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You can only admire what Jimmy is doing

In the last number of weeks a few big GAA stories have escaped inches in my column because of the drama in the drawn All-Ireland semi final between Mayo and Kerry, the subsequent replay, and last but by no means least, the performance of the referee in that replay. I am putting that to bed now. You have to take your hat off to Jim McGuinness, his philosophies, and his way of thinking. He has his team so well fine tuned it borders on professionalism. He had a five day training camp prior to the Dublin game and the same again in the lead up to Sunday’s All-Ireland final. This all comes at a considerable cost, and along with some players being flown from Dublin to Donegal by helicopter for training it must mean some very generous individual or individuals are bank rolling it (that is of course if it is all true).

Munster title for Galway men’s hockey

Galway Men’s Hockey Club has won the Munster Barber Cup, beating Midleton in the final in Villiers Limerick.

Trailblazers Greenfields open first Irish Hockey League campaign

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Greenfields Hockey Club will create history on Saturday when they become their first Connacht team to compete in the Electric Ireland Women’s Irish Hockey League.

Ray Silke chosen for Hall of Fame

Galway Advertiser GAA correspondent and All Ireland winning captain, Ray Silke, has been chosen as one of the first inductees of the University of Limerick Sports Hall of Fame.

Ask Santa for a gumshield this year

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Greenfields edge local rivals in hockey league opener

Greenfields1 secured a victory in their first outing in the Connacht Senior Hockey League with a narrow 1-0 win over defending title holders Galway1 at a chilly Dangan on Saturday evening.

Brave performance not enough for Greenfields

Greenfields Hockey Club put up a brave performance against a slick and skilful Corinthians side in the first round of the Irish Senior Cup, but ultimately went down by 2 - 1.

Greenfields celebrate club award

Greenfields Hockey Club has been named the Club of the Year by the Irish Hockey Association.

Put a smile on their faces at Jump 4 Joy

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Based in the heart of Athlone, Jump 4 Joy Adventure Centre has been entertaining children for the past 12 years and the staff know exactly how to keep a smile on the children’s faces!

Greenfields claim Connacht’s first national hockey title

Greenfields Hockey Club made history in Dublin on Sunday when it became the first Connacht club to claim a national title.

 

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