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Encouraging win for United as players ‘buy in’

Having pinched an encouraging 1- 0 victory over Drogheda, Sean Connor’s Galway United face another demanding away encounter in Inchicore tomorrow evening.

And England are out of the World Cup

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ENGLISH FOOTBALL’S hubris and jingoism were exposed as mad delusions by a talented and superior German team last Sunday, sending the mis-titled ‘golden generation’ out of South Africa 2010.

Killala girl part of Irish squad in European championships final

Killala soccer star Aileen Gilroy is part of the Republic of Ireland side that made it through to the UEFA u17 European Championships final this week. Ireland beat Germany 1-0 in the semi-final in Nyon in Switzerland on Tuesday. They will now face off against Spain in the final European Championships final on Saturday at 12.30pm. For soccer fans looking to see the game, it will be broadcast live on Eurosport. By making it all the way to the final the Irish girls have booked their place in next year’s FIFA u18 World Cup which will take place in Trinidad and Tobago.

Galway stars enjoy World Cup action

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Galway star hurler Joe Canning, Galway senior footballer Michael Meehan, and Brian Tuohy of the Connacht Rugby Squad settled into the world cup lounge on the ground floor at the Eyre Square Centre recently to take in the best of the football action.

Political football - politics and the World Cup

The beautiful game and the world’s second oldest profession have often collided, colluded, and clashed on the big stage of the World Cup, so as the current tournament continues in South Africa, Talking Politics takes a politically slanted look at the competition’s history.

Enda Kenny - man of steel?

“Power never takes a back step - only in the face of more power,” said Malcolm X and his words are apt to describe what is happening in Fine Gael at the moment.

Galway stars enjoy World Cup action

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Galway star hurler Joe Canning, Galway senior footballer Michael Meehan, and Brian Tuohy of the Connacht Rugby Squad settled into the world cup lounge on the ground floor at the Eyre Square Centre recently to take in the best of the football action.

Get a taste of Spain with Fiesta Española

Spain is one of the favourites for this year’s World Cup and Spanish is one of the world’s most widely spoken languages.

Two hat-tricks for Bruen

AS IT is World Cup time we all hope that Messi, Torres, Kaka, and Podolski might net a few hat tricks on the way, but it seems Galway’s Ken Bruen has beaten them to it.

Saw Docs to preview new album at Kelly’s

BEFORE THE Saw Doctors perform at Glastonbury, the band will play two warm up shows at Kelly’s Bar, Bridge Street, on Tuesday and Wednesday.

 

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