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Golf am-am for Galway football

The Galway Football Board will hold a golf am-am on Friday July 13 at Bearna Golf club.

Family day at Pearse Stadium

Off-the-field entertainment, as well as football, will be provided at Pearse Stadium this Sunday.

Mulholland keeping an open mind

As expected Alan Mulholland was ratified as Galway senior manager by the Galway Football Board on Monday night.

Galway footballers and cancer charity join forces

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Galway footballers are backing efforts to promote cancer services in the west in a new deal to raise funds for both organisations.

Confusion reigns over new Galway football manager

As of yesterday afternoon there was still no white smoke from the powers that be in the Galway Football Board as to who will selected to manage the Galway footballers next season.

Walsh tipped to replace Kernan

Galway are expected to beginthe hunt for their fourth football manager in five years following the expected end to Joe Kernan’s brief reign last evening.

Feast of sport last weekend

It was not easy to get any work done around the house last weekend because of the feast of sport on TV. I have to compliment our terrestrial TV stations for the great coverage of both football and hurling games at this time of the year. They had TV cameras covering 13 championship matches last weekend which is quite incredible.

Galway minors hammered by Mayo

It is most unusual in any game to have a situation where almost all of the 15 starting players are absolutely disgusted with their own personal performance. However that happened last Sunday when the Galway minors got a right trimming from their Mayo counterparts.

Football review team hosts meeting tonight

A review of Galway football is currently being undertaken by a special task team appointed by the Galway Football Board.

Join past and present football stars in Tuam

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Galway’s Padraic Joyce, former All-Star Michael Donnellan, and a host of national football greats such as Kerry’s Seamus Moynihan, Armagh’s All-Ireland winning captain and current Kildare manager Kieran McGeeney, Kildare’s Glen Ryan, Anthony Rainbow, John Divilly David Heaney, Derek Savage, Conor Mortimer, Paul Clancy, Richie Fahey, and Maurice Sheridan will all be in action this Saturday at Tuam Stadium at 3pm when they take on the current Galway football panel in a charity game.


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