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Following last Friday's demoralising SSE Airtricity League Premier Division defeat to Bray Wanderers Galway United will be hoping to produce a much improved performance against St Patrick's Athletic at Richmond Park tomorrow.
While Tuesday's absorbing SSE Airtricity League encounter with Dundalk eventually ended in a 4-2 defeat for Galway United, Tommy Dunne's side will be hoping to register a positive result when visiting the Markets Field on Saturday for a clash with bottom-of-the-table Limerick FC.
The Galway 2020 team were out in force in Eamonn Deacy Park to support Galway United against Shamrock Rovers last Friday evening. The crowd were treated to an entertaining game of football with a great atmosphere throughout the game with the return of mascot Terry the Tiger rousing the home support.
Having cruised to a convincing SSE Airtricity League premier division 5-0 win at the Carlisle Grounds on Saturday against Bray Wanderers, Galway United will be keen to deliver a similarly dynamic display when St Patrick's Athletic visit Eamonn Deacy Park tomorrow (7.45pm).
Galway WFC’s Ellerose O’Flaherty made history on Sunday, becoming the youngest person to play senior national league soccer for a Galway side.
With pre-season fixtures arriving thick and fast, Galway FC continue preparing for their crucial Airtricity League opener with Longford Town on March 7 as Athlone Town visit Eamonn Deacy Park this Saturday (7.45pm kick off).
As Galway FC manager Tommy Dunne continues to build his squad in preparation for the new season, the club has announced it will host its planned friendly with Limerick in Headford.
Galway FC's opening game in the Airtricity League will be a home fixture against first division favourites Longford Town on Friday March 7 at Eamonn Deacy Park.
Castlebar Celtic will live out the dreams of every soccer player in the country on Sunday when they take to the field in the Aviva Stadium in the Women’s FAI Cup final. The game itself will also be broadcast live on RTÉ Two television at 12.20pm giving everyone who cannot make it to the Dublin 4 venue a chance to see the girls do their stuff on the big day. The Celtic girls and management team know they will be going into the big game as underdogs against Raheny United, having lost to the same opposition in the league a fortnight ago 9-2, but that is not something Celtic manager Adrian Carrberry is putting much stock into ahead of the game. “The result wasn’t a fair reflection on our team, we matched them for the first half and we were probably the better side in that half,” he said. He also lamented the fact that his side conceded two penalties in that half which was very out of character.
Mervue United has re-appointed Justin Neary as its Airtricity u-19 manager for the coming season.