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The Galway senior ladies football team meet Mayo on Sunday with both teams searching for their first win in this season’s league.
Greenfields Hockey Club easily accounted for Yeats County by 5-0 to win the Connacht Senior League and the Comer Cup for the third year in a row. The Galway champions will now represent the province in the Irish Hockey League wildcard play-offs in Dublin in May when they will compete against opposition from Leinster, Munster, and Ulster.
Galway ladies senior footballers take a rest from National League action this weekend before facing a crunch test against Mayo on March 6.
The Galway senior ladies, who opened their NFL account last weekend, will be looking to build on that performance when they face Kildare on Sunday (2pm) in Ballykelly, Monasterevin.
Greenfields Hockey Club continues to top the Connacht Senior League table after a narrow 1 - 0 victory over city rivals Galway 2 on Sunday.
Galway ladies face a second difficult tie at the start of the National Football League when they travel to face last year’s beaten All-Ireland finalists Tyrone.
January is always an interesting time to focus the mind for those with a sporting persuasion. The start of a New Year brings fresh possibilities and they are precisely what Dora Gorman is thinking about now. Sure 2010 was peppered with critical contests in World Cups, European Championships, and All Ireland minor finals, but when there is so much to look forward to the present matters a great deal.
Three first-half goals helped Greenfields Hockey Club overcome local rivals Galway 2nds by 4 - 1 in Dangan on Saturday.
Galway based charity Ability West – Éirim an Iarthair will hold a fundraising fashion event, Swap Til U Drop, on Wednesday November 3 in the Menlo Park Hotel, Galway, from 6.30pm.
Greenfields Hockey Club secured the points in this second fixture against local rivals NUIG at Dangan on Sunday.