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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 WFC face into a busy week with two matches in three days in National League action.
Galway WFC will be hoping to return to winning ways when they host Dublin side DLR Waves in the Bus Éireann WNL in Eamonn Deacy Park, Terryland, on Sunday (2pm).
Galway WFC returns to action this weekend when to do battle against Wexford Youths in Ferrycarrig Park on Saturday evening.
Women’s National League returns to Terryland on Sunday when Galway will host Dublin outfit Peamount in Eamonn Deacy Park on Sunday (2pm).
Galway WFC return to the capital this Sunday for the second week in a row to take on Bus Éireann Women’s National League champions Raheny United in Morton Stadium, Santry (2pm).
Galway WFC’s journey in the Bus Éireann WNL resumes when they travel to the capital on Sunday to take on Shamrock Rovers in Tallaght Stadium at 2pm.
Five players from Colga FC have been added to the Galway Women’s FC ahead of their national league tie with with Cork in Deacy Park on Sunday (2pm).
After securing a 2-2 draw on their debut in the Women’s National League, Galway now face their first away fixture against DLR Waves in Dublin.
For those of us for whom Friday nights were irrevocably changed when top flight football left Terryland, there will always be a memory of the cups of Bovril and the smell of wintergreenand the smack of leather on a hardened hip in the days before the Dyke Road venue became one of the best football stadiums in the country. Back then with the pitch facing a different alignment, the cold breeze coming in off the Corrib on those winter’s days hardened many a memory in the minds of football fans across not just the city and county, but beyond. Back then when the man after whom the ground is now named marshalled the centre of the pitch, when the Bovril in your cup rippled with every thundering tackle from Miko Nolan, when Kevin Cassidy ran Mario Kempes-style through the hearts of many a defence, when Philip Fay and Carl Humphries threaded the ball down the sidelines like needles in the hands of a seasoned seamstress, they created a sort of magic for every youngster in the ground. And later when Ricky and Jumbo and Donie et al carried that magic to Glenina and back, there was a feeling that no matter the result, you never went home feeling cheated from a day out at Terryland.