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Galway suffer bitter defeat to Sligo after poor second half

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Whatever exuberance and confidence that was was starting to bubble within Galway football supporters’ hearts after the facile win over a poor Roscommon team, was mercilessly wiped out last Saturday evening. Sligo won a senior championship tie for the first time at a Galway venue, comprehensively outscoring Galway by 2-14 to 0-15.

Kevin Walsh appointed Sligo Football manager

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Galway’s triple All-Star of 1998, 2001, and 2003, Kevin Walsh, was ratified on Tuesday night as the new manager at u-21 and senior level with the Sligo footballers for 2009.

Kevin Walsh takes up the management challenge

It came as somewhat of a surprise to many people that Galway’s triple all-star Kevin Walsh, was ratified this week as the new manager at senior level with the Sligo footballers for 2009.

Facilities all clubs should aspire too

As Roy Keane famously pointed out in one of his numerous dialogues – “The only thing that drifts along are dead fish”. And having been in and observed St Brigid’s GAA club’s fantastic facilities last weekend at the Corofin v Castlerea game, it was obvious to the majority of us that some clubs in comparison have been drifting along for the past few decades from an infrastructural point of view.

Improving Corofin gunning for another Connacht title

A foul afternoon against limited opponents can frequently be a tricky fence to negotiate. As the rain spilled relentlessly from a wicked Kiltoom sky Corofin simply needed to answer the questions that were being posed of them. Corofin’s responses were immaculate.

The Comeback kid - delighted to be in action again

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Such a moniker is a lot to measure up to, nevertheless he takes it in his considerable stride and smiles as he recalls how it came into being at an u-16 training session many moons ago.

Improving Corofin gunning for another Connacht title

A foul afternoon against limited opponents can frequently be a tricky fence to negotiate. As the rain spilled relentlessly from a wicked Kiltoom sky Corofin simply needed to answer the questions that were being posed of them. Corofin’s responses were immaculate.

Kevin Walsh starts out on the inter-county management path with Sligo

It came as somewhat of a surprise to many people that Galway’s triple all-star Kevin Walsh, was ratified this week as the new manager at senior level with the Sligo footballers for 2009.

Corofin have what it takes to collect Connacht title

It would be easy to believe that next Sunday will be a sure thing for Corofin. They are at home, they have won the Connacht championship before in 1991, 1995, and 1997, and they showed some good form against Castlerea the last day out.

TG4 coverage keeps the diehards ticking over during the winter

It is impossible not to be a major fan of the terrific coverage that TG4 are providing and have provided over the past few years of Gaelic games at club level every Sunday during the winter and spring periods. And their highlights package on Monday evening at 8pm is in the not-to-be-missed category for any genuine dyed-in-the wool GAA enthusiast.

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