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Galway Ladies, unbeaten all season, claimed this year's NFL division two title to secure division one football next season.
Galway Ladies senior football team are one step away from division one football when they play Westmeath in the division two decider on Saturday in Parnell Park at 2pm.
Galway Ladies’ NFL campaign is up and running with a solid 1-12 to 0-6 victory over Down in Tuam Stadium on Sunday.
•The Galway Ladies are up and running this year in preparation for the forthcoming National League with hopes of promotion to division one. The ladies resumed training under manager Barry Downey after the Christmas break in preparation for the first game away to Kildare early next month. The Galway Ladies Football AGM takes place on Tuesday January 28 at 8pm. Venue to be confirmed.
Galway Ladies retained their Connacht crown with a deserved 0-16 to 1-9 victory over neighbours Mayo in Tuam Stadium on Sunday.
This time 12 months ago, the Galway ladies side staged an ultimate snatch and grab raid when they overturned a ten point deficit with 15 minutes left to claim the Connacht title in McHale Park. They outscored Mayo by 3-5 to 0-2 in that final quarter of an hour, to avenge a defeat handed out to them in the division two league final a few months previously. This Sunday, both sides will meet again in the provincial decider, this time with the Tribeswomen having home advantage in Tuam Stadium for the 4pm throw-in.
Galway and Mayo renew rivalries this weekend in provincial deciders at both senior and u-16 level.
As the Galway Ladies look towards preparing for championship season, manager Barry Downey remains postive despite his side’s disappointing loss in the National League division two final to Kerry on Sunday.
Galway came out on top by the narrowest of margins, 2-9 to 2-8, against Kildare in the Tesco Home Grown NFL semi-final in Banagher on Sunday.