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The Sporting Year of 2021
The European Super Soccer League was announced on Sunday April 19. It would be the Bees Knees, the Cat’s Pyjamas, the last word, and whatever you’re having yourself. But it was dead and buried by Wednesday April 21 thanks to the vocal fury of the English fans and even Boris helped save the day! And then the American owners started issuing apologies, pathetic. Relegation, yea, there’s an idea.
The sportling life of 2021
The Galway Camogie team received 12 nominations for this year’s All Stars. Congrats to Sarah Healy, Shauna Healy, Sarah Dervan, Dervla Higgins, Caitriona Cormican, Siobhán Gardiner, Emma Helebert, Niamh Kilkenny, Aoife Donohue, Siobhán McGrath, Orlaith McGrath, and Ailish O’Reilly. And the Galway manager Cathal Murray has been named the Manager of the Year. A mighty year’s work.
Athenry setting a good standard in Galway FA premier division says West boss Grant
West United manager William Grant believes the Galway FA premier division title will be retained by Athenry.
Byrne still passionate about the game
John Byrne’s face creases into a smile when recalling the magic of it all. The times were simple, but the game always mattered. In the Byrne household on Henry Street two prized possessions existed.
West United stalwart Michael O'Connor still enjoying the game
Galway football is sprinkled with unsung heroes, who kept the game alive in various pockets of the city and county. In town, though, for decades a familiar sight was Michael O’Connor cycling or walking along the streets with budding players getting ready for training or a match.
Teenager Brann making an impact as a goalkeeper and referee
It has been an interesting spell for Galway United U19 goalkeeper Conor Brann. In the reckoning for a talented Republic of Ireland U19 squad, Brann made a significant impression with Brendan O’Connor’s outfit throughout this year.
Local connection key for passionate United supporter Dolan
Three decades later musician Eoin Dolan remains a believer that Galway United can finally deliver on its considerable promise.
'Rebel Heart' book to be launched by Caulfield
Galway United manager John Caulfield will launch his book ‘Rebel Heart’ on the banks of the Lee this evening.
United must remain relevant
Last Sunday week when Noel Connolly turned off the lights at Eamonn Deacy Park another SSE Airtricity League campaign concluded on the banks of the Corrib.
All You Need to Know about the Irish Football Manager eSports Tournament
There’s a new team in town, and they are taking the beautiful game online. The Irish FA eCup FIFA 21 tournament is the hottest new competition to watch, with the best of the best competing to show the players on the field how it’s really done.