? Well now it seems so. Galway Gold has been launched ahead of Galway 2020, an initiative between Galway city pubs and Diageo, owner of Guinness, to help raise funds for the European Capital of Culture programme. The publicans of Galway, in partnership with the Guinness Brewers have decided to launch Guinness Golden Ale on draught in a select number of Galway pubs. Aptly named Galway Gold, this beer celebrates Galway’s successful bid and promotes the city as the best choice for European Capital of Culture 2020.

Galway prepare for Tipp

Galway are through to the senior camogie championship quarter-finals where they will face Tipperary in Semple Stadium on Saturday August 5.

Mannion’s ankle injury a major concern for final

Galway full forward Cathal Mannion underwent a scan last Monday on the ankle injury he suffered during the first half of the facile win over Offaly.

Footballers cannot afford to slip up against Down

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The Galway senior footballers will head up north on Saturday afternoon hoping to collect another two vital league points when they face Down in Páirc Esler on Sunday (3pm).

Galway Pride Festival to become 10 day event

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GALWAY'S ANNUAL gay pride festival will go on for three extra days with year, with organisers announcing that the festival, now in its 28th year, is to expand from a seven to 10-day event during August.

 

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