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The joy of playing ‘county’

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As of early January and right through summer, I was very lucky to receive the opportunity to play for both U16 county gaelic football and camogie teams for Galway. I was hoping to make an appearance on at least one of the teams. I fortunately started on both. This was a surreal experience for me as I got to wear both football and camogie jerseys for my county.

Westmeath GAA community prepare to savour medal presentation banquet

A social occasion like no other awaits the Westmeath GAA community in the Mullingar Park Hotel on Friday night as a medal presentation banquet, in recognition of the recent achievements of the county’s footballers and hurlers, takes pride of place.

Progressive Willow Park receive prestigious FAI Club Mark award

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Willow Park received a major boost this week, the progressive club receiving the prestigious FAI Club Mark award.

Double delight for Galway's ladies football teams

Two Galway teams are through the this year's currentaccount.ie All-Ireland Club Championship finals.

The sidelines will be missing a great

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Another poor weekend for Mayo sides in Connacht

 

Major boost for Westmeath’s aspirations as Sherlock added to backroom management team

The Westmeath senior football management team has been finalised with the addition of former Dublin All-Ireland medal winner, Jason Sherlock, a major boost to Des Dolan’s ambitions as he aims to successfully navigate his maiden season at the Lake County helm.

Galwegians RFC, one hundred years

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It is fairly certain that rugby football was being played in Galway before the formation of the IRFU, but the lack of surviving minutes of meetings or records makes it difficult to pinpoint the actual beginnings of some clubs. We know that in 1886 there were four clubs in existence, Queen’s College (now UG), The Grammar School, Galway Town, and Old Galwegians. These latter two clubs amalgamated in the 1909/10 season and called themselves Galway Town. They were a successful club. World War I and its aftermath ruled out competitive rugby but in the resumption, in 1921/22 they again won the senior cup and then, for some reason, decided to change the name again, this time to Galwegians RFC.

Dunmore begin Connacht championship series

Galway intermediate football champions Dunmore MacHales play Sligo winners St Molaise Gaels in the Connacht Championship in Tuam Stadium on Saturday (12pm).

Galway United frustrated after another play-off loss

Galway United succumbed to a classy Waterford FC side in Markets Field on an evening that encapsulated the frustrations for Galway United supporters.

 

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