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After a month without any football, Galway GAA supporters are eagerly looking forward to the beginning of the 2024 season which begins tomorrow (Friday) evening in the Connacht GAA dome against Andy Moran’s Leitrim at 7pm.
The colourful look back on the year of sport in Galway by Ralph O'Gorman has become an iconic part of the New Year's reflection on the event on and off the field and tracks over the past twelve months. Enjoy.
Congratulations to all of the U13 girls who participated in the LGFA Connaught blitz last weekend, at the Mayo GAA Centre of Excellence. Congratulations to the coaches and the coordinators for getting the team to this stage of development.
All-Ireland titles were hard to win this season, but the Galway girls lifted the doom with victory in the ZuCar All-Ireland U18 A Championship.
Galway have booked their quarter-final berth in the TG4 All-Ireland Senior Championship after a 4-10 to 3-4 victory away to Tipperary at Moyne Templetuohy GAA Grounds.
Two goals from Ailbhe Davoren and one from Kate Slevin in the final minute secured a six-point (3-11 to 1-11) opening day victory for Galway over Cork in the TG4 All-Ireland Senior Championship at Pearse Stadium in Salthill.
Summer is always a time of year that encourages us as individuals, families, and as a nation to undertake challenges we’ve often put on the long finger - helped by a more accommodating climate.
Galway's Alan Kerins features on the latest GAA Minor Moments podcast, which is running for ten weeks over the course of the Electric Ireland Camogie and GAA Minor Championships.
Sixty six years ago this week, on June 16 1957, Pearse Stadium opened.
The Galway Senior Camogie team made it three wins from three against Cork this year when they overcame their rivals in the opening round of the Glen Dimplex All Ireland Senior Camogie Championship on Saturday by 1-12 to 0-12.