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Murphy needs United players to keep focus after cup exploits

Galway United are preparing for a busy weekend at Eamonn Deacy Park with two SSE Aitricity League first division fixtures at the Dyke Road venue.

United's endeavour rewarded with first round cup win

Buoyed by Sunday’s FAI Cup first round success, Galway United return to the capital tomorrow for an SSE Airtricity League first division encounter against Cabinteely at Stradbrook (7.45pm).

Town hit for five in midlands derby rout

 

United's young players deserve respect, not lambasting, says manager

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Galway United travel to City Calling Stadium on Saturday evening for an SSE Aitricity League first division encounter against Longford Town (7.30pm).

Heartbreak for Town after winning streak

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Captain O'Connor looking forward to getting back to the action

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After having to miss out on captaining Mayo in the championship for the first time against New York, due to injury, Diarmuid O'Connor is looking forward to getting back on the field tomorrow night against Roscommon.

Top Tips for Keeping Up with the League of Ireland in 2019

No matter which team you wish to choose to support, keeping up with the League of Ireland is a must for any football fan. If you are wanting to know how you will be the first to find out how your team performed in the latest match then keep on reading.

Top Tips for Keeping Up with the League of Ireland in 2019

No matter which team you wish to choose to support, keeping up with the League of Ireland is a must for any football fan. If you are wanting to know how you will be the first to find out how your team performed in the latest match then keep on reading.

New season, new coach, new players, but no Muldoon

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Connacht open the 2018/19 Guinness PRO14 Championship campaign with a host of changes, but what remains the overriding goal is to qualify for Champions Cup rugby next season.

Magnificent seven sees Mayo home

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A hat-trick of goals from Milly Sheridan helped Mayo claim the All-Ireland U14 B ladies football title after a goal fest in Ballinasloe.

 

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