Search Results for 'Graham'
12 results found.
Two Galway footballers have been shortlisted for the Footballer of the Year in the PwC All-Stars football nominations for 2022.
It may be a cliché but the old adage that the happiest days of our lives were the ones we spent at school would be true for most people. When we were in school, we probably thought that it was all lies, but later we gradually realised it was true. Life changes with time but memories of our school days remain the same all the time, days of laughter, smiles, great friendships, games in the school yard, no worries of bills, taxes or finances, desks with flip-tops and inkwells in the middle, heavy school bags, the glantóir, headline copies, the poems we learned, the sheer joy of the last day before the holidays, the imaginative excuses for being late … “The two wheels fell off me bicycle, sir”.
It was a heroic effort, but in the end Padraic Joyce’s Galway team succumbed to a late Kerry surge in the 2022 All-Ireland Football Championship final.
Right on cue, the drizzle started to fall as the final few moments of the Galway adventure came to a heartbreaking conclusion in Croke Park.
The Mayo tent was rolled up for another year, and another long winter of wondering and waiting will lie in store as a 71-years ticks into 72.
Mayo leave Croke Park with plenty of questions to be answered after Kerry saw them off at their ease in the National League Football Final.
Mayo go to Croke Park on Sunday, looking to claim a 13th National Football League title when they take on Kerry in the competition decider.
The torrential rain that poured down in the late afternoon in Tralee didn’t dampen the spirits of the large crowd who snaked along the outside of the ground in the effort to get a seat in the stand in Austin Stack Park.
Of all the things that make us nostalgic for home, food, particularly at Christmas, has the power to transport us to a time and place we love or miss.
That was a pretty depressing week for Irish football. Defeats to England (3-0) and Wales (1-0), and a dour 0-0 draw with Bulgaria, sees the Republic of Ireland slip further down the world rankings and into pot three for the December draw of the 2022 FIFA World Cup qualifiers.