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Galway continued their recent dominance over Tyrone with a deserved win in Omagh last Sunday. Despite just winning by 1 point, 1-10 to 0-12 Galway were certainly the better and more composed team in the second half. Following a slip pass from league debutant Rory Cunningham, Cathal Sweeney's fine strike proved to be the decisive score of the game.
Galway travel to Tyrone this weekend for round three of the league. Galway's performance two weeks ago against Roscommon was better than the game against Mayo last month. The team will need to raise its standard against the 2021 All-Ireland champions on Sunday.
Galway had a routine win in the first round of the Allianz Hurling League over Westmeath last Saturday afternoon in Pearse Stadium. The win was overshadowed however, by the news that Sarsfields forward Kevin Cooney will be out for up to five months after requiring surgery to repair a severe hamstring injury.
Galway’s bid to claim a fifth Walsh Cup title came up short last Sunday in Carlow's Netwatch Cullen Park where Wexford deservedly won the competition for the first time since 2020 on a 1-21 to 0-16 score-line.
They may have agreed to disagree a few times during their inter-county careers with Mayo and Galway, but Colm Boyle and Seán Armstrong are both convinced that the current rivalry between the counties is ‘as intense and healthy as ever’.
After a disappointing result against Roscommon in the FBD final Galway now face into a league opener against old rivals Mayo in Pearse stadium this coming Sunday at 1.45pm.
A sporting-themed run by a proud Mervue man in memory of a beloved uncle held last autumn has raised more than €14,000 for the Galway Hospice.
The team behind local social enterprise, Bounce Back Recycling (BBR) stole the show in last week’s Nationwide episode which focused on circular economy and positive projects that reduce waste going to landfill.
Connacht Rugby have sold the Sportsground naming rights to US company Dexcom, in a move that is set to be announced in the coming days.
The colourful look back on the year of sport in Galway by Ralph O'Gorman has become an iconic part of the New Year's reflection on the event on and off the field and tracks over the past twelve months. Enjoy.