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Hard-fought battles ahead expected in hurling race

Eight teams will be whittled down to four this weekend as the race for the Galway Senior Hurling Championship reaches the quarter-final stage, and, if the oddsmakers are to be believed, there are four convincing favourites to reach the penultimate stage of the competition.

Much at stake for clubs as football championship hots up

In a busy weekend ahead in the Galway Intermediate Football Championship, four preliminary quarter-finals take place, in addition to two relegation group games.

Maigh Cuilinn and Corofin take top spots in championship

Round four of the Galway Senior Football championship has confirmed the progress of most teams to the quarter-final and preliminary quarter-final stage, while also ensuring the destination of some to the relegation play-offs.

All to play for as Galway football championship heats up

All to play for as Galway football championship heats up

Athenry prevail in first camogie fixture in Tuam Stadium

By Sarah Gaughran

Defining games loom in football championship

Defining games loom in football Naomh Anna Leitir Móir and St James open football proceedings in Group 1 this weekend with the Gaeltacht outfit desperate to a win after two successive defeats.

Champions Moycullen see off rejuvenated Jimmies

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Corofin, Milltown, Mountbellew/Moylough and champions Maigh Cuilinn remain the only teams with a 100 per cent record after the senior football championship's second round.

All to play for as club football championship action kicks off

The fight for the Frank Fox Trophy begins tomorrow with the opening round of this season's Galway senior club football championship.

Plenty of drama in club league finals

The Galway club league finals took place over the weekend. With divisions 1, 2, 3A, 3B, 4A, and 4B all up for grabs, there was plenty of football on offer for spectators. Starting on Friday with the division 1 and 2 finals. Bearna defeated Salthill-Knocknacarra on a score line of 0-6 to 0-4 in what was a testing game in Pearse Stadium.

Progress in a task of great humanity

It is hard to believe that almost a decade has passed since Catherine Corless first appeared on our pages, on our TV screens, on our radios, telling us a story that defied the prevailing logic. It was a story that resonated around the world.

 

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