Search Results for 'Galway manager'

30 results found.

All to play for as Cork are next up for Galway hurlers

Having seen off Waterford last Sunday in some style, Galway still have a decent chance of claiming top spot in division 1A, and perhaps a place in a decider further down the road, when they travel to take on Cork in Páirc Uí Chaoimh on Sunday (1.45pm).

Improving Galway prepare for relegation play-off as Dubs too strong in the end

image preview

Galway footballers must now prepare for a relegation play-off against Monaghan in two weeks' time in this year's Allianz Football League.

O’Neill prepares Galway for battle against his native county

image preview

Galway manager Shane O'Neill will be hoping to prevail over his native county Limerick in Croke Park on Sunday to ensure a place in this year's hurling decider. And, he says, his side will need to up its game if Galway are to contest their 26th All Ireland final next month.

Galway progress to the semi-finals

image preview

Champions Galway bagged their third win in group one of Liberty Insurance All-Ireland Senior Camogie Championship to advance straight to the semi-final .

Galway camogie prepare for battle with Cork in bid to top group

image preview

All Ireland camogie champions Galway are preparing for a showdown with Cork when the two sides meet on Sunday in Pearse Stadium (2pm).

St Thomas remain favourites as revamped hurling championship begins

image preview

Competitive adult team sport thankfully returns to Galway for the first time since lockdown began as the revamped Brooks Group sponsored senior and intermediate hurling championships gets up and running with 19 games to be played over the weekend.

Conroy introduction steers Galway to victory as Meath relegated

Galway made it four wins from five league games with an unconvincing performance against the now relegated Meath team in Sunday's Allianz Football League's clash in Navan.

If last Sunday is anything to go by, strap yourself in for another roller coaster

image preview

If Mayo's opening game of 2020 is a sign of what we can expect for the rest of the season, then strap yourselves in, brace yourselves, we are in for one hell of a roller coaster ride.

Missed opportunities cost Galway as Dublin claim their three-in--row

image preview

A final score line of 2-3 to 0-4 makes for dour reading in an All-Ireland final, but on an enormous day for ladies' football, Dublin bagged their three-in-a-row, and Galway come out with their heads held high.

Galway keep three in-a-row dream alive

image preview

GALWAY 0-20

 

Page generated in 0.0480 seconds.