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Annual John Joyce Sevens on St Stephen’s Day at Salthill

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The annual John Joyce Memorial Sevens, will be held at Arus Bóthar na Trá on St Stephen’s Day.

Historic weekend for Salthill-Knocknacarra

Last Saturday was a historic day for the Salthill-Knocknacarra GAA Club as they captured both the junior A and junior B county titles in Tuam stadium.

Salthill u-16s win the county football title in style

Salthill-Knocknacarra had a big win, 2-14 to 1-05, over Corofin last Saturday in the county U-16 football final played at Tuam Stadium.

St James and Corofin in Minor A final

St James, the current county minor champions, will take on Corofin in the county final this Sunday at 3.45pm in Pearse Stadium.

Dates for all Galway football finals

The Galway football board has announced the dates for all the county football finals in junior, minor, intermediate and senior grades over the coming weeks.


•The annual Salthill-Knocknacarra Juvenile Hurling table quiz takes place in Sheridan’s bar, Knocknacarra on March 25 at 8pm. Tables of four cost €40 with prizes for first, second and third places. There will be a raffle on the night and finger food will be provided. All monies will go directly to the Salthill Knocknacarra juvenile hurling fund to assist with travel expenses, the provision of team gear, and the general running of the juvenile hurling club.

Gaelic notes

•The first annual general meeting of the Galway Hurling Supporters Club will be held next Thursday (February 25) at the Lough Rea Hotel, Loughrea, Co Galway at 8pm. The club, which was set up last year, already boasts more than 600 members, and chairman Eamon Bradshaw is hoping this will increase to more than 2,000 this year. Bradshaw is calling on everyone interested in hurling to attend the AGM where officers will outline its activities during 2009, financial support for the Galway hurling reams, members aspirations for 2010, planned events during 2010, and benefits for members. The club has its own website,, which has attracted hits from all over the world.

Cortoon Shamrocks hold on to reach football semis

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Galway minor footballers prepare for interesting adventure

How can a minor manager make an impact? Delivering purposeful footballing teams? Cultivating talent? Ultimately Gerry Fahy craves to aid players on their career adventures. Considering Fahy’s coaching pedigree it is certainly an achievable mission.

Heverin takes over at Salthill


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