Search Results for 'senior manager'
35 results found.
A decade and a half ago in 2005, it was a so-so year for the Mayo senior footballers. A year after reaching the All Ireland final, they had a league semi-final loss to Armagh in the Spring, which was followed by elimination from the championship at the quarter-final stage at the hands of Kerry, having been beaten by Galway in the provincial decider.
The second weekend in February sees championship action return for a Mayo side, with the shuffling around of the fixture calendar this year seeing the u20 championship move to a Spring start from the summer.
O’Donnellan & Joyce auctioneers of 5 Mary Street, Galway, achieved a record year for sales in its auction, new homes, and private treaty departments. With more than 600 properties sold since January 2019, the company has recorded one of its biggest years of sales to date over the three departments, with new homes rising considerably in demand over the past 12 months and enormous demand expected to continue with the extension of the Help to Buy Scheme.
Close season it may be on the local senior gaelic football scene, but news of two managerial appointments in recent days will give cause for much optimism for the players and supporters of both Athlone and Rosemount.
On the last day of September 2007, Ballintubber claimed the Mayo Intermediate Championship - in the dozen years that have followed that victory, the west Mayo club have gone on to achieve success after success.
Dónal Ó’Fatharta’s Galway minor side face five-in-a-row All-Ireland champions Kerry on Sunday at 1.30pm in Croke Park in what is the curtainraiser to the senior semi-final between Tyrone and Kerry.
Exciting and challenging are the words used by Mayo Ladies senior manager, Peter Leahy, when describing the upcoming National League campaign. The green and red have been busily preparing over the past three months and are now looking forward to getting onto the pitch.
Corofin senior manager Kevin O’Brien and his backroom team are really getting the hang of winning provincial titles.
Galway Ladies Football are on the hunt for a new senior manager after Stephen Glennon announced his decision not to continue for a third season.
The Galway senior hurlers brought their fans on a rollercoaster ride in Semple Stadium when they defeated Kilkenny by 1-28 to 3-15 and won the Bob O'Keefe Cup to be crowned Leinster champions for a third time.