The Clare senior footballers will be without their two All-Star nominees next season as captain Gary Brennan has joined Jamie Malone in opting out of the squad.
A Dublin playwright was asked to join a criminal operation to extort money from a business because he was good at voice characterisations, a court has heard.
Two men are due in court later this morning in connection with a major drugs bust on Dublin's southside.
Given the amount of young Galway players jettisoned at senior level, it’srefreshing if a little unusual that Anthony Cunningham has placed so much trust in the inexperienced.
It was a 22-hour round trip for one dedicated fan, sheer luck for others but a case of cementing Irish-Polish relations for most of the crowd.
A LARGER than expected crowd were in sunny Pearse Stadium on Saturday evening for this All-Ireland senior hurling qualifier with both sets of supporters approaching the tie with trepidation.
Galway 4-25 Clare 0-20
A ‘tick list’ of drug debtors and creditors found on a murder victim had no reference to any of the men on trial for his murder at the Central Criminal Court.
Dublin 0-19 Galway 2-07
WESTMEATH 2-14 GALWAY 4-17
GALWAY concluded their championship preparations when a late goal from substitute Eanna Ryan sealed a six-point win at Athenry on Saturday in a game which was played over three 25-minute periods.
KILKENNY came to Pearse Stadium yesterday looking to preserve the only 100% record in the top division of the Allianz Hurling League, and after an explosive opening four minutes they were very much on track to do exactly that.
Galway 4-14 Kilkenny 3-13
Galway 2-22 Wexford 1-14
MICHAEL CAHILL and Brian O’Meara will make their championship debuts for Tipperary in Sunday’s Munster SHC quarter-final against Cork in Páirc Uí Chaoimh.
A CRACKING match, this NHL Division One game in Nowlan Park yesterday, a fitting occasion for the unveiling of the new stand at the O’Loughlin’s end of the ground, even if the result didn’t please the home contingent in the 7,124 crowd.
Galway 4-15 Waterford 1-15
CAPTAIN Shane Kavanagh claimed the Walsh Cup for the first time on Galway’s behalf and then declared the Tribesmen want to stay in Leinster permanently.
Galway 1-22 Offaly 2-16
All-Ireland champions Kilkenny crashed out of the Walsh Cup on a day when Offaly, Galway and Wexford advanced to next weekend's semi-finals.
AN era ended in showery Semple Stadium on Saturday evening, but could it be that another era has begun?
Galway 1-19 Cork 0-15
Galway 1-14 Limerick 1-12
Galway have made two changes to their side for Saturday's All-Ireland Intermediate hurling final against Wexford in Portlaoise.
Galway 1-15 Cork 0-14
Limerick IT 2-13 University of Limerick 3-4
UL 4-9, WIT2-13
APPLE Computer yesterday posted quarterly net income that had more than tripled, fueled by surging sales of its market-leading iPod digital music players.
Leitrim 0-4 Dublin 1-13
WATERFORD’S unbeaten run in Division 1A of the Allianz Hurling League came to a grinding halt before 6,000 people at windswept Walsh Park yesterday.
Waterford 1-14 Galway 5-13
The Special Criminal Court today refused to discharge itself from trying the case of three Armagh men accused of membership of a dissident republican organisation.
Cork 5-23 Galway 1-10
Galway edged out Clare by a solitary point in a thriller at Cusack Park, Ennis.
FORMER Kilkenny All-Ireland winning captain Denis Byrne has been handed the number 14 jersey on the Tipperary team for Saturday’s qualifier against Laois in Portlaoise.
Armagh 1-15, Galway 0-15
UL 2-21 LIT 0-10
FITZGIBBON CUP champions University of Limerick served notice they will be hard to dethrone in this year’s championship with this gutsy victory over UCC in the Higher Educational SHL final at Kilmallock yesterday.
Four Northern Ireland men arrested in Co Monaghan earlier this month were members of a Real IRA active service unit preparing to commit serious crime, the Special Criminal Court heard today.
Three Championship debutants will line out for Galway in Sunday's All-Ireland Hurling Quarter-Final against Derry at Croke Park
Three Championship debutants will line out for Galway in Sunday's All-Ireland Hurling Quarter-Final against Derry at Croke Park.
After spending several weeks in the shadow of the football championship, hurling returns to centre-stage this weekend with the All Ireland quarter finals.
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