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Walsh and Warren vie for football vacancy

Killanin’s Kevin Walsh and Tuam’s Peter Warren are the only two names nominated by Galway football clubs for the position of Galway senior football manager.

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.

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.

Mayo and Galway greats join forces for pre-match event

Salthill-Knocknacarra GAA Club is hosting a special pre-match questions and answers session with former Galway and Mayo greats ahead of the eagerly-awaited provincial derby match.

Golf am-am for Galway football

The Galway Football Board will hold a golf am-am on Friday July 13 at Bearna Golf club.

The Galway Lions Club, a brief history

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Lions International is a worldwide organisation with more than one million members, united in their aims under the motto “We serve”. The Galway Lions Club was formed 40 years ago, and since then has been a very active group in helping the less fortunate members of our community. Essentially, what members do is very good work, and they enjoy doing it, but none of it would have been possible without the remarkably generous support of the general public.

Galway’s management merry-go-round keeps on turning

Paul Conroy was Galway’s All-Ireland minor winning captain in 2007. Next year in Division 2 of the National league, he will probably play county football under his fourth senior manager. He has already outstayed Liam Sammon who got two years (2008 and 2009), Joe Kernan (one year), and now Tomás Ó Flatharta (10 months).

Declan Meehan announces his retirement from inter-county football

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One of Galway’s best and favourite footballers for the past fifteen years, Declan Meehan announced his retirement on Tuesday night. He informed team manager Tomás Ó Flatharta of his decision at training in Loughgeorge.

Walsh tipped to replace Kernan

Galway are expected to beginthe hunt for their fourth football manager in five years following the expected end to Joe Kernan’s brief reign last evening.

 

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