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Top scorer Taylor nominated for award

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Galway WFC's Sinead Taylor is one of six players in Ireland to be nominated for the Bus Eireann WNL Player of the Year award.

Galway WFC suffer narrow defeat

Galway WFC were unlucky not to get something out of their clash with Raheny United, going down 2-1 to in Morton Stadium, Santry, on Sunday.

In-form Galway WFC to be tested by champions

In-form Galway WFC host league leaders Raheny United in the final National League game before Christmas.

In-form Galway WFC to be tested by champions

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In-form Galway WFC host league leaders Raheny United in the final National League game before Christmas.

Keady must plot a path for Galway to overcome well-known local stars

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 prepare for champions Raheny

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).

Celtic double up on the national front

“When it rains it pours” the saying goes and for Castlebar Celtic this Sunday it is certainly pouring with options for the supporters of the Hoops. Both the men’s team and women’s team have home ties in national competitions kicking off at 2pm on Sunday.

Celtic women hit the national stage

On Sunday afternoon in Ferrycarrig, Wexford a new chapter will be written in women’s soccer in the county when Castlebar Celtic kick off their inaugural game in the Women’s National League. Celtic are one of six teams who will compete in the first ever FAI Bus Éireann Women’s League. More than 20 clubs applied to be part of the league and Celtic are one of the lucky half dozen to be invited to take part in this new adventure. The other sides taking part in the league are Peamount United, Cork Women’s FC, Raheny United, Shamrock Rovers and Celtic’s opponents on Sunday, Wexford Youths. That list of clubs has Celtic as the only side in both Connacht and Ulster to make the league and offers them a wonderful opportunity to make their mark on the game at a national level. It will represent a big step up for the hoops who have been playing in the FAI Intermediate Cup for the past few years, where now they will be pitting their wits against the best of the senior sides in the country. Celtic will be guided by the management team of Michael McNicholas and Jeremy Dee from the touch line with the likes of Irish international Emma Mullin along with a number of other experienced players who have joined recently doing the business on the field they hope.

 

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