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Despite strong performance, United U19s shaded in final

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United provide successful connection between team, management and fans

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On the sultry Saturday afternoon Galway United exited the FAI Cup, John Caulfield spotted a distraught and distressed young fan not yet fully versed in the harsh reality of the domestic game. Tears flowed, the pain of defeat hitting hard.

United must maintain focus in return to league action

Galway United men were rewarded with a second-round Sports Direct FAI Cup draw away to UCD as a reward for a comfortable 4-1 first-round victory over Bangor Celtic on Saturday.

The Leaving Cert

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The Leaving Certificate, also known as Gaeilge as the Árd Teist, was first established in this country in 1924 and the first papers were marked in 1925. It is the final examination in the secondary school system and also serves as the university matriculation exam. There was a time when these two were separate exams. It is for the senior school cycle, most of the participants are 16 to 19 years old, although an increasing number of mature student now sit the tests.

United U14s advance to league semi-finals

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An accomplished performance ensured Xavi Vazquez's promising Galway United U14 outfit defeated St Patrick's Athletic 4-0 in a league quarter-final at Eamonn Deacy Park.

Costello stars for Galway WFC

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It was an eventful few days for Aoibheann Costello, who made a significant impact in the WNL for Galway WFC.

Another busy weekend looms in national underage leagues

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Saturday’s Mark Farren Cup quarter-final away to Athlone Town will be a revealing encounter for Martin Devlin’s Galway United U17 outfit.

Underage action continues

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It was a weekend of mixed fortunes for Galway United's underage teams.

Back to school time

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This is the time of the year when our thoughts turn to schoolbooks, copy books, pens and pencils, bus schedules, etc, as we prepare our children and grandchildren for the new school year. Inevitably it brings our thoughts back to our own school years, the friendships we formed, the teachers we liked or disliked. In those first days in class you felt you had been abandoned by your mother as she left you in with a crowd of complete strangers presided over by an adult that you had never seen before. In the case of anyone who went to Scoil Fhursa that adult was known as Bean Uí Duignan. She was a saint who quickly became a surrogate mother to every child that entered her classroom, walked them up and down the clós during sosanna, and prepared them for whatever was ahead.

First win of the season for Moriarty in Masters Pro-Am

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Athlone-based golf professional Colm Moriarty (Drive Golf Performance) put any lingering Irish PGA Championship disappointment behind him by powering to success in the Slieve Russell Masters Pro-Am on Tuesday.


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