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It was always going to be a tough task for the Mayo hurlers to maintain their place in division 2A of the National Hurling League this season.
Since 1990 Galway have appeared in 20 All Ireland minor finals, and on Sunday they secured a 13th title at this level, but Galway manager Brian Hanley says the ultimate goal is success at senior level.
Micheál Donoghue begins his fourth All-Ireland championship campaign in charge of the Galway senior hurlers when the reigning Leinster champions take on Carlow in an intriguing contest at Pearse Stadium on Sunday (3pm).
It has been 45 minutes since the announcement — we are relaxing with tea in an upper room on the second floor of Galway Cathedral and the new Bishop is sitting there, taking it all in, flanked by the men who announced him to the world. He looks like a man returning to his own house, and being introduced to his neighbours.
A parcel of land near Athenry will be sold by the Galway GAA to reduce the organisation's debt.
Ashthorn Avenue, located in Headford, Co Galway, will be a hive of activity this Saturday as a very special visitor will be in attendance to launch the new three bed houses coming to market this weekend. Liam McCarthy is making a special appearance at the popular new development and all are welcome to come and see Liam, get a photo and celebrate Galway’s historic recent All Ireland win.
Galway manager Míchéal Donoghue was delighted with the winning performance of his squad in Sunday's 2017 Leinster final and his players' improvement and gorwing maturity.
The Galway senior hurlers produced an impressive 70 minutes of hurling on Sunday in Croke Park and did what was needed to annex a second Leinster title for the county, adding to the O'Keeffe Cup won in 2012.
Fonsie Mealy auctioneers will conduct an auction comprising more than 800 lots on May 30 at the Tara Towers Hotel, Dublin 4.
With the announcement of the new GAA president just over a fortnight away, Galway's Frank Burke sat down with Matt Cassidy to talk about his campaign to be elected to one of the biggest jobs in Irish sport and only the third Galway man to hold the position.