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• Galway’s Greg Cunningham, who continues to impress at Manchester City, has agreed a new four-years deal at the club. The 19-years-old, who signed from Mervue United in 2007, made his Ireland debut in May and played for 30 minutes against Argentina last week. It has been an “ unbelievable year” for him, he says. “To get this new deal sorted and win my first full cap for my country has exceeded all my expectations. I’m delighted to have signed a new deal with City. Now I need to impress the manager as much as I can and get as much game time as I can, too.”
Having advanced to this year’s NFL final to be defeated by Cork, Galway had high hopes of overcoming a Kerry side that, after a poor league campaign, had been forced to come through the backdoor route.
Galway senior ladies footballers must step up a gear as they enter the All-Ireland series and a quarter-final fixture against Kerry on Saturday.
The Galway minor ladies, captained by Sarah Lynch, won the All-Ireland title at Ballymahon in Leitrim last Saturday, thanks to a comfortable and impressive victory over last year’s champions Donegal.
The Galway senior ladies football team will face Sligo in the Connacht senior final at 3.30pm in Tubbercurry this Sunday.
Salthill Devon Ladies enter new territory this weekend when they contest the FAI Umbro Women's Senior Challenge Cup final.
Salthill Devon will take on former winners Peamount United in the WFAI senior final in Dublin later this month after an impressive 3 -1 semi-final victory over Kilmacrannan from Donegal.
The Connacht Senior Ladies Football Championship final due to take place on Sunday between Galway and Sligo has been called off.
women’s team continue to upset the odds. Under the captaincy of Galway’s Dora Gorman, they defeated favourites Germany in the European Championships semi-final yesterday to become the first Irish team to qualify for a major finals in the women’s game.
Salthill Devon are looking forward to contesting thhe FAI Senior Ladies’ Cup semi-final later this month after an emphatic 4 - 0 victory over last year’s finalists St Catherine’s of Dublin on Sunday.