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Footballers seek to build winning momentum against Westmeath

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The Galway footballers will head to Cusack Park in Mullingar on Sunday in good spirits to take on Westmeath (2pm) in the second round of the National Football League.

Galway-based Medtech start up Embo Medical secures €3 million investment

Embo Medical, an early stage medical device company based in NUI Galway’s Business Innovation Centre and focused on developing technology to shut down blood flow in blood vessels, has secured €3 million in seed-funding.

Galway footballers face tough opening test away to the Royals

Honesty is the best policy. And to that end, it is fair to say that many Galway football supporters are a tad apprehensive about the National Football League season ahead.

Galway senior football qualifiers this weekend

Salthill-Knocknacarra v Micheal Breathnach

Carna-Caiseal stun Salthill for championship win

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Carna-Caiseal produced a terrific performance last weekend to defeat the current county champions Salthill/Knocknacarra at Pearse stadium by 2-6 to 0-11.

Mayo in a different class to shambolic Galway

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Strolling up Rockbarton Park last Sunday afternoon to Pearse Stadium, I met Bosco McDermott and Liam Sammon.

Mayo in a different class to shambolic Galway

Strolling up Rockbarton Park last Sunday afternoon to Pearse Stadium, I met Bosco McDermott and Liam Sammon.

“I’m sure they’re planning an ambush in Salthill”- Horan

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All eyes on Sunday will be on a new look Mayo front six as the Connacht Championship throws in for another exciting instalment. Injuries have forced the hand of James Horan into lining out without what most people would say are four of his chosen starting forwards. While it’s good news that Alan Dillon and Andy Moran have made sufficient progress to take their places on the bench for Sunday, how match fit they are and what kind of impact they will be able to have after prolonged lay-offs is yet to be seen. The loss of Jason Doherty in recent times has added even more to Mayo’s problems up front along with loss of Michael Conroy a few weeks ago for a good portion of the early summer at least. Stepping into fill the gaps on Sunday are two championship debutants, Cathal Carolan and Darren Coen. While Carolan has got some inter-county miles under his belt in this year’s league campaign from the first Dublin game on, the only game time that Coen has seen in the senior side in the league this term has been a brief blood sub appearance on Leeside. Joining Cillian O’Connor and Kevin McLoughlin and the pair of debutants in attack is the experienced duo of Alan Freeman and Enda Varley.

Galway the underdogs as they welcome Mayo to Salthill

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If past performances are a good indicator of future performance – and they are – Mayo will beat Galway on Sunday at Pearse Stadium (4pm).

Conroy focusing on the team performance on Sunday

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Time moves swiftly at intercounty level. When a team is going badly, failing to get many championship outings and gone by early July year-in year-out, the summers trip over themselves.

 

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