Gaelic Games: Campbell calls for consistency ahead of League

CONSISTENCY in performance is the target for Antrim’s hurlers heading into the League campaign as they fine-tuned their preparations for the opening game away to Kilkenny next Sunday in their final Walsh Cup game at the weekend. Galway were six points better on the scoreboard, but the performance was...
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Shane Doherty re-signs with Galway United

American winger Shane Doherty will be staying with Galway United for the coming season, having announced that he is re-signing for 2022. The young winger, who holds both Irish and American citizenship, has said that getting the Tribesmen promoted to the Premier Division is the “number on goal” for the coming year, and that he hopes to play a part in that.
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Walsh Cup: Antrim defeated 1-23 to 1-17 by Galway in Darver

Antrim signed off their Walsh Cup campaign with defeat as they fell to a 1-23 to 1-17 loss to Galway in Darver. The Saffrons battled their way through the first half to trail 0-13 to 0-10 at the break. John Fleming's 43rd-minute goal put Galway - managed by Kilkenny legend...
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Gaelic Games: Much improved Antrim come up short against Galway

Antrim 1-17 Galway 1-23 ANTRIM'S Walsh Cup campaign may have ended in defeat to Galway at Darver on Saturday afternoon, but the Saffrons will be feeling much better about themselves than they were a week ago after a disappointing day in Offaly. Six points separated the teams at the final...

Gaelic Games: Saffrons set for Galway challenge

THE Walsh Cup will likely come to an end for Antrim and Galway at Darver Centre of Excellence in Louth on Saturday (2pm) as both will aim to put last week’s disappointment behind them. The Tribesmen were shredded 3-29 to 0-19 by Dublin who are now all but assured...

Henry Shefflin insists Galway won’t ‘panic’ after Dublin disaster

Galway senior hurling manager Henry Shefflin has insisted his side won’t panic after they suffered a 19-point loss to Dublin in the Walsh Cup. Dublin proved to be far too strong for Galway in the pre-season competition, as they ran out as 3-29 to 0-19 winners at Parnell Park on Sunday afternoon.
Roscommon Herald

Brave Roscommon fall short in FBD League final

A more experienced Galway team got their act together in the second half to see off a young, inexperienced Roscommon team by two points, 1-18 to 1-16, in this evening’s highly competitive FBD Connacht League final at the NUI Galway Connacht GAA Air Dome. Anthony Cunningham’s charges, who retired...

Galway Tribesmen getting ready for Challenge Cup debut v Pilkington Recs

Venue: Ruskin Drive, St Helens Date: Saturday, 13 January Kick-off: 14:30 GMT Coverage: Live scores on the BBC Sport website. The Galway Tribesmen will have to undertake a lengthy coach trip and a late night ferry crossing ahead of their Challenge Cup first-round tie against Pilkington Recs this weekend. But...

Sligo’s focus now on league after defeat to the Rossies

SLIGO’S run in the Connacht FBD campaign came to end at the hands of a well-drilled Roscommon outfit on Saturday night as Tony McEntee’s side now look ahead to beginning their Allianz League on January 30th away to Wexford. drift by 7 points at the break, the final...

Galway United signs Spanish striker Manu Dimas

Galway United is recruiting new talent from far afield with the signing of Spanish born striker Manu Dimas. The 29 year old Dimas joins the Tribesmen following a brief spell at Spanish Tercera Division side CF Union Viera. Dimas, who hails from Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, is a well...

Buccaneers Continue Strong Early Season Form - Club Notes

Buccaneers overcame a potentially tricky Connacht Senior Cup hurdle when they recorded a clearcut 31-7 victory over Galway Corinthians at Corinthian Park on Saturday. The Tribesmen had been on a free-scoring winning run of late in the All-Ireland League and the Pirates were wary ahead of their raid west. But Buccs dominated from the start, building up a 24-0 half-time lead and then displayed resilience and pragmatism to protect theiradvantage after the change of ends.

Henry Shefflin on new life as Galway manager: The winters are cold, but the reception is very warm

The Henry Shefflin era has started with a win for Galway’s senior hurlers as the Tribesmen beat Michael Fennelly’s Offaly 2-19 to 0-19 on Sunday. Speaking to Galway Bay FM after the game, the ten-time All-Ireland winner with Kilkenny praised the response of his new charges for this time of the year in getting stuck it, figuring out their problems, and getting the right result.

Manning signs for Galway United again in 2022

Ronan Manning Re-Signs for the 2022 season at Eamonn Deacy Park, after a promising start to last season was brought to a halt due to injury. Ronan is now fully recovered and delighted to get started again with the Tribesmen. Manning, who operates in a creative number 10. role primarily,...

Spanish-born striker signs for Galway United

Galway United are delighted to announce the signing of Spanish-born striker Manu Dimas. 29-year-old Dimas joins the Tribesmen following a brief spell at Spanish Tercera Division side CF Union Viera. The striker, who hails from Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, brings a wealth of experience to Corribside having played for...

Henry Shefflin names his first Galway side

Galway have named their side for tomorrow's Walsh Cup meeting with Offaly in Ballinasloe. It will be Henry Shefflin's first competitive game in charge of the Tribesmen.
Jacksonville Daily Progress

Lopez scores twice in Jacksonville's 4-1 win over Marshall

Juan Lopez scored a pair of goals on Friday to help send Jacksonville to a 4-1 win over Marshall in the Jacksonville Showcase. The Jacksonville offense has opened the season by scoring a flurry — nine, to be exact — of goals with several Tribesmen cracking the scoring column, which is something that will always make a coach happy.

Galway overcome Mayo at the Dome

Galway have booked their place into the Connacht FBD Championship final following a four point win over Mayo this evening at the NUIG Dome at the Connacht Centre of Excellence. James Horan handed out a number of debuts in what was a very tight affair throughout. Galway led by three...

Defeat for Mayo in FBD League semi-final

Mayo's first outing of the year ended in a four-point defeat to Galway at the NUI Galway Connacht GAA Air Dome in Bekan this evening (Friday). The Tribesmen won by 0-17 to 0-13 in a lively FBD League semi-final encounter. A number of Mayo's debutants impressed in the first half,...