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St Brigids seeking to regain Fahey Cup in Roscommon SFC showdown

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Seeking to attain their 17th senior football title, St Brigids will be hoping to winter the Fahey Cup within the clubhouse surrounds as they strive for final supremacy against current holders, Padraig Pearses, in Hyde Park, on Sunday (throw-in, 3pm).

Wolfe Tones, county football champions, 1936

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Now that GAA club games are being played again, we thought to show you the county champions of 1936, Wolfe Tones. They were a city based team who also won the championship in 1941 but after that they seemed to fade out. Another city team of the period, Galway Gaels, who were champions in 1930, also faded out in the 1940s. Maybe some of the members of both clubs joined Father Griffins which was founded in 1948.

More gold medals for Galway athletes at national championships

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There was yet more success for Galway athletes at the second weekend of action at the National Senior Track and Field Championships in Morton Stadium.

Cracker fixtures in camogie championship

The Galway Camogie championships hot up this weekend with four semi-finals down for decision.

GAA round-up; Athlone march on as Garrycastle surrender crown

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Athlone pulled off the upset of round as they downed Rosemount 2-11 to 1-10 at Hogan Park in Moate on Saturday evening in the Shay Murtagh Precast Senior Football Championship quarter-final.

Time for Galway United players to deliver

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Galway United’s disappointing SSE Airtricity League first division season continued last weekend with two defeats ensuring tomorrow’s Eamonn Deacy Park encounter against Bray Wanderers assumes added significance.

Fireworks expected as hurling championship hots up

The contenders for honours in the Brooks Group Senior Hurling Championship will have been whittled down to 12 teams by the time this weekend’s action concludes.

Round two throws up plenty of thrills

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It’s all to play for still in the Mayo Senior Football Championship after the second round of games over the weekend.

High stakes for hurling clubs

There was acute disappointment for hurling fans around the county when news filtered through on Tuesday evening that current outdoor gathering restrictions would be maintained for another three weeks at least, meaning the senior championship will have reached the knock-out stages before larger crowd numbers can even be contemplated.

Mayo GAA announces sponsorship agreements

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Mayo GAA this week announced a range of new and extended sponsorship agreements across both the county and club scene. 

 

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