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It all started in the old Lisheen Bar: that is how League of Ireland football eventually came to Galway in the 1970s.
It has been a decade stuffed with splendid goals in the WNL for Lynsey McKey, who continues to deliver for Galway WFC.
“I'm certain we are now at a pivotal point in women's football here because next year the licensing regulations for the WNL clubs are being completely revolutionised,” Galway WFC’s Ruth Fahy says about the future of the game in this country.
On matchday at Eamonn Deacy Park something always needs to be done. So Noel Connolly and his loyal crew of helpers oblige in a caring courteous manner: help is available.
There will be a move of sorts back to normality on Sunday afternoon when the biggest crowd to attend a sporting event in the county since the onset of the Covid-19 pandemic, will gather in MacHale Park.
Charlie Concannon netted the only goal of the game as Galway United U19s made a winning start in the National League against Bray Wanderers at Eamonn Deacy Park.
Cathal Murray's target remains this year's All Ireland final, and the Galway camogie manager is not worried after two successive final defeats to the Cats.
Mayo secured their return to Division One of the National Football League last Sunday with a four-point win over Clare in Ennis.
A highly satisfactory National League campaign concluded for Galway with a 3-25 to 2-22 victory over Cork on Sunday that saw Shane O’Neill’s men top Group A and, for now, claim the joint winners tag with Kilkenny.
Galway senior ladies came out on the wrong side of a Donegal outfit that was in devastating form in their final Lidl National League division one group game in Tuam Stadium.