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Galway WFC host high-flyers Raheny in cup quarter-final

League and cup champions Raheny United are the visitors to Eamonn Deacy Park on Sunday to do battle with Galway WFC in the FAI Cup quarter-final.

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 power nine past Cork

Two Galway WFC players will be involved in international action this week while the national league takes a break.

Taylor's penalty ensures Galway victory

Galway WFC face an away trip to Dublin on Sunday to take on DLR Waves who lie just two points below them in the Bus Eireann Women’s National League.

Galway WFC in confident mood to take on Shamrock Rovers

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Sunday will be a special occasion in Eamonn Deacy Park when Shamrock Rovers’ women take on Galway WFC in the Bus Éireann WNL.

Galway up with the best of British ladies soccer

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The Galway & Distict League Ladies team were given a huge boost ahead of their EUFA Cup qualifying in September at the prestigious Manchester Umbro Cup.

Galway ladies host Dundalk in WFAI Cup

Fresh from their exploits in England, the Galway & District League Ladies team now face a strong domestic challenge when they host Dundalk LFC in the last 16 of the Senior WFAI cup at Terryland Park this Sunday (3pm).

Galway ladies lose their final UEFA tie

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Salthill Devon Ladies claim a second national title

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Salthill Devon Ladies secured a second national title for the club when claiming the honours in the All Ireland Intermediate Cup final over local rivals Galway Bohemians.

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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