John Mulligan and Gerry Murphy were joined by Martin Burke, Paul Flaherty and Chelline Trill from the Under 14 side and by Noel Connolly, Gerry Gilmore, Emma Connolly and Aoife Philips from the Under 18 Team as they looked forward to Sunday’s Finals.Audio Playerhttps://s3-eu-west-1.amazonaws.com/sports.podcast/CREGMORE+CLAREGALWAY+FEATURE.mp300:0000:0000:00Use Up/Down Arrow keys to increase or decrease volume. WFAI Under 18 Cup – Route To The FinalRound OneCregmore/Claregalway FC 5 Killeigh FC 0Round TwoCastlebar Celtic 3 Cregmore/Claregalway FC 4Quarter FinalCarrigaline Utd 2 Cregmore/Claregalway FC 6Semi-FinalCregmore/Claregalway FC 5 Kentstown FC 2 Cregmore/Claregalway face a possibly historic day on Sunday with their Under 14 and under 18 Girls Teams in WFAI Cup Finals at Eamonn Deacy Park. At 1pm, The Under 14 side face Kilmore followed by the Under 18 Final against Peamount. WFAI Under 14 Cup – Route To The FinalRound TwoCregmore/Claregalway 7 Mervue United 0Round ThreeCregmore/Claregalway v Castlebar Town – Conceded by Castlebar TownRound FourCregmore/Claregalway 1 Ballingarry 0Quarter FinalMucklagh 3 Cregmore/Claregalway 5Semi-FinalNewcastle West 1 Cregmore/Claregalway 2 print WhatsApp Facebook Twitter Email
30/03/2018 Galway United v Longford Town. Sam Verdon (Longford Town), Stephen Walsh (Galway United). Photo: Sean Ryan | sportsphoto.ie Galway United travel to the City Calling Stadium tonight to face Longford Town at 7.45pm. The Tribesmen will be looking to show a reaction after suffering a disappointing 1-0 reversal at the hands of Drogheda United at Eamonn Deacy Park last week. Shane Keegan’s side will play three times in the space of the next 7 days, with games to come up against Cobh Ramblers on Monday and Finn Harps on Friday of next week.When the sides met earlier in the season, it was a stalemate at Eamonn Deacy Park, both sides struggled to break the deadlock in a drab 0-0 draw. After last week’s loss against Drogheda United, Shane Keegan is seeking a response from his players in the midlands.SHANE KEEGAN WANTS UNITED TO BOUNCE BACK“We were disappointed with the result against Drogheda last week. There wasn’t many chances or much difference between the two sides, so it was frustrating to come out on the wrong side of that result. In our two previous defeats so far this season, we’ve bounced back with back-to-back victories, which shows that we’re a team that responds well and tends to bounce back. It is of paramount importance that we do shake that result out of our system straight away and bounce back into good form immediately. These are tough games. This is another six pointer for us. I think there’s a lot of pressure on Longford. They’re looking at it and there is currently a four point gap between us and Longford. If we did manage to go there and get a win, all of a sudden there is a seven point gap and that could be quite hard to claw back. They’ll certainly feel the pressure and won’t want us to come out of there with the three points and it’s our intention to do just that.”TEAM NEWSAlan Conway (knee) continues to miss out. Danny Furlong (hamstring) and Tadhg Ryan (quad) both came off injured against Drogheda United last week and both players are rated as doubtful.GALWAY UNITED GOALSCORERSDanny Furlong – 7Eoin McCormack – 5Conor Barry – 3Alan Murphy – 2Marc Ludden – 2Ronan Manning – 1Carlton Ubaezuonu – 1Stephen Kenny – 1Ryan Connolly – 1Robbie Williams – 1 FORM GUIDELONGFORD TOWNCobh Ramblers 0-1 Longford TownCobh Ramblers 2-0 Longford TownWexford 0-2 Longford TownLongford Town 1-1 ShelbourneAthlone Town 1-1 Longford TownGALWAY UNITEDAthlone Town 0-3 Galway UnitedFinn Harps 1-0 Galway UnitedGalway United 2-0 UCDCabinteely 1-2 Galway UnitedGalway United 0-1 Drogheda UnitedLAST MEETINGMarch 30th, 2018 | Galway United 0-0 Longford Townprint WhatsApp Facebook Twitter Email
The Sevens has become one of the highlights of the GAA Calendar in the county with top quality sevens hurling and camogie being played over the weekend with a very strong social element added due to the events in McCarthys following the games. print WhatsApp Facebook Twitter Email Kilbeacanty GAA Club Chairman Justin Fahey spoke to John MulliganAudio Playerhttps://download-galwaybay.sharp-stream.com/JUSTIN%20FAHEY%20KILBEACANTY%20SEVENS.mp300:0000:0000:00Use Up/Down Arrow keys to increase or decrease volume. This weekend, the Kilbeacanty Sevens celebrate the 100th anniversary of when the very first tournament was played in 1918.
Damien Landers and Rory Chesser of Ennis Track AC were next home, in a tight battle for the podium places, finishing in 24.29 and 24.35 respectively. First Galway athlete over the line was Brendan McDonnell of GCH in fourth with a very good run in 24.43, ahead of fifth placer Andrew Annett of North Belfast Harriers who ran 24.48. Ennis Track took the Men’s team prize for the second year running with GCH in secondFirst three ladies (L-R): Regina Casey of GCH, winner Siobhan O’Doherty of Borrisokane AC andJane Ann Meehan of Athenry AC.In the Ladies section, Irish international Siobhan O’Doherty of Borrisokane AC stormed home to an incredible third title, clocking 27.50 for a well-deserved victory for the Tipperary native, O’Doherty finished ahead of top local athletes Regina Casey GCH in second with a personal best 28.38 and Jane Ann Meehan of Athenry AC who came home in 29.55. Rounding out the top five were Margaret Murphy of Mallow AC, and Emma Grimes of GCH. GCH also took the Ladies team title, ahead of Crusaders AC second.The race was once again a roaring success, thanks to the hard-working committee of Galway City Harriers, along with the assistance of hundreds of volunteers, the City Council and Gardai among others, all of whom contributed to making the race one of Galway great summer eventsHuge crowds lined the start at GTI on Fr Griffin Road, and the race routes through the City Centre, Salthill and the Claddagh and especially finish at South Park. A Record number of runners finished the race in a field which saw thousands of Galwegians and many tourists and visitors from Irish and UK athletics clubs, take to the City streets to run this iconic event. The race was once again sponsored by the Galway Clinic. National League finalGCH, Galway Men and Galway Ladies squads all compete in the National Track and Field League final which will be held in Tullamore next Sunday. The League is a team based event and Galway City Harriers Men’s team under Cliff Jennings will be aiming for a podium finish in the Premier spurred on the likes of Sean Breathnach in the field and Cillin Greene in the sprints . Likewise Galway Ladies will also aiming high, with Sarah Finnegan’s charges featuring athletes from GCH, Craughwell and other county clubs, such as walker Maeve Curley of Craughwell, Sinead Treacy of Craughwell and Nicole Walsh of GCH on the track , and Emma O’Hara of GCH in the field .Galway Men will have the task of trying to secure promotion from Division One, under managers Sean McDermott and Michael Tobin, with Craughwell, Castlegar, and Tuam AC clubs forming the backbone of the squad. Galway Clinic Streets of Galway 8k First three men (L to R): Damien Landers of Ennis Track, winner John Travers of Donore Harriers, and Rory Chesser of Ennis TrackJohn Travers of Donore Harriers won the 33rd edition of the famous Streets of Galway 8k Road Race held Saturday evening last around the city ,with a superb front running performance, befitting his National champion status. Travers, Irish international and National 1500m champion, took off in the first kilometer from the lead pack, and established an early lead, which he was never to relinquish, winning in a time of 23.56 to take his first Streets victory. Connemara 100Thomas Klimas won the 100 mile race in Connemara held all day Saturday, winning in 15 hours 48 minutes, with Andrew Darcy second and Rex Brillantes third. First lady home was Nicola Duffy National Masters Track and Field Championships Many of Galway’s top Masters athletes will compete at the National Masters Track and Field Championships to be held next Saturday in final which will be held in Tullamore next Saturday, including Ian Egan of Tuam and Martin McEvilly, Majella Loftus and Sonya King of GCH.print WhatsApp Facebook Twitter Email FixturesCaltra 5kFriday, 17 August, 2018 next sees the Caltra 5k, which will incorporate the Galway AAI 5k Road Race Championships.All Galway clubs are encouraged to have teams of women and men competing in this event.Registration on the day from 6pm at the Caltra Community Centre or at: firstname.lastname@example.org Race start is at 7.30pm
At Corofin: SFC Group 2 – Salthill/Knocknacarra v Tuam Stars 1pmIFC Relegation – Oughterard v Kilkerrin/Clonberne 2.45pm Saturday 22nd September:At Tuam Stadium: SFC Group 2 – Annaghdown v Barna 3.45pmSFC Group 4 – Milltown v St. Michaels 5.30pm Sunday 23rd of September: At Rosmuc: IFC 1/4 final – Clifden v Oileáin Arann 3pm The final round of group games in the senior football championship have been fixed for the weekend after next with still a lot to play for in all four groups. In Group 2, Annaghdown look certain to qualify for the last 8 as they play a Barna team destined for the releagtion battle. Salthill Knocknacarra can claim the second spot if they beat Tuam Stars, but if they fail to win Killannin will make the quarter finals.In Group 3, Mountbellew Moylough are into the quarter finals as group winners regardless of the result of their final game against relegation play-off bound Leitir Mor. Caherlistrane will jump above Killererin and into the last 8 if they beat Kilconly, but will end up in a relegation dogfight if the result goes the other way.In Group 4, Milltown are sure of a place in the quarter finals as they play St Michaels. It’s a straight battle beteen Monivea Abbey and Moycullen for the second spot.The quarter finals of the Intermediate Championship and the two Intermediate relegation semi finals are also down for decision. At Pearse Stadium: IFC 1/4 final – An Spideal v Menlough 3pmIFC 1/4 final – Micheál Breathnach v Oranmore/Maree 4.45pm At Moycullen: SFC Group 1 – Claregalway v An Cheathru Rua 3.30pmSFC Group 3 – Mountbellew/Moylough v Leitir Mór 5.15pm In Group 1, Corofin and St James are guaranteed to take their place in the quarter finals as they meet to see who finishes top, but Claregalway and An Cheathru Rua will both be playing to avoid getting sucked into the relegation battle. At Barnaderg: Junior B Final – Padraic Pearses v Corofin 1.30pmIFC Relegation – Williamstown v St. Gabriels 3.15pm print WhatsApp Facebook Twitter Email Fixtures for Weekend September 22nd/23rdSenior Round 5, Intermediate Qtr. Finals & Relegation Play-offs: At Tuam Stadium: SFC Group 3 – Caherlistrane v Kilconly 2.30pmIFC 1/4 final – Dunmore MacHales v Headford 4.15pm At Pearse Stadium: SFC Group 1 – Corofin v St. James 2.15pmSFC Group 4 – Monivea/Abbey v Moycullen 4.00pm
Saturday, Oct 20th: Minor A county football final – Salthill Knocknacarra v Claregalway 2pm Pearse Stadium; Intermediate championship final – An Spideal v Micheal Breathnach 4pm Pearse Stadium The county senior football championship semi finals will be played next Sunday in Tuam Stadium, with Mountbellew Moylough v Salthill Knocknacarra at 1.30pm followed by Corofin v Annaghdown at 3.15pm. On Saturday there is a mouth watering double header in Pearse Stadium as the Minor A county final between Claregalway and Salthill Knocknacarra throws in at 2pm followed by the Intermediate county final between An Spideal and Micheal Breathnach at 4pm. Sunday, Oct 21st: Senior championship semi finals: Mountbellew Moylough v Salthill Knocknacarra 1.30pm Tuam Stadium; Corofin v Annaghdown 3.15pm Tuam StadiumThe relegation picture is becoming clearer in both senior and intermediate as we see in the tables below. In the senior championship, Caltra are the first team to be relegated to intermediate and they will be joined by the loser of Kilconly v Cortoon Shamrocks. The third team to be relegated will come from the play-off loser which will be the teams that finish second in both groups. Remaining games: Kilconly v Cortoon Shamrocks; Tuam Stars v Barna.In the intermediate championship, Glenamaddy have been relegated to junior and they will be joined by Williamstown, unless they beat St Brendans by 5 points or more. If St Brendans win, then Carna Cashel go into the relegation play-off against the loser of Athenry v Kilkerrin Clonberne in Group A. Remaining games: Athenry v Kilkerrin Clonberne; Williamstown v St Brendans. print WhatsApp Facebook Twitter Email
The SPAR FAI Primary Schools 5s Programme has seen participation figuresgrow year on year to become the largest primary schools’ competition in thecountry. Solar21 Park, Castlebar, Mayo played host to the Connacht Finals of theSPAR FAI Primary School 5s Programme on Thursday last. 37,448 students from 1,696 schools arecontesting the SPAR 5s this year, 322 of which hail from Connacht. Through aseries of local qualification rounds just 6 of the 30 schools progress from ahard-fought Connacht Finals day onto the National finals.The ‘A’ Cup, open to boys and/or mixed teams from small schools, had 5passionate schools with Ardkeeran NS, Sligo triumphant in what was athrilling contest edging past Brackloon NS, Mayo.The ‘B’ Cup, for medium sized schools, again proved to be a compellingdivision with 5 teams involved. The division was eventually won by CregmoreNS, Galway who topped the group on goal difference over a talented ScoilPadraig, Westport, Mayo side.The ‘C’ Cup, for large schools, was another hard-fought contest between5 very talented schools. St. John’s NS eventually came out on top of thelarge school’s division with a gallant St. Joseph’s NS, Ballinrobe in secondplace.Ardkeeran NS, Cregmore NS and St. John’s NS will now progress to theNational Finals on May 29 in the Aviva Stadium, Dublin.The rise in the number of girls putting boot to ball has beenparticularly pleasing for sponsors, SPAR, as 42% of participants are nowfemale. Participation in the girl’s division of the SPAR FAI Primary Schools 5sprogramme reached an all-time high this year with 15,640 girls from 4th,5th and 6th class registered making it more competitivethan ever.The Girls ‘A’, ‘B’ and ‘C’ Cup finals were held also held on the day,where there was a fantastic atmosphere throughout the competition. In the Girls ‘A’ Cup, for small schools, 5 took the honours in a reallyexciting and hard-fought division with a victorious Lisacul NS, Roscommon overcomingan excellent Ardagh NS, Mayo into second spot. In the Girls ‘B’ Cup Final, for medium sized schools, ClarinbridgeNS, Galway sealed qualification to the next stage after they overcame atough challenge from Newport NS, Mayo.Scoil Íde, Salthill put in afine display against Scoil Iognaidto win the Girls ‘C’ Cup division forlarge schools with the Salthill school progressing to the National Finals. The SPAR FAI Primary School 5s Programme has been in existence since themid 1990’s and has increased student participation levels by 14.5% since 2018up to 37,448. The competition is run acrosssix divisions, ensuring that schools of all sizes are catered for. Boysand girls are encouraged to play together but there is a separate competitionfor boys and girls dependent on school enrolment numbers.Dave Archbold, Secretary of FAI Schoolsstated, “This is our fifth year with title sponsors SPAR and I am delighted toreport that the competition has grown yet again and now firmly holds the titleof the largest primary schools’ competition in the country. SPAR’s ongoingsupport, both nationally and at a local level, has ensured the ongoing successof the programme and given 37,448 children an opportunity to get involved in aprofessionally-run, fun and inclusive programme. FAI Schools look forward towelcoming schools to the National Finals on Wednesday, May 29 in AvivaStadium. We would also like to extend our thanks to all schools who haveparticipated in 2019.” Colin Donnelly, SPARSales Director said, “As a community based retailer, SPARencourages a healthy and active lifestyle and is proud to be a supporter ofprimary schools’ soccer in association with the FAI. SPAR retailers in Connachthave been getting behind the SPAR FAIPrimary School 5s Programme, whichencourages children to get involved in football in a fun, safe and inclusiveenvironment.”The six Provincial Finalists will now travel to Dublin for the NationalFinals which will be held in the Aviva Stadium on Wednesday, May 29 (KO11.30am). We would urge all participating schools to take the day off andtravel to the Dublin finale to support their school in what should prove to bea phenomenal day for all involved, players and spectators alike. It promises to be a fantastic fun filled family day with a “Player ofthe Tournament” accolade for each section, goodie bags and medals for ALL 192participants as they’re all winners on the day! Spectators will be entertained with a super day of footie as well asface painting, samba drummers, a well-known DJ to play some great tunes to gearus up for the games and a chance f0r one special supporter to win an epic prizein the Young Sports Journalist competition. You’ll have to stay tuned on theday to see who will be crowned 2019 Champions. Cheer on the schools from your sofa or office chair if you can’t makethe trip to Dublin and follow the progress on the FAI Schools facebook andtwitter pages! Follow the action on social media platforms via #SPAR5s or at www.faischools.ieand www.spar.ieSummary ofour Connacht winners and runners up‘A’ Cup(small schools) Ardkeeran NS, Sligo BrackloonNS, Mayo‘B’ Cup(medium schools) Cregmore National SchoolCregmore NS,Galway ScoilPadraig, Westport‘C’ Cup(large schools) St. John’s NS, Knocknacarra St. John’s NS, Knocknacarra St. Joseph’s NS, BallinrobeGirls ‘A’Cup (small schools) Liscul NS,Roscommon Ardagh NS, MayoGirls ‘B’Cup (medium schools) Clarinbridge NSClarinbridge NS,Galway Newport NS, MayoGirls ‘C’Cup (largeschools) Scoil Ide SalthillScoil Íde,Salthill Scoil Iognáid, GaillimhSCHEDULE OF EVENTS:PROVINCIALUlster Final: May 8 Donegal League HQ, Ballyare, Co. DonegalConnacht Final: May 9 Solar21 Park, Castlebar, Co. MayoMunster Final: May 14 & 15 Seanchoill Sports Complex, Corbally, Limerick Leinster Final: May 16 MDL Grounds, Trim Road, Navan, Co. MeathNATIONALNational Final: May29 Aviva Stadium, Dublinprint
Galway and Mayo finished honours even after an enthralling battle in Elverys MacHale Park. Mayo scored three goals in the second half to force a replay. The sides will meet again on 7 July. Tommy Devane reports… Tommy Devane spoke with Galway manager Tim Rabbitte after the match, who believed Galway were lucky to snatch a draw…Listen back to Galway Bay FM’s live-match commentary from Tommy Devane and Emer Flaherty… print WhatsApp Facebook Twitter Email
Saturday7th September ClaregalwayHotel Senior Football Championship – Group 1Venue: Moycullen, (Round 5)Barna V An Spidéal 15:15, Ref: Noel Dempsey Venue: Kenny Park, (Round 5)St Michael’s V Killererin 15:15, Ref: Richard McNicholasVenue: Tuam Stadium, (Round 5)Salthill-Knocknacarra V Milltown 15:15, Ref: GearoidO Conamha ClaregalwayHotel Senior Football Championship – Group 3Venue: Pearse Stadium, (Round 5)Monivea-Abbey V Killannin 15:15, Ref: Ronan McNulty Venue: Kenny Park, (Round 5)Moycullen V Caherlistrane 17:00, Ref: Tommy Faherty(S) ClaregalwayHotel Senior Football Championship – Group 3Venue: Pearse Stadium, (Round 5)Mountbellew/Moylough V An Cheathrú Rua 17:00, Ref:Gerald Anthony Lohan U-16Football Division 1 AVenue: Monivea, (Championship Quarter Finals)Monivea-Abbey V Kilconly 18:00, Ref: TBC ClaregalwayHotel Intermediate Football Championship Venue: Tuam Stadium, (Quarter Final)Dunmore MacHales V Oranmore-Maree 17:00, Ref:Christopher RyanClaregalwayHotel Intermediate Football RelegationVenue: Annaghdown, (Relegation Semi Final)Clifden V St. Gabriels 14:45, Ref: Austin O’Connell Venue: Annaghdown, (Relegation Semi Final)Williamstown V Oileáin Arann 13:00, Ref: TBC Junior A Hurling Championship – Group 1Venue: Loughrea, (Round 5)Clarinbridge V Tynagh/Abbey-Duniry 17:30, Ref: Peter Murphy Junior Football ChampionshiVenue: The Prairie, (West Semi Final)Salthill-Knocknacarra V Claregalway 18:00, Ref: Noel Cummins Ard Ri House Hotel Junior A Championship North – Group BVenue: Menlough, (Round 3)Menlough V Corofin 18:30, Ref: Lloyd Kelly CarParts Warehouse Junior A Championship West – Group AVenue: Indreabhán, (Round 3)Micheál Breathnach V Oughterard 18:00, Ref: MairtinO Mainin JuniorB Football ChampionshipVenue: Oranmore, (West Semi Final)Oranmore-Maree V Oileáin Arann 14:00, Ref: Ger Cahill Junior C Hurling ChampionshipVenue: Loughrea, (Quarter-Final)Tommy Larkins V Clarinbridge 16:00, Ref: Michael Conway Junior C Hurling ChampionshipVenue: Duggan Park, (Quarter-Final)Sarsfields V Craughwell GAA Club 17:30, Ref: David Cunningham Ard Ri House Hotel Junior C Championship North – Group AVenue: Glenamaddy, (Round 3)Glenamaddy V Loughrea 18:30, Ref: John Cahill Ard Ri House Hotel Junior C Championship North – Group BVenue: Milltown, (Round 3)Milltown V St Brendan’s 18:30, Ref: Tony Keating Car Parts Warehouse Junior C Championship West – Group AVenue: Clonbur, (Round 3)An Fhairche – Clonbur V Naomh Anna, Leitir Mór 18:00, Ref: Colm Conway Sunday 8th Sep ClaregalwayHotel Senior Football Championship – Group 2Venue: An Spideal, (Round 5)Corofin V Naomh Anna, Leitir Mir 12:30, Ref: Mairtin Gríofa Claregalway Hotel Senior Football Championship – Group 2Venue: Kenny Park, (Round 5)Tuam Stars V Claregalway 14:00, Ref: Frank Kinneen ClaregalwayHotel Senior Football Championship – Group 2Venue: Kenny Park, (Round 5)Annaghdown V St. James 15:45, Ref: Martin Flaherty Claregalway Hotel Intermediate Football ChampionshipVenue: Tuam Stadium, (Quarter Final)Headford V Cortoon Shamrocks 14:45, Ref: KieranQuinn ClaregalwayHotel Intermediate Football ChampionshipVenue: Pearse Stadium, (Quarter Final)Oughterard V Caltra 15:00, Ref: James Molloy ClaregalwayHotel Intermediate Football Championship Venue: Pearse Stadium, (Quarter Final)Kilconly V Micheal Breathnach 16:45, Ref: ThomasMurphy JuniorFootball ChampionshipVenue: Tuam Stadium, (North Semi Final)St Mary’s GAA Athenry V St Brendan’s 13:00, Ref: P.J. Rabbitte Car Parts Warehouse Junior A Championship West – Group BVenue: Pairc Na bPiarsaigh, (Round 2)Na Piarsaigh V Barna 12:30, Ref: Pádraig MacDonnachaJuniorB Football ChampionshipVenue: An Spideal, (West Semi Final)An Spidéal V An Cheathrú Rua 15:00, Ref: Alan Carr ArdRi House Hotel Junior C Championship North – Group AVenue: Kilconnell, (Round 3)St Gabriel’s V Mountbellew/Moylough 12:00, Ref: PatHansberry ArdRi House Hotel Junior C Championship North – Group BVenue: Corofin, (Round 3)Corofin V Caherlistrane 17:30, Ref: Padraic Kelly Thu05 Sep U14Football Division 1Venue: Killannin Community Pitch, (Div 1 AChampionship Quarter Finals)Killannin V Annaghdown 19:00, Ref: Kieran Quinn Under 15C Hurling CupVenue: St Thomas, (Semi Final 1)St Thomas V Killimor 18:45, Ref: TBC U16 A Cup HurlingVenue: Duggan Park, (Semi Final 2) Craughwell GAA Club V Turloughmore 19:45, Ref: JohnKeane U16 B Hurling CupVenue: Killimor, (Semi Final 1)Tommy Larkins V Ardrahan 18:30, Ref: Liam Gordon Under 16 A1 Hurling CupVenue: Duggan Park, (Semi Final 1)Kinvara V Moycullen 20:00, Ref: Shane Curley Ard Ri House Hotel Minor A North Championship – Group AVenue: Claregalway Lakeview, (Round 3)Claregalway V St Gabriel’s 19:30, Ref: Thomas Murphy Venue: Claregalway Knockdoemore (Div 1 A Championship Quarter Finals)Claregalway V Oranmore-Maree 18:45, Ref: Richard McNicholasUnder16 A1 Hurling CupVenue: Duggan Park, (Semi Final 2)Sarsfields V Killimordaly 18:30, Ref: Shane Hynes Ard Ri House Hotel Minor A North Championship – Group BVenue: Caherlistrane (Round 3)Caherlistrane V Dunmore MacHales 19:00, Ref: GeraldAnthony Lohan Venue: Corofin, (Round 3)Corofin V Northern Gaels 19:00, Ref: Richard McNicholas Car Parts Warehouse Minor A West Championship – Group AVenue: The Prairie, (Round 3)Salthill-Knocknacarra V Oranmore-Maree 19:00, Ref: Kieran Quinn Car Parts Warehouse Minor A West Championship – Group BVenue: Maigh Cuilinn, (Round 3)Moycullen V Barna 19:00, Ref: Brenadan Kinneavy Ard Ri House Hotel Minor B North Championship – Group AVenue: Monivea, (Round 3)Monivea-Abbey V Annaghdown 19:00, Ref: MartinCollins Venue: Tuam Stars, (Round 3)Tuam Stars V Mountbellew/Moylough 19:00, Ref: Padraic Kelly Ard Ri House Hotel Minor B North Championship – Group BVenue: Kilconly, (Round 3)Kilconly V Headford 19:00, Ref: Gerry Daly Venue: Ballinasloe, (Round 3)Ballinasloe V Cortoon Shamrocks 19:00, Ref: SeanLyons Venue: Bushfield Park, (Round 3)Loughrea V St Mary’s GAA Athenry 19:00, Ref: Lloyd Kelly Car Parts Warehouse Minor B West Championship – Group AVenue: Killannin, (Round 3)Killannin V Naomh Anna, Leitir Mór 19:00, Ref: Ger Cahill Car Parts Warehouse Minor B West Championship – Group BVenue: An Spideal, (Round 3)An Spidéal V Clifden 19:00, Ref: Mairtín O Curraoin(coilím) Venue: Clonbur, (Round 3)An Fhairche – Clonbur V Micheál Breathnach 19:00,Ref: Mairtin O Mainin Tuesday10th September U-16Division 1 BVenue: Tuam Stars Pitch, (Championship QuarterFinals)Tuam Stars V Ballinasloe 19:00, Ref: TBC U-16 Football Division 1 AVenue: Corofin GAA Pitch, (Championship QuarterFinals)Corofin V Claregalway 19:00, Ref: John Brennan Junior A Hurling Championship – Group 1Venue: Duggan Park, (Round 5)Sarsfields V Salthill-Knocknacarra 19:00, Ref: Peter Campbell Wednesday 11th September MinorB Hurling Championship – Group 1Venue: Cregg, (Round 7)Annaghdown V Ballygar 18:15, Ref: TBC MinorB Hurling Championship – Group 1Venue: Sylane, (Round 7)Sylane V Mullagh/Kiltormer 18:15, Ref: TBC MinorB Hurling Championship – Group 1Venue: Tommy Larkins Park, (Round 7)Tommy Larkins V Moycullen 18:15, Ref: TBC MinorB Hurling Championship – Group 2Venue: Kilconieron, (Round 7)Kilconieron V Pádraig Pearses 18:15, Ref: TBC MinorB Hurling Championship – Group 2Venue: Ballyloughane, (Round 7)Liam Mellows V Sarsfields 18:15, Ref: TBC Minor B Hurling Championship – Group 2Venue: Meelick-Eyrecourt, (Round 7)Meelick-Eyrecourt V Cappataggle 18:15, Ref: TBC MinorB1 Hurling ChampionshipVenue: Duggan Park, (Quarter-Final)Tynagh/Abbey-Duniry V Killimor 18:15, Ref: TBC MinorB1 Hurling ChampionshipVenue: Kenny Park, (Quarter-Final)Rahoon Newcastle – Bearna Na Forbacha V CraughwellGAA Club 18:15, Ref: TBC MinorB1 Hurling ChampionshipVenue: Duggan Park, (Quarter-Final)Ballinderreen V Ahascragh/Fohenagh 19:45, Ref: TBC print WhatsApp Facebook Twitter Email Monday9th September Division3 AVenue: Menlough, (Championship Semi Finals)Menlough V Kilkerrin-Clonberne 19:00, Ref: TBC Under16 A Hurling ShieldVenue: Clarinbridge, (Semi Final 1)Clarinbridge V St Mary’s GAA Athenry 18:45, Ref:Sean Byrne Under16 B1 Hurling CupVenue: Duggan Park, (Semi Final 2)Mullagh/Kiltormer V Sylane 19:45, Ref: Gerry Hurley Under16 B1 Hurling ShieldVenue: Killimor, (Semi Final 2)Killimor V Salthill-Knocknacarra 18:45, Ref: JohnRosney Wednesday4th September U14 Football Division 1 Friday6th September U14Football Division 1Venue: Corofin GAA Pitch, (Div 1 A ChampionshipQuarter Finals)Corofin V St Michael’s 18:30, Ref: John Donovan U14 Football Division 2Venue: Tuam Stars, (Div 2 A Championship QuarterFinals)Tuam Stars V Kinvara 19:00, Ref: Martin Collins Venue: Kilconly, (Div 2 B Championship QuarterFinals)Kilconly V Oughterard 19:00, Ref: Tony Keating U14 Football Division 4Venue: Westside, (Div 4 Shield Semi Final)St Michael’s V Barna 06:45, Ref: Brendan Crowe Venue: TBC, (Div 4 Championship Final)Tuam Stars V Claregalway 18:30, Ref: TBCJunior Football ChampionshipVenue: Corofin, (North Semi Final)Glenamaddy V Mountbellew/Moylough 18:30, Ref: Gerry Daly Ard Ri House Hotel Junior A Championship North – Group AVenue: Ballymacward, (Round 3)Pádraig Pearses V Glinsk 18:45, Ref: Martin Gavin Venue: Monivea, (Round 3)Monivea-Abbey V Tuam Stars 18:45, Ref: Austin OConnell Ard Ri House Hotel Junior A Championship North – Group BVenue: Milltown, (Round 3)Milltown V St Mary’s GAA Athenry 18:45, Ref: John Devlin Junior B Hurling ChampionshipVenue: Carnmore, (Pre Quarter Final)Beagh V Killimordaly 19:00, Ref: Christopher Browne Ard Ri House Hotel Junior B Championship North – Group AVenue: Cregg, (Round 3)Annaghdown V Headford 18:45, Ref: Gerry Moore Ard Ri House Hotel Junior B Championship North – Group BVenue: Williamstown, (Round 3)Williamstown V Caltra 18:45, Ref: Sean Lyons Venue: Dunmore, (Round 3)Dunmore MacHales V Claregalway 19:30, Ref: CharlieWard Car Parts Warehouse Junior C Championship West – Group AVenue: Páirc na bhForbacha, (Round 3)Barna V Gaeil na Gaillimhe 19:00, Ref: LiamConghaile Minor A Hurling Championship – Group 1Venue: Kenny Park, (Round 5)Salthill-Knocknacarra V Clarinbridge 18:15, Ref:James Lundon
The Galway players named are AnthonyEzeonu of St Joseph’s College, The Bish named as Under 16 Boys Schools Playerof the year and Moycullen’s Paul Kelly named as Under 20 Male player of theyear. The President’s Lifetime AchievementAwards were also revealed today with Titans Frank Cashman named along with PatCritchley and Ann Diffney as this year’s recipients.Adrian O’Neill ReportsBelfast Star’s DelaneyBlaylock has scooped the Basketball Ireland Men’s Player of the Year award.In the Women’s Super League, Shrita Parker of Ambassador UCC Glanmire has beencrowned Player of the Year.print WhatsApp Facebook Twitter Email The awards will be presented at the Hallof Fame and Annual Awards ceremony, which is currently due to be held onSaturday, May 30th, at Croke Park. Please note this date is subject to changedepending on Covid-19. The Basketball Ireland Annual Awards andPresident’s Lifetime Achievement Awards for the 2019/20 season have beenannounced today with three awards going to Galway.