Search Results for 'Joe Bergin'

109 results found.

Hurlers face a step up in class

Following their facile win over Wexford last Sunday in Pearse Stadium, the Galway hurlers face Offaly in O’Connor Park in Tullamore at 1pm this Sunday.

Disjointed Galway seniors go down to Maughan’s NUIG

We decided last Sunday for a change of scenery to travel out the Curragh line and cut across via Belclare to Tuam Stadium rather than the usual N17 route, for the FBD clash between NUIG and Galway.

Joyce firepower eases Killererin into county final

We were not at all surprised last Saturday evening when it took extra-time to separate these two near neighbours in a keenly-fought and exciting county semi-final.

Killererin’s experience and guile difficult to beat

Mountbellew/Moylough v Killererin

Killererin and Mountbellew/Moylough end all square

image preview

Killererin 0-10

County football semi-finals at Tuam Stadium this Sunday

The last four teams left standing in the Claregalway Hotel Senior Football Championship take centre stage this Sunday in an attractive double header at Tuam stadium.

Golfing for autism in Ballinamere and Ferbane

The seventh annual Golfing for Autism will take place on Friday July 23 in Esker Hills Golf Club, Ballinamere, Co Offaly.

Three key battles on Sunday

Joe Bergin (Galway) v Tony Taylor (Sligo)If Michael Meehan does not start, then the experienced Joe Bergin will wear the captain’s armband. A powerful display by Bergin would go a long way towards inspiring Galway to victory. He was man of the match against Tyrone in the league and another display like that would be just what is needed this weekend.

Galway have it all to do to stop Sligo

image preview

Galway are fancied by most of the national media and pundits to defeat Sligo this Sunday in Pearse Stadium (2pm) and go on and win the Connacht title. However, it is not a sure bet, as Sligo will be coming to Galway full of confidence and belief, expecting victory.

Cullinane and Coyne dropped

In a surprise move the Galway management team has axed Claregalway's Barry Cullinane and Carna/Caisheal's Niall Coyne from the county panel.

 

Page generated in 0.0527 seconds.