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Ladies now head to Monaghan

Galway travel to league leaders Monaghan for their next Tesco Homegrown division one league encounter in confident form.

Galway Ladies prepare to step up

The Galway Ladies will travel to St Brendan's Park (Birr) this Saturday to take on Monaghan in the All-Ireland Ladies Senior Football Championship quarter-final.

Galway come unstuck to Roscommon in Aisling McGing

Favourites Galway lost out to Roscommon by 1-11 to 1-13 in the opening round of the Aisling McGing u-21 Championship.

Third time lucky for Galway Ladies

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Galway Ladies, unbeaten all season, claimed this year's NFL division two title to secure division one football next season.

Galway Ladies in top tussle

Galway Ladies host a top-of-the-table clash in their Tesco HomeGrown NFL division two fixture on Sunday.

Galway ladies look for four on the trot

Galway head with confidence to Clare for their fourth Tesco Home Grown NFL fixture on Sunday (2pm).

Too easy for Galway Ladies

Galway Ladies consigned Fermanagh to the bottom of the table when they produced a whopping 6-22 to 0-5 victory in Sunday’s Tesco Home Grown NFL division two contest.

Galway Ladies face fancied Monaghan

Galway and Monaghan clash on Saturday for a place in the All-Ireland Senior Ladies Football Championship final.

Galway Ladies edged out in first u-21 final

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Galway’s u-21 ladies suffered a heartbreaking 0-13 to 0-11 defeat to Cork in the inaugural Aisling McGing All Ireland u-21 football final.

Mayo to take new look Galway in Connacht final

Just under two months after they took apart the challenge of Galway in the division two league final, the Mayo ladies will once again face off against the Tribeswomen with some silverware at stake. On Sunday afternoon in McHale Park at 4pm both sides will go toe to toe in the Connacht final. In that final Mayo ran out 4-17 to 2-7 winners with Cora Staunton once again leading the line for Mayo scoring 2-11 of that total. That win propelled Mayo back into division one after a year in a second tier and has set them up well for a crack at Sunday’s Connacht final.

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