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Galway Women's FC is urging all supporters to support them on Saturday in their first final in the club's history.
In another attractive SSE Airtricity League premier division encounter, Galway United host table-toppers Cork City at Eamonn Deacy Park tomorrow (7.45pm).
Galway Women’s FC manager Billy Clery will be hoping to get his first league points when they return to league action in Eamonn Deacy Park on Saturday (6pm).
Galway based charity, Breast Cancer Research, are asking women nationwide to take part in this year’s Vhi Women’s Mini Marathon on Monday 5th June in support of Breast Cancer Research. It’s the biggest women's event of its kind in the world and you can walk, jog or run to take part and help raise awareness and funds for Breast Cancer Research.
Galway Women's WFC is hoping to appoint a new manager this month following the end of Don O'Riordan's tenure.
Galway WFC travel south to Cork in a rearranged fixture with Cork City in the Continental Tyres WNL, kicking off at 2pm in Bishopstown.
This year’s Claregalway Hotel Galway Senior and Intermediate Football dream teams were announced this week.
Galway Women's FC travel to Ferrycarriag Park on Sunday to take on holders Wexford Youths Women in FAI Continental Tyres Cup quarter-final ( 2pm).
Galway WFC players were part of a successful outing for the Republic of Ireland senior women’s side against Wales in Caerphilly, South Wales, which finished with an all-Galway WFC back four. Vaptain Méabh De Búrca, along with debutantes Shauna Fox, Chloe Moloney and Sadhbh Doyle, helped Ireland to a 2-1 victory with the aid of two late goals from Arsenal’s Katie McCabe.
Galway achieved an encouraging seven-point win over Dublin in Parnell Park, but it was not enough to book a place in this season's division one semi-finals of the National Football League.