Team News: Galway v Roscommon, Connacht U20 Football Final

The Galway Team to face Roscommon in the Connacht GAA U20 Football Championship Final is announced

GALWAY V ROSCOMMON

Hastings Insurance MacHale Park

Saturday May 4th at 5.15pm

Match Tickets can be purchased here

Watch on Spórt TG4 YouTube, click here

Live score updates on our X feed via Whatsthescor App

Commentary on Galway Bay FM

Best of Luck to Derek Savage, team management and our U20 Footballers!

 

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Team News: Galway v Mayo, Connacht SFC Final

The Galway Senior Football Team to face Mayo on Sunday in the Connacht Senior Football Final is announced,

GALWAY V MAYO

Pearse Stadium at 4.00pm

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Watch Live on RTE TV.

Match Commentary on Galway Bay FM and RnaG

Live score updates via WhatstheScor App on our X feed

Best of Luck to Pádraic Joyce, Team Management and our Senior Football squad!

 

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2024 All-Ireland SFC draw

The draw took place for the All-Ireland SFC group stages on Tuesday afternoon.

Action is set to commence on May 18/19 with matches featuring the Connacht and Munster winners and runners-up.

The following week May 25/26 the Leinster and Ulster winners and runners-up will have their first group fixtures.

The top team in each group advances to the All-Ireland SFC quarter-finals. Counties finishing in second and third place will meet at the preliminary quarter-final stage.

Group 1: Connacht SFC Winner, Ulster SFC Runner-Up, Derry, Westmeath

Group 2: Leinster SFC Winner, Connacht SFC Runner-Up, Roscommon, Cavan

Group 3: Ulster SFC Winner, Munster SFC Runner-Up, Tyrone, Cork

Group 4: Munster SFC Winner, Leinster SFC Runner-Up, Monaghan, Meath

Round 1

18-19.05.2024 (Sat/Sun)

Seed 1 (Munster/Connacht Champions) v Seed 3

Seed 2 (Munster/Connacht Runners Up) v Seed 4

25-26.05.2024 (Sat/Sun)

Seed 1 (Leinster/Ulster Champions) v Seed 3

Seed 2 (Leinster/Ulster Runners Up) v Seed 4

(Seed 1 & 2 will have home venue)

Round 2

01-02.06.2024 (Sat/Sun)

Seed 3 v Seed 2

Seed 4 v Seed1

(Seed 3 & 4 will have home venue)

Round 3

15-16.06.2024 (Sat/Sun)

Seed 1 v Seed 2

Seed 3 v Seed 4

(Neutral venues)

Full fixture details will be confirmed by the C.C.C.C in due course.

Tickets for Connacht Senior Football Championship Final

Connacht GAA Senior Football Championship Final
Tickets go on sale at 3.00 PM today 
 
Click here to purchase⤵️
Fixture Details
Galway v Mayo
Sunday May 5th 2024
Pearse Stadium at 4.00PM

The various prices for the match tickets are as follows:

NB: Dul Isteach- Ticket Only

Pre-purchase Prices

– Stand €35

– Terrace € 25

Concessions

– OAP: €5 reduction Stand and Terrace

– Students: €5 reduction Terrace only

– U 16: €5 reduction Terrace Only

– Family Tickets: Stand Adult + Juvenile €40 (Tickets limited)

All patrons intending to travel to the Final are reminded to purchase your tickets in advance as there will be no tickets on sale outside the ground on the day.

Tickets are also available to purchase in the following stores
Centra  Oughterard  Galway 
Centra  Kilcolgan  Galway 
Centra  Carnmore  Galway 
Centra  Ballygar  Galway 
Centra  Corofin  Galway 
Centra  Tuam  Galway 
Centra  Tuam Road(Monaghans)  Galway 
Centra  Headford  Galway 
Centra  Oranmore  Galway 
Centra  Ballinasloe  Galway 
Centra  Gort  Galway 
Centra  Spiddal  Galway 
SuperValu  Claregalway  Galway 
SuperValu  Barna  Galway 
SuperValu  Loughrea – Michael McInerney  Galway 
SuperValu  Tuam  Galway 
SuperValu  Clifden  Galway 
SuperValu  Gort  Galway 
SuperValu  Ballinasloe  Galway 
SuperValu  Lackagh  Galway 
SuperValu  Portumna – O’Meara  Galway 
SuperValu  Mountbellew  Galway 

Team News: Galway Minor Football v Mayo, Connacht MFC

The Galway Team to face Mayo in the Connacht Minor Football Championship Round 3 game is announced

Galway v Mayo
📍Tuam Stadium
📆Friday 26 April 2024
🕑6.45PM

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Best of Luck to Neil McHugh, team management and our Minor squad!

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EirGrid Connacht U20: Impressive Galway advance

EirGrid Connacht U20 Football Championship Semi-Final

Galway 0-23 Sligo 1-12

By Kevin Egan at Hastings Insurance MacHale Park

The sun came out for the final set of round robin games in the Eirgrid Connacht U-20FC, but Galway were idle at that stage, having already secured their place in the knockout stages with five points from their first four games.

Tonight Derek Savage’s side had their first outing in Summer conditions in Castlebar and the young Tribesmen absolutely thrived, dominating the opening quarter to build up what ultimately proved to be an insurmountable lead.

Galway’s football in the first 18 minutes was nothing short of sublime. Twelve points were fired over Ethan Carden’s crossbar, and the only wide was a spilled ball from a tackle – every attempt at the posts resulted in the umpire reaching for the flag.

Shay McGlinchey continued to mark himself out as one of the brightest young prospects in the province with an outstanding all-round display and he had two early points on the board, both highlight reel material.

However, the real evidence that Galway could do no wrong was corner forward Jack Mullin, who stepped in as a last-minute replacement for Ronan Colleran and duly terrorised the Sligo full back line, plundering four points from play in the opening half, including an eye-of-a-needle effort that he squeezed through from an impossible angle on the left wing.

At 0-12 to 0-1 with the 20 minute mark looming, it looked catastrophic for last year’s All-Ireland finalists. Galway were dominating the Sligo kickout, while Ross Coen got on the scoresheet with an elegant finish, but the ease with which he sauntered through to get an unchallenged shot away made for dreadful viewing for Sligo supporters.

Then, in 10 ten minutes before half-time, there was a flicker of hope. Defensively they got to grips with things a bit more, and after one goal effort from Rian O’Callaghan was blocked out for a 45, their next attempt saw Robert O’Kelly Lynch drive down through the heart of the defence and set up Connor Flynn for a goal, reducing the half-time deficit to eight points (0-13 to 1-2).

Sligo needed to keep that momentum up into the second half, but Galway’s ongoing ability to win ball from long restarts ensured that they kept the scoreboard moving throughout an enjoyable but ultimately uncompetitive half of football.

Eamon McGrath’s kickouts were impeccable – the Claregalway man further demonstrated his dead ball ability with two excellent pointed frees – and when he didn’t have McGlinchey or his club colleague Jack Lonergan as his primary target, Ciarán Mulhern had a productive outing as a third receiver, dropping into pockets of space from centre forward.

Luke Marren kicked some nice points for Sligo while Eli Rooney made a strong impression off the bench, with Rossa Sloyan and Conor Sheridan also kicking points that demonstrated the quality that there is in this Sligo group, but Galway never went too long without scoring themselves and they always had at least six points to spare as they set up a provincial final tilt against Roscommon on Saturday week.

Scorers for Galway: Jack Mullin 0-4, Colm Costello 0-4 (2fs), Matthew Thompson 0-3 (1f), Shay McGlinchey 0-2, Ciarán Mulhern 0-2, Cian Murphy 0-2, Eamon McGrath 0-2 (2fs), Ross Coen 0-1, Mark Mannion 0-1, Jack Lonergan 0-1, Fionn Mac Donnacha 0-1 (m).

Scorers for Sligo: Luke Marren 0-5 (3fs), Connor Flynn 1-0, Eli Rooney 0-3 (1f), Rossa Sloyan 0-1, Ronan Niland 0-1, Conor Sheridan 0-1, Robert O’Kelly Lynch 0-1.

Galway: Eamon McGrath; Shane Canavan, Darragh Costello, Brian Noone; Jack Folan, Ross Coen, Mark Mannion; Shay McGlinchey, Jack Lonergan; Matthew Thompson, Cian Murphy, Conor Heneghan; Jack Mullin, Ciarán Mulhern, Colm Costello.

Subs: Fionn Mac Donnacha for Mullin (44), Daithi Kilcommins for Heneghan (51), Luc O’Connor for Folan (53), Pádraic Godwin for Mannion (53), Cormac Greaney for Coen (58).

Sligo: Ethan Carden; Ronan O’Hehir, Conor Johnston, Tommy Ross; Rian O’Callaghan, Dylan McLoughlin, Rossa Sloyan; Ross Doherty, Conor Sheridan; Robert O’Kelly Lynch, Ronan Niland, Conor Walsh; Luke Marren, James Donlon, Conor Flynn.

Subs: Dillon Walsh for O’Callaghan (HT), Eli Rooney for Donlon (37), Mark McDaniel for Flynn (39), Eoin Barrett for Johnston (45), Oran Harte for Ross (49).

Referee: Michael McGirl (Leitrim).

Team News: Galway U20 Football v Sligo, Connacht GAA Semi-Final

The Galway U20 Football team to face Sligo in the Connacht U20 Football Championship Semi-Final is announced

Galway v Sligo

Hastings Insurance MacHale Park

Wednesday April 24th 2024 at 7.00pm

Buy Match Tickets, click here

Game will be broadcast on Sport TG4 YouTube Channel, click here

Best of Luck to Derek Savage, Team Management and our U20 Footballers!

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Connacht SFC: Galway survive stern Sligo test

Connacht SFC Semi-Final

Galway 1-13 Sligo 0-14

By Liam Maloney at Markievicz Park

Galway got out of jail at Markievicz Park as full-forward Robert Finnerty’s goal in second-half added time gave Padraic Joyce’s side a two-point win over a superb Sligo.

Finnerty, who finished with 1-5, was the match-winner and it was powerful substitute Damien Comer who helped turn things in Galway’s favour as they were on the brink of a shock defeat.

Holders Galway were looking to reach a ninth successive Connacht final while Sligo were aiming to qualify for a second successive decider for the first time.

Galway were favourites based not only on their Allianz Football League Division One status – compared to Sligo being in Division Three – but because they had 14 points to spare when they comfortably defeated Sligo in last year’s final at Hastings Insurance MacHale Park.

It was 12 years since Sligo last defeated Galway in the province at senior level – this was a semi-final in 2012.

Sligo were hoping to exploit home advantage as Markievicz Park was the scene for some thrilling contests with the Tribesmen over the years, including three draws at the Sligo town venue in the 1990s.

In splendid sunshine reminiscent of a championship weekend in June or July, Sligo belied pre-match predictions by taking the game to Galway and hurting them on the scoreboard.

Sligo registered four good points without reply to lead 0-4 to 0-0 by the 12th minute – this early surge included scores from Nathan Mullen, Cian Lally, Niall Murphy and Canice Mulligan.

Galway didn’t get on the scoreboard until Shane Walsh’s classy point after 13th minutes and they later fell four points down again, 0-5 to 0-1, after a fine Sligo score from the influential Patrick O’Connor.

The visitors finally began to get a foothold and three points without reply had them within a point of Sligo, 0-5 to 0-4, by the 23rd minute.

But Sligo stayed in front for the remainder of the opening half and were deserving of their three-point interval lead, 0-9 to 0-6.

Galway, however, had kicked six wides in the first-half (compared to Sligo’s four misses), and a series of unexploited goal chances from Galway let Sligo off the hook – Cein Darcy, Liam O’Conghaile and Jake McCabe all should have goaled.

Sligo looked to continue their zest in the second-half but when Galway summoned Damien Comer from the bench in the 47thminute Sligo were under additional pressure and Comer bagged a fine point within minutes of his introduction.

The hosts were three points clear, 0-13 to 0-10, after 50 minutes when Sean Carrabine pointed with aplomb but Sligo only scored once more after that when Niall Murphy landed a classy score from Patrick O’Connor’s pass eight minutes later.

Bit by bit Galway came back into it, without really impressing, as points from substitute Kieran Molloy and Cein Darcy made it a one-point game, 0-14 to 0-13, with additional time looming.

A defensive error led to Galway’s goal chance in the second minute of time added on. Damien Comer powered through and set up Johnny Heaney, who put the ball on a plate for Robert Finnerty to flick it into the net.

This goal put Galway in front for the first time, 1-13 to 0-14, and it was enough to get them over the line, albeit unconvincingly.

Scorers for Galway: Robert Finnerty 1-5 (1f), Damien Comer 0-2, Cein Darcy 0-2, Dylan McHugh 0-1, Johnny Heaney 0-1, Shane Walsh 0-1, Kieran Molloy 0-1.

Scorers for Sligo: Niall Murphy 0-3 (1f, 1 ‘mark’), Patrick O’Connor 0-3, Alan McLoughlin 0-2, Nathan Mullen 0-1, Darragh Cummins 0-1, Sean Carrabine 0-1, Canice Mulligan 0-1, Cian Lally 0-1, Mikey Gordon 0-1.

Galway: Conor Gleeson; Johnny McGrath, Sean Fitzgerald, Jack Glynn; Dylan McHugh, John Daly, Liam Silke; Paul Conroy, Sean Kelly; Johnny Heaney, Shane Walsh, Cein Darcy; Jack McCabe, Robert Finnerty, Liam O’Conghaile.

Subs: Damien Comer for Jack McCabe (42), Cillian O’Curraoin for Shane Walsh (47), Daniel O’Flaherty for John Daly (55), Kieran Molloy for Liam O’Conghaile (58), Patrick Egan for Paul Conroy (64).

Sligo: Aidan Devaney; Evan Lyons, Eddie McGuinness, Paul McNamara; Brian Cox, Nathan Mullen, Darragh Cummins; Sean Carrabine, Canice Mulligan; Cian Lally, Alan McLoughlin, Patrick O’Connor; Paul Kilcoyne, Niall Murphy, Mikey Gordon.

Subs: Lee Deignan for Mikey Gordon (52), Mark Walsh for Cian Lally (62), Peter Laffey for Darragh Cummins (65), Eoghan Smith for Sean Carrabine (67), Donal Conlon for Patrick O’Connor (70+1).

Referee: Barry Tiernan (Dublin).

Team News: Galway v Sligo, Connacht SFC Semi-Final

The Galway Senior Football team to face Sligo in the Connacht GAA Senior Football Championship Semi Final on Saturday is announced

🗓️Sat, 20 Apr 2024
🕞3.30PM
📍Markievicz Park, Sligo

Buy Match Tickets online in advance, click here to purchase tickets

Game is not broadcast on TV or Live Streamed, do not click on or purchase any fake streaming links.

Match Day commentary live on Galway Bay FM Radio.

We will have Live Score updates on our Social Channels via WhatstheScór App.

 Best of Luck to Pádraic Joyce, Team Management & our Senior Footballers !

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Team News: Galway v Roscommon, Connacht U17 Football

The Galway U17 football team to face Roscommon in Round 2 of the Connacht Minor Football championship on Friday is announced

Galway v Roscommon, Dr Hyde Park, 6.45PM.

Buy Match Tickets online in advance, click here to purchase.

Match Tickets will not be on sale at the venue, U16s go free and do not require a ticket.

Game is Live Streamed on Connacht GAA website, click here to purchase the streaming pass.

Do not click on or purchase any fake streaming links!

Best of Luck to Neil McHugh, team management and Minor squad!

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