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Galway Ladies enjoy a much-needed break before quarter-finals

Galway Ladies will enjoy a three-week break from competitive action to prepare for this season's 2019 TG4 All-Ireland Senior Ladies Football Championship quarter-finals.

Galway loss sets up do-or-die clash with Kerry for Westmeath

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Westmeath Ladies will need a victory against Kerry next weekend if they are to progress to this season’s 2019 TG4 All-Ireland Senior Championship quarter-finals after a crushing 2-13 to 1-3 point defeat at TEG Cusack Park

Tribeswomen reach first league final since 2015

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Another dominant performance this season has propelled Galway to a sixth Ladies Football League final, and their first in four years.

Big task ahead as Galway Ladies take on champions Dublin

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The Galway Ladies are in action this Saturday when they are up against Dublin in the eagerly anticipated All-Ireland semi-final in Hyde Park (4.30pm).

Minor footballers will need to be their best to defeat Donegal

Galway minor footballers will face impressive Ulster champions Donegal this Sunday in Croke Park (1.30pm) in the All-Ireland semi-final.

Minor footballers set up semi-final clash with Donegal

The Galway minor footballers secured a last four spot against Donegal in Croke Park on August 21 with a solid 3-10 to 0-12 victory over Laois in Tullamore last Saturday. Galway goalkeeper Cormac Haslam was in tremendous form for Stephen Joyce's charges and he made some top class saves to keep the O'Moore men at bay. It was fortunate for Galway that Haslam made those saves and that Laois were quite wasteful in front of goals or the game would have gone down right to the wire.

Dunne unhappy after United's 'worst performance'

Galway United manager Tommy Dunne, hugely disappointed to exit the FAI Cup following a tame defeat against Bohemians, is now hoping for a significant ‘improvement’ when the Tribesmen host Sligo Rovers in the SSE Aitricity League premier division at Eamonn Deacy Park on Sunday (3pm).

Coen points Mayo to victory

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A moment of quality in this contest saw Mayo claim their second Connacht junior title in as many years in Carrick-on-Shannon on Sunday afternoon. After a slow paced first half where Mayo went in leading by 0-5 to 0-4 thanks to the accuracy from Darren Coen’s placed balls, the second half had more excitement for the crowds who made their way to the Leitrim capital.

 

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