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Galway WFC face Peamount on the double

Galway WFC return to Eamonn Deacy Park where they will host Peamount United on Sunday (2pm) in the National League.

Galway WFC head to Dublin with ‘renewed confidence’

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Boosted by an improved performance at the weekend, Galway WFC now head to Dublin in search of their first win of the season.

Galway WFC at home to Peamount on Sunday

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Galway WFC are in action this weekend in their home season opener against Dublin side Peamont United in Eamonn Deacy Park. Don O’Riordan’s side will be looking to get points on the board after their opening day defeat to UCD Waves last Sunday in Jackson Park.

Galway WFC to face UCD Waves

Galway WFC will travel to Dublin on Sunday August 24 on the opening day of the season to play UCD Waves in the WNL.

Internationals feature in Galway WDC’s final home game

Galway WFC host Peamount United in their final home league fixture of the season on Sunday in Eamonn Deacy Park (2pm).

Impressive Salthill Devon ladies advance to final

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Salthill Devon will take on former winners Peamount United in the WFAI senior final in Dublin later this month after an impressive 3 -1 semi-final victory over Kilmacrannan from Donegal.

Salthill Devon Ladies advance to last eight

Salthill Devon Ladies are through to the quarter-finals of the WFAI Senior Irish Cup and will meet competition favourites St Catherine’s from Dublin.

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•The annual Salthill-Knocknacarra Juvenile Hurling table quiz takes place in Sheridan’s bar, Knocknacarra on March 25 at 8pm. Tables of four cost €40 with prizes for first, second and third places. There will be a raffle on the night and finger food will be provided. All monies will go directly to the Salthill Knocknacarra juvenile hurling fund to assist with travel expenses, the provision of team gear, and the general running of the juvenile hurling club.

Stylish Salthill win FAI Intermediate Cup

An all-Galway FAI Cup final sprinkled with intriguing sub plots was always likely to capture the imagination. With so many decorated individuals involved there was no shortage of stimulating stories. Some had brought All Ireland Gaelic Football glory west, others graced the country’s emerald green shirt, several of the protagonists came within a whisker of attaining a berth in the second round of European competition, and the Mullins clan had a family member in each camp. It was one of those kind of emboldening occasions exposing what sport is all about.

 

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