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United have little time to savour win over Waterford

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Galway United moved 10 points clear at the summit of the SSE Airtricity first division table following a valuable 2-1 win over promotion rivals Waterford FC in Eamonn Deacy Park on Friday.

The Corrib Rowing and Yachting Club

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This club, originally established in 1864, must be one of the oldest in Galway, if not one of the oldest amateur sporting clubs in the country. Unfortunately, the minutes of the club meetings for 1864 and 1865 cannot be found, but we are fortunate that Maurice Semple had access to the minutes for most other years and published them in a book entitled A Century of Minutes, the Story of the Corrib Club, 1864 – 1966.

Loughrea produce last-minute point to send hurling final to a replay

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For the first time since their remarkable run of unbeaten county final appearances began in 2012, St Thomas left Pearse Stadium on Sunday without the Tom Callinan Cup in their possession.

Enjoy a world of wine at Cavavin

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Cavavin is the leading French network of local franchise wine merchants with more than 150 franchisees across France and internationally in Ireland, England, Scotland, and Switzerland, to name a few.

Dimas goal steers gritty United to victory

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Waterford FC 0 Galway United 1

United win at the Carlisle Grounds

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Bray Wanderers 1 Galway United 3

Murphy enjoying Galway WFC assignment

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On the eve of a new WNL campaign Galway WFC are ready, willing, and able to make an impact.

Glynn delighted with return of national underage leagues

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The national underage leagues commence this weekend with Galway United head of academy Johnny Glynn simply delighted that competitive action will resume.

Moran relishing coaching roles

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Alana Moran remains hopeful Galway WFC can continue to develop talent from the west of Ireland.

John Tierney and Jimmy Ward RIP

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Galway sport lost two respected figures recently with the sad passing of John Tierney and Jimmy Ward.

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