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This score line would suggest Galway United gained a valuable point before the mid-season interval against the reigning champions, but to those gathered in Terryland Park on Tuesday night the reality was that two points were dropped.
Galway rower Siobhan McCrohan has helped Ireland secure its first women’s World Cup final placing in four years.
The visit of Malahide United to Terryland Park for the third round of the FAI Ford Cup on Friday night provides Sean Connor's beleaguered squad a welcome respite from the cut-and-thrust of league action.
Three Galwegian rowers, destined to represent Ireland at future international events,were part of a team that travelled to the Wedeu International Regatta at the weekend.
One Graiguenamanagh man’s enthralling journey has taken him from the pristine greens of Mount Juliet to the well-groomed pitches of South Africa’s world cup stadia, via the hallowed turf of Croke Park.
Throughout the opening stages of the League of Ireland season Galway United manager Sean Connor has repeatedly emphasised the importance of following an encouraging away draw with a home win, and that is precisely what Galway United will be trying to achieve when UCD visit Terryland Park tomorrow evening.
The Spirit of Africa Day Schools Soccer Cup will take place at Mervue United AFC pitch on Friday May 21 from 10am until 2pm.
With a World Cup just around the corner, the timing could not be better for every discerning Irish sports fan’s favourite comedy triumvirate to bring their new show to the Kilkenny stage.
Following in the footsteps of the legendary Bohola-born Martin Sheridan, who won five gold medals in the Olympics at the turn of the 20th century and Ballina’s Deirdre Gallagher ,who competed in the walking event to fly the flag for Mayo at the Olympic games will be Cong’s David O’Loughlin. The south Mayo man jetted out to the games last Monday and with him went the best wishes of the county and the country.
It was Sigerson Cup last weekend so senior inter-county football teams had an opportunity to regroup and conduct a ‘where are we now’ review of their opening two games of the National Football League. In Mayo’s case the review might have involved the use of a ‘head doctor’ in order to establish how the team can mix the brilliance of the extraordinary second half comeback against Donegal, with the ordinariness of their performance in the first half.