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Belief the name of the game for high-flying United Women

Lynsey McKey has long been a stalwart of the domestic women’s game. She has been involved in the top flight since its very inception in 2011. That she sat in front of the assembled media in The Connacht Hotel on Tuesday and joked about nerves for her first press conference tells you everything about the trajectory of the women’s game and her team.

Swimming in Salthill

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Swimming is the self-propulsion of a person through water as a form of recreation, exercise or survival. It has numerous health benefits and is good for all ages and all levels of fitness. It is among the top public recreational activities. One can swim in the sea, the lake or river.

Conor McCormack epitomises this Galway United team - Tenacious, courageous, and relentless

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Eyebrows were raised when one of the most decorated League of Ireland players ever joined a First Division side, but the opportunity to take Galway United back to the big time under former manager John Caulfield was equally as exciting as it was challenging.

United host perennial champions Shamrock Rovers

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The RTÉ cameras will be trained on Eamonn Deacy Park tomorrow night as Galway United entertain five-in-a-row chasing champions Shamrock Rovers.

Brilliant Buccaneers team display ensures Connacht Junior 1B league title success

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Capital woe as Old Wesley inflict league defeat upon understrength Buccaneers


Final set piece play of absorbing encounter denies Buccaneers AIL Division 1B comeback victory

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Festive cheer to the fore as Buccaneers claim crucial AIL victory over Blackrock College

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Northern delight as Buccaneers achieve their inaugural AIL Division 1B success in Belfast

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Buccaneers recorded their first victory of this season’s Energia All-Ireland League when they came from behind to defeat Queen’s University 21-16 at The Dub, Belfast, on Saturday.

Dubarry Park disappointment reigns as Buccaneers succumb to Old Belvedere league defeat

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Biccaneers disappointing start in the Energia All-Ireland League continued with a fourth straight defeat when going down 45-19 to Old Belvedere in their Division 1B game played in front of a decent attendance at Dubarry Park on Saturday.


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