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Corofin's win Title with style

Corofin's win Title with style;

Corofin 2-13 Ballintubber 1-07Corofin cruised to their sixth Connacht SFC club title when they never trailed to Ballintubber in the final at at MacHale Park in Castlebar. They dominated the opening half but had to be content with a 0-07 to 0-04 interval lead.But once Gary Sice drilled home their first goal eight minutes after the restart they never looked back and Gary then set up Ian Burke for the decisive second goal three minutes later.Ballintubber, appearing in their first…

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Ardrahan face Beagh in SHC

Ardrahan face Beagh in SHC;

Turloughmore's appeal against their explusion from the Galway Senior Hurling Championship has been lost. At a hearing before the Disputes Resolution Authority Tribunal in Mullingar on Monday evening, the appeal against the decision of the Galway Competitions Control Committee was unsuccessful.This allows the Galway Senior Hurling Championship to recommence immediately and Ardrahan are due to take on Beagh this Sunday in Kenny Park (2pm).The winners will face 2011 champions Gort at the semi-final stage on Sunday week (November 30).Reigning county…

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Corofin seek Connacht glory

Corofin seek Connacht glory;

The eagerly anticipated AIB Connacht senior Football Club Championship final between Corofin and Mayo champions Ballintubber takes place this Sunday (2pm) at MacHale Park, Castlebar. It promises to be a top class game with both sides possessing some sublime forwards and showing tremendous form in their respective wins over St Brigid's and Aughawillian

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Glenamaddy/Kilkerrin Reunion

Glenamaddy/Kilkerrin Reunion;

St. Mary's Camogie Club Glenamaddy/Kilkerrin will hold a reunion on Saturday December 13th commencing with Mass in Glenamaddy Church at 7.00pm followed by Refreshments in Conneally's Lounge Kilkerrin for all former players, mentors, officers and supporters of the Club. The Club was formed in 1970 by Fr Sean Higgins, Sr Fatima, Peadar O'Dowd of St Benin's VS, Mary Monaghan and Anne Quinn. The Club went on to win County Junior and Provincial titles in the 1970s before their big breakthrough…

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Galway Club in New York celebrate

Galway Club in New York celebrate;

It was a momentous occasion for the Galway hurling fraternity in New York when the club celebrated their 100th anniversary with a major function. The incredible success of the Galway Hurling Club in New York over the last century was marked with a lavish celebration in the Astoria World Manor. Players from the past and present were honoured by the club with former Galway hurling star and former GAA President Joe McDonagh being the guest of honour. The club have won…

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Press Release - Senior Championship

Press Release - Senior Championship;

At a hearing before the Disputes Resolution Authority Tribunal, held in Mullingar on Monday evening, 17th November 2014, the appeal of CLG Turloughmore against the decision of the Galway Competitions Control Committee was unsuccessful. This allows the Galway Senior Hurling Championship to recommence immediately.

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Glory for Árainn in Connacht Final

Glory for Árainn in Connacht Final;

Oileain Árainn 0-16 Achill Island 0-8Oileain Árainn recorded a double-scores victory over Achill Island in the 'battle of the islands' Connacht Club Junior Football Championship Final at Tuam Stadium.The Galway champions were always in control, leading by 0-8 to 0-4 at half-time and eventually pulling away for a comfortable victory after Pee Sweeney's '45' had left just a goal between the sides early in the second half.Some excellent score-taking by Mairtin Gill, Eoin Pol and Cillian Connolly in the last…

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Connacht Finals at Tuam Stadium

Connacht Finals at Tuam Stadium;

In the Connacht Junior Football Final Oileain Arann will take on Achill (Mayo) this Sunday in Tuam Stadium at 12.15pm.This will be followed by the meeting of Kilannin and St. Croans (Roscommon) in the Connacht Intermediate Football Final at 2.00pm

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Galway’s Living Sporting Legend

Galway’s Living Sporting Legend;

The quest to find Galway’s Greatest Living Sporting Legend begins this week to mark the Golden Jubilee of the Galway Sports Stars awards. Established in 1965, the awards scheme has honoured some of Galway’s greatest sporting achievements over the past 50 years with countless heroes in various disciplines feted during that time. But the upcoming 50th anniversary awards banquet in the Ardilaun Hotel on Saturday, January 17 will be a milestone occasion in the history of the awards as Galway’s…

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Official GAA Annual & Diary

Official GAA Annual & Diary;

Keep up to date on all matters GAA with the annual Cumann Lútchleas Gael Diary. At your fingertips you will have the complete fixture list for 2015 as well as the contact details for every county.The 2014-15 Official GAA Croke Park Annual has everything you need to know about the season just past. Included are reviews of the past 12 months from some of the top journalists, interviews with star players and a complete record from every game in both…

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Sportsfile's- A Season of Sundays

Sportsfile's- A Season of Sundays;

Once again, Ireland's number one Sports Photography Agency, Sportsfile, has produced another magnificent collection of images that illustrates the highs and lows of the 2014 GAA All-Ireland season. For the past 18 years, Ray McManus and his team of award-winning photographers have captured the special moments that make each year's A Season of Sundays a memorable keepsake and a GAA tradition in its own right. The book is enhanced by the Head of Media Relations for the GAA, Alan Milton's…

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Communities Creating Jobs Seminar

Communities Creating Jobs Seminar;

The Communities Creating Jobs (CCJ) / Western Development Commission (WDC) seminar​, supported by the GAA's National Rural Communities Workgroup, will take place on Thursday, 20th November in Connaught GAA Centre, Bekan, Claremorris, Co. Mayo​. ​Communities Creating Jobs (CCJ) is a movement of ordinary people based throughout Ireland who wish to do something positive and innovative on a voluntary basis to address the twin issues of unemployment and involuntary emigration. http://www.ccj.ie/ The Workgroup believes that this information session may be of…

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Corofin too good for Aughawilliam;

Corofin 7-20 Aughwilliam 0-6Corofin made two changes to their starting line-up with Dylan Wall coming in at centre-forward and Greg Higgins at full-forward replacing Alan O'Donovan and Joe Canney, both of whom were to be introduced later in the game with Canney adding to the Corofin goal total.Ciaran Gilheany opened the scoring for Aughawillan with a point from play after two minutes, but that was as good as it got for them.Corofin responded with points by Dylan Wall, Lundy and…

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Cappataggle win Connacht Title;

Cappataggle 0-15 Ballyhaunis -10There was no signs of the expected fatigue in the first quarter as Cappatagle raced into a 0-4 to 0-2 lead and could have had more scores on the board but for some wayward shooting.The key score of the first half came from man of the match and Mayo All Star Keith Higgins, who was picked out by midfield partner and brother Pierce with a long-range pass before striding through on goal and firing to the net.The…

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Hurling & Football Titles for M/Eyrecourt

Hurling & Football Titles for M/Eyrecourt ;

Meelick/Eyrecourt 0-11 Loughrea 0-8Having already won the Junior C Football title Meelick Eyrecourt completed a 'unique' double when winning the C hurling title against Loughrea at Killimor. Former Galway goalkeeper Damien Howe led his side to victory and accepted the cup from Hurling Secretary Pat Kearney. Damien Howe raises the Junior C Cup

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Photograph and Video Gallery

County Junior C Hurling Final
Meelick/Eyrecourt players celebrating their victory
Cappataggle County Intermediate Hurling Champions
Players celebrating their victory after the final at Ballinasloe
Intermediate Final goes to replay
The destination of the Mick Sylver Cup for 2014 will be decided on Saturday next at 2.30pm in Duggan Park, Ballinasloe. Cappataggle and Ahascragh Fohenagh have to meet again following a thrilling draw at the same venue. With five minutes remaining, Ahascragh Fohenagh, leading by three points looked like winners but Cappataggle dug deep to grab three valuable points to earn a draw. Photo: Joe Keane
Mullagh County Senior Camogie Champions
Front Row: (left to right) Jennifer Coone, Ciara Donohue, Sinead Cahalan, Aoife Donoghue, Rachel Monaghan, Patricia Manning, Maria O'Brien, Cathy Bowes, Alison Clarke, Claudia Lowry, Aisling Hobbins. Back Row: (left to right) Erica Coen, Colette Hardiman, Karen Kennedy, Carol Briscoe, Niamh O'Brien, Leona Monaghan, Colette Glennon, Claire Dolphin, Sarah Dervan, Brenda Cahalan, Catriona Daly, Therese Manton, Sharon Dolan, Sarah Dolan and Deirdre Kelly.
Oranmore Maree County Intermediate Camogie Champions
Front Row: (left to right) Aisling Harte, Christina Brennan (Captain), Eilis Hogan, Aoife Bannon, Aoife Harte, Ciara Hanniffy, Roisin Black, Ailish O'Reilly, Eimear O'Donovan, Tara Costello and Danielle Clear. Back Row: (left to right) Aoife Geraghty, Roisin McInerney, Fiona Whelan, Kelley Malone, Shannon Costello, Niamh Hanniffy, Lorraine Reynolds, Elaine Hanniffy, Aishling Finn, Sorcha Hanniffy, captain, Sacra Mannion, Aisling Nolan, Jenny Joyce, Emily Gill, Avril Shaugnessy and Aoife Carr.
Clarinbridge County Under 15 A Hurling Champions
Front Row: (left to right) Conan McCann, Ryan Flanagan, Oisin Salmon, Shane Ryan, Issac Dehora, Jack Touhy, Stevie Lane-Spelman, Sean Tynan, Mark Kennedy, Barry Corcoran, T.J.Brennan, Luke Egan. Back Row: (left to right) Sam McArdle, Conor Fox, Ross Hynes, Jack Murphy, LiamMoran Luke Butler, Paul Donoghue, Hugh Lane, Shane Donoghue, Conor Lee, Aaron Martyn, Dylan Butler and Luke Foley.
County Minor Football Champions
Mountbellew-Moylough panel and mentors celebrating their County Minor (A) Football Championship final victory over Salthill -Knocknacarra at Tuam Stadium
Corofin County Senior Football Champions
Front Row: (left to right) Barry O'Donovan, Conor Langan, Eanna Langan, Conor Cunningham, Ian Burke, Michael Farragher, captain; Ronan Steede, Martin Farragher, Kevin Murphy, Alan Burke, Michael Comer, Micheál Lundy, Joe Canney, Aeneas Lawless, Dylan Wall. Back Row: (left to right) Shane Monaghan, Keith Murphy, Gary Delaney, Oisín Mannion, David Morris, Alan O'Donovan, Liam Silke, Daithí Burke, Kieran Fitzgerald, Thomas Healy, Gary Sice, Pádraig Hanly, Adrian Molloy, Jason Leonard, Greg Higgins, Cathal Silke, James Farragher and Ciarán McGrath.
Galway’s All-Ireland Three-in-a-Row of the 1960s were honoured at the County Football Finals
At back, from left: Cyril Dunne, Séamus Leydon, John Keenan, Liam Sammon, Jimmy Duggan, Seán Meade, Tommy Brennan, Mick Moore, Seán Cleary, Martin Newell, Pat McLoughlin (for his brother, Frank), Mick Garrett, Pat Coen (for Mick Coen), Frankie Kyne (selector), Noel Tierney, Tommy Keenan. In front, from left: Bosco McDermott, Brian Geraghty, Chri sty Tyrrell, Colie McDonagh, Shane Colleran (for the late Enda Colleran) , Alanna Power (for the late Mick Tarpey), Mrs Kathleen McDonagh (for the late Mattie McDonagh), Laura Mulrooney (for her father, Johnny Geraghty), Seán Brennan, Anthony Glynn (for Jimmy Glynn). Tom Cunningham, a selector in the Three-in-a-row era, was also in attendance on the day. PHOTO: RAY RYAN
Killimor County Minor B Hurling Champions
Front Row: (left to right) Aaron Duane, Shane Scully, Brian Gohery, Killian O Hara, Shane Whelan, Sean O Grady (captain), Shane Madden, Sean Callagy, Kevin Hanney, Stephen Quinn, Seamus McEvoy (selector). Back Row: (left to right) Francis Larkin (selector), Donal Shiel, Ryan Gohery, Sean Costelloe, Emilio Burke, Cian Ryan, Conor Donnelly, Ronan Egan, Jason Broderick, Eoin McEvoy, Stephen Quinn, Cathal Porter and Eamon Hanney (selector).
Annaghdown County Minor B Football Champions
Front Row: (left to right) Pete Lynch, Enda Callanan, Stephen Burke, Mike Naughton, Michael Devaney captain, Darragh Fahy, Cathal Small, Adam Quirke, Aaron Hardiman, Tomás Griffin, Egan Naughton. Back Row: (left to right) Patrick McLoughlin, Nigel Kerr, Eoin Curry, Conor Maloney, Isaac Hand, Darren Groarke, Stephen Potter, Patrick Flaherty, D. J. Whelan, Ryan Forde, Pierce Glynn, John Curry.
Craughwell County Under15 B Hurling Champions
Front Row: (left to right) Morgan Flynn, Diarmuid McCartin, Dean Callinan, Jack Lally, Paul Greaney,(Capt)  Fiachra Morrissey, Alan Callinan, Dean Clarke, Calum Kenny. Back Row: (left to right) Stephen Forde, Adam Lawlor Smalle, Dylan Hamill, Kyle Heverin, Brian Hynes, Cormac Dooley, Adam Clarke, Cillian Dolan, Ronnie Galvin, Dylan Finn, Oisin O Brien, Adrian Prendergast and Oisin Keating.
Kilkerrin-Clonberne County Ladies Senior Football Champions
Front Row: (left to right) Louise Ward, Nicola Ward, Ailbhe Mahoney, Karen Finnegan, Anne Marie Boyle, Aoife Heverin, Lisa Walsh, Olivia Divilly, Emma Flanagan, Annette Clarke (captain), Anne Marie Finnerty. Back Row: (left to right) Lisa Gannon, Deirdre Bracken, Sarah Ward, Sarah Gormally, Caoimhe Boyle, Claire Dunleavy, Siobhán Divilly, Lisa Murphy, Marie Treacy, Ciara Heverin, Katie Fleming, Aoife McStay and Aisling Walsh.
Killannin County Intermediate Football Champions
Front Row: (left to right) David O Connor, Robert Ryan, Niall Walsh, Peter O' Halloran, Marvin Lee (captain), Johnny Heaney, Stephen Kavanagh, Ruairi Greene, Enda Kelly, Cathal Walsh, Ardal O' Neill, Callum Chiaponi, Ronan Caldwell, Kieran Caldwell, Robert Lee. Back Row: (left to right) Pat Quealey (manager), Dave Melia (selector), Shane Sheridan, Niall Acton, Ferdia O Halloran, Patrick Sweeney, Edwin Murray, Cathal Sweeney, James Walsh, Eamon McDonagh, Iano Thornton, PJ Gorham, Mark Kinnevey, David Walsh, Chris Ryan, Johnny Kelly (selector) Christy Lydon (chairman) and Kevin Walsh
Oileain Árainn County Junior Football Champions
Front Row: (left to right) Aonghus O hIarnáín, Mairtin Seoighe (Stiofan), Mairtin O Goill, Patrick O Domhnaill, Conal O hIarnáin, Ciaran O Domhnaill, Padraig Éinne O hIarnáin, Kealan Seoighe, Mairtin Seoighe (Celine) Cillian Seoighe, Cian O hIarnain, Stiofan O hIarnáin, Joe Seoighe. Back Row: (left to right) Mairtin Seoighe (Maggie) Michael O Flatherta, Eoin de Blacum, Tyler O Flatherta, Ronan O Flatherta, Adrain O Coinceannan, Adam O Cléirigh, Caomhan Seoighe, Diarmad O hAllmháin, Daracn O Breannán, Cillian O Conghaille, Eoin Poil agus Colm O Breannán.
Claregalway County Under 16 Division 1A Football Champions
Front Row: (left to right) Michael O'Dwyer, Matthew Kilgannon, Sean Kilmartin, Keelan Granger, Aaron Molloy, Barry Goldrick, Jack Hansberry, Eoghan Gallagher, Brion Connolly, Conor Campbell, Padraig Commons, Sean Lyons, Cillian Green. Back Row: (left to right) Luke Roche, Mark Hughes, Oisín Connolly, Thomas Coyle, Mark King, Andrew Carr, Shane Moylan, Tommy Molloy, Aaron Moran, Barry Callanan, Colm Trill and Colm Kelly.
Turloughmore County Minor A Hurling Champions
Front Row: (left to right) Mark Fahy, Daniel Loftus, Conor Shaughnessy, Daniel Burke, Keith Herwood, Barry Callanan, Matthew Hession, mascot, Sean Linnane, Brian Callanan, Karl Conneely, Eoin Whelan, Cathal Whelan and Ronan Duffy. Back Row: (left to right) Conor Phillips, Stephen Doyle, Gearoid Linnane, Michael Naughton, James Murphy, Cillian Hurney, Shane Moores, Jamie Holland, Sean Loftus, Richard Doyle, Dara Joyce, Shane Dunleavy, Cian Mullen, Padraig Kearney and Ultan Hurney.
Clarinbridge County Under 16 A Hurling Champions
Front Row: (left to right) Mark Kennedy, Liam Moran,  T.J..Brennan, Andrew Monaghan, Evan Niland, Patrick Foley, Sam McArdle, Shane Ryan, Jack Tuohy,Sean Tynan, Shane Donoghue.  Back Row: (left to right) Conor Lee, Ross Hynes, Aaron Martin, Hugh Lane, William Corcoran, Cian Salmon, Paul Donoghue, Ronan Walsh (Capt,) Ian O Brien, Philip Brennan, Conor Fox, and Luke Butler.
Sarsfields County Under 16 A Camogie Champions
Front Row: (left to right) Alana Duhan,  Maura Melody, Cliona Cahalan, Deirdre Larkin, Yvonne Lyons, Erica Leslie, Karina Cannon, Hannah Curley, Siobhan McGrath, Rachel Murray, Stephanie Spain. Back Row: (left to right) Ciara Keane, Aishling Kenny, Aoibheann Duhan, Katie Monahan, Sarah Glynn, Sarah Gallagher, Sarah Spellman, Eimear Larkin (captain), Klara Donohue, Rachel Murphy, Grainne Ryan, Sinead Cannon, Stephanie Cannon and Denise Gormally.
Clonbur County Intermediate Ladies Football Champions
Front Row: (left to right) Aoife Kerrigan, Leah Doyle, Karen Keane, Clíona Joyce, Deirdre Joyce, Ashling Egan, Aoife Joyce, Lorna Joyce, Emer Wallace, Michaela Kearney and Blaithín Coyne. Back Row: (left to right) Ashling Doherty, Trish Moran, Paula Fitzgerald, Maireád Joyce, Aoibhinn Joyce, Rita Kearney, Anne Marie Kerrigan, Maireád Coyne, Máire Casey, Sinéad Egan, Caitríona Egan and Jackie Moran.
Mountbellew/Moylough County Minor Football Champions
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Craughwell Under 12 Hurling Team
Winners of the Jim Doyle Hurling Tournament in Maree

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