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Republic of Ireland midfielder Stephen Hunt relishes his return to Galway tomorrow evening when Premiership club Hull City will play Galway United in a friendly game at Terryland Park. The game is part of United’s pre-season build up to the 2010 Eircom League season and will allow manager Sean Connor to run the rule over his new squad.
As the weeks roll by the margin for error diminishes, ensuring Galway United's season has entered a truly revealing phase. Now is the time to deliver. Positive results need to be accumulated fast and frequently, and tomorrow’s clash with Bray Wanderers at the Carlisle Grounds provides an ideal opportunity.
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It is all happening in Carlow as FC Carlow prepare to compete in the new FAI under 20 Eircom League of Ireland.
Every season a defining fixture arrives, and tomorrow evening in Ballybofey Galway United will sit an exacting exam. If relegation is to be avoided, United cannot afford to lose so delivering a substantial performance is the remit.
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FC Carlow will make a little piece of history this Sunday when they host Cobh Ramblers in their first ever under-20 Eircom League fixture.
FC Carlow secured a vital away point in their under-twenty Eircom league derby clash with Wexford Youths at Ferrycarrig Park on Sunday when they drew one all in a pulsating and entertaining game.
Drogheda United 1
The quest to win the elusive Oscar Traynor trophy begins again. The team Jimmy Nolan has assembled is representative of over 40 clubs in the county yet 10 minutes before kick-off you could count the number of spectators in Terryland Park on one hand. The numbers eventually swelled to maybe 60, but the question has to be asked – is anyone bothered about this once revered competition?