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Sporting Year 2022

We lost Phelim Murphy on Friday June 10.

Support A Night For Ollie — and help injured sportsman

Well-known Galway sportsman Ollie Keogh was the victim of an unprovoked attack in the family home in August 2022. Ollie suffered life threatening injuries which left him in the Intensive Care Unit of University College Hospital. He will be off work as a self-employed musician for the foreseeable future and is faced with considerable medical costs.

United travel to the capital for FAI Cup clash

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An awkward away assignment against Bluebell United awaits for Galway United on Sunday afternoon with manager John Caulfield expecting a stern test at Tolka Park (3pm).

Collaborative approach key to development

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Though the Galway FA’s U16 team suffered a final defeat against Cork in Sunday’s inter-league final, significant progress has been made on and off the field of play.

Malone looking forward to western trip

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A lifetime spent in football has taught Joey Malone many lessons. More than three decades after guiding Galway United to a cherished FAI Cup success in 1991, Malone is well aware of the importance of that achievement.

FAI Cup first round draw

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Galway United will face an away clash against Bluebell United in the first round of the FAI Cup.

Appreciation for football being passed through the generations

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From a famous footballing family in Mervue, Ann Regan (Carr) continues to make a significant contribution to sport in the west of Ireland. This week in UL she is in charge of the Galway FA’s Gaynor Cup squad, who are eager to make an impact on the national stage.

Daniels still passionate about the Devon cause

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A lifetime spent with Salthill Devon means Ollie Daniels is fully aware that these are particularly sweet times.

Devon preparing for Connacht Junior Cup decider

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It has been a season packed with matches for Salthill Devon, but Vinny Faherty isn't complaining. The highly regarded former Galway United striker is relishing being back where it all started as Devon look to secure silverware in the closing weeks of a gruelling campaign.

Hectic month continues at Eamonn Deacy Park

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“We will exceed 40 at this stage,” says Eamonn Deacy Park stadium manager Noel Connolly about the volume of matches taking place at the venue in May.

 

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