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Encouraging signs from Sammon’s youngsters

Liam Sammon's promising Galway outfit will be seeking a hat-trick of January victories tomorrow night in Loughgeorge to book a place in the Connacht FBD League final.

Galway footballers stick to their guns and stay the course

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Last Sunday morning was a case in point. I was haring down the motorway to Mullingar from the fireworks in Croke Park on Saturday night when I phoned a friend to see if he was going to the Galway v Westmeath game.

Galway show class and character

Galway 2-9 Westmeath 1-10

Galway’s first NFL win over Dublin in almost thirty years

Galway produced an epic, lyrical performance in the first half against Dublin last Sunday afternoon. The standing ovation they received as they trouped off at half time for their Jaffa cakes and tea summed up the mood of the paying customers in the stand as they found themselves whipped up into a real "feel-good" moment by the superb free-flowing football of the forwards.

Ray Silke’s starting XV for Galway for the 2009 Connacht championship.

1. Adrian Faherty – Claregalway

London calling to the faraway towns

 “London calling to the faraway towns,

Galway have a realistic chance of getting two points in Omagh

How they perform against the current All-Ireland champions will tell us a lot about the real progress being made under Liam Sammon, and a win, especially up there, would do wonders for team morale and put the team in a good position going into a month with four consecutive games.

Galway delight in Salthill again

Galway 1-16

London calling

“London calling to the faraway towns,

KILLERERIN V ST MICHAEL’S: Sat 7pm - Tuam)

At 7pm on Saturday in Tuam Stadium Killererin will test the resolve of St Michael’s who put up a good showing against Caherlistrane in the first round. Killererin are not going well and they were well hammered by Milltown last weekend in the league.

 

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