Search Results for 'Ornamentation'

9 results found.

As United get ready for Underdogs finale, successful Trill offered two more years at helm

image preview

by Declan Varley

Trill is proud of his pioneering women despite loss

Galway United Women produced a brave effort in Eamonn Deacy Park on Saturday in their inaugural competitive fixture when losing 1-0 to a highly fancied Wexford Youths side, and next up is a visit to Turner's Cross for Saturday's clash with with Cork City (5pm).

Galway Bohemians making impressive progress

image preview

One of the great stories in local football is that Galway Bohemians are becoming relevant again.

Trill hails character of classy U19 team

image preview

"It has been an amazing week, to have three fixtures in such a short space of time, to win them all was really important for us," Galway WFC U19 manager Phil Trill says.

Trill worried about incidents and racism

image preview

“I'm beyond slightly concerned, I'm getting to a stage now where I'm confident we are going to have a major incident at a match, I'm confident there is going to be a serious assault or someone is going to get very seriously injured,” Tom Trill, chairman of the Galway Football Association says about some worrying trends he has noticed at local fixtures since the junior and juvenile season commenced in September.

New collaborative approach with underage squads

image preview

The Galway Football Association has agreed to collaborate with Galway United.

Trill eager to develop young talent

Galway WFC has appointed Phil Trill as youth development manager.

Trill adds new coaching staff

image preview

Phil Trill will remain in charge of the Galway WFC U17 team for the upcoming 2021 season.

Solicitor sobs as she is jailed for stealing €260,000

image preview

A former solicitor who stole €260,000 from her clients over a three year period has been jailed for a year. Jacqueline Durcan (47), a mother of five originally from Co Mayo, carried out the thefts after a series of “catastrophic” investments during the property boom. Most of the money stolen was put back into the family practice, including paying for professional indemnity insurance, while €51,000 was used towards stamp duty for the purchase of her own home, the court heard.

 

Page generated in 0.0315 seconds.