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Excitement for Galway United Women ahead of season opener away to highflying Athlone

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Galway United Women brought the curtain down on their pre-season campaign with a creditable draw against Wexford in Maree last Saturday evening.

Trill’s ambition is to build on the success of last season

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There are still nine weeks before the SSE Airtricity Women’s Premier Division kicks off. Yet Galway United Women’s manager Phil Trill is already focused on improving on a historic season.

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

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by Declan Varley

United women maintain their push to delight of record home crowd

Galway United Women should be delighted with their night’s work on Saturday. In front of a national TV audience, they displayed their talent with a comfortable 2-0 win over a decent DLR Waves team.

Join the women's march to Terryland with free tickets

Galway United Women are gearing up for a massive game this Saturday when they host DLR Waves in Eamonn Deacy Park (Kick-Off 7.35pm).

Have you got your free tickets for Saturday’s Galway United match?

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Avenir All Island Cup winners Galway United will host top side DLR Waves in a Women’s National League game at Eamonn Deacy Park on Saturday evening — and you and your family and friends can be there to see it free of charge.

United Women continue to set the pace with emphatic win

Galway United Women announced their return to league action with an emphatic 3-0 win over Cork City in Eamonn Deacy Park on Saturday.

Advertiser and Galway United giving away 1,000 tickets to next home match

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United women lose McGuinness to England

Phil Trill's cup winning Galway United Women resume Premier Division action on Saturday when they entertain Cork City at Saturday in Eamonn Deacy Park (5pm).

Long-held dream comes true for Galway women

Lynsey McKey had barely hoisted the Avenir Sports All-Island Cup when manager Phil Trill beckoned her and his squad to celebrate with the fans who had travelled from Galway to be a part of history.


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