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Galway United women shock champions Shelbourne

Galway United women recorded the biggest win in their fledgling history against champions Shelbourne in a sunny Tolka Park on Saturday.

Tolka test looms for united women

Galway United Women fell to their second successive home defeat when losing 1-0 to bohemian FC in Eamonn Deacy Park on saturday.

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).

McKey is 'set and ready' to lead a new era in women's football

Galway United's captain for 2023 is Lynsey McKey, with Jenna Slattery and Therese Kinnevey named as vice-captains.

New era for Galway women's football

This Saturday in Eamonn Deacy Park, Galway United Women will play their first competitive fixture when they entertain Wexford Youths on Saturday (2pm).

History in the making this weekend

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History will be made in Galway this Saturday when the first ever senior Galway United football team will play in the Women’s National League. The development brings to an end the uncertainty that beset the women’s game in Galway last Autumn when it was announced that Galway WFC would not be applying to play in this year’s league.

Sporting Year 2022

It has to be the year of the Shark, that’s John ‘Shark’ Hanlon from County Carlow. He bought a horse called Hewick. He didn’t pay dearly for it (not even a thousand euro) and then won the Galway Plate last summer. He added another win at Sandown, and between the two he pocketed half a million euro. Not bad for a year’s work. But just last October he won the American Grand National at Fair Hills in New Jersey with a $160,000 dollar first prize. Now he is 33/1 to take the Cheltenham Gold Cup in March. D’ya think, maybe.

Galway United manager Trill wants us all behind club’s new women’s teams

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Pobal, peil agus paisean was recently adopted as a club motto by Galway United. It may have found its embodiment in newly appointed women’s first team manager Phil Trill.

Moran relishing coaching roles

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

Murphy excited about new challenge

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These are encouraging times for Galway WFC with new manager Alan Murphy eager to build on a solid foundation that has been established.


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