Galway GAA

  • A member of the Kerry under-20 football panel has tested positive for COVID-19.

    The Kingdom are due to play Galway tomorrow in the All Ireland semi-finals.

    A number of other members of the panel are also isolating having been possible close contacts.

  • Allianz Hurling League
    Division 2B Final 
    Mayo 1-15 
    Down 0-14

    Allianz Football League
    Division 1 
    Tyrone 2-14
    Mayo 0-08

    Galway 0-113
    Dublin 0-13

    Division 2
    Roscommon 0-15
    Cavan 0-13

  • Sunday’s blockbuster of Mayo & Galway will be live on Midwest Radio with thanks to our championship sponsor Salamanca’s Tapas Bar Dublin.

    Angelina Nugent will bring you all the big match build up and post match analysis live from our satellite cruiser in an extended Sunday Sports Show from 2-7pm with former Mayo star Alan Dillon and Galway great Michael Meehan. 

    The game throws in at 4pm and Michael D. McAndrew will be joined by Martin Carney for commentary on the tie.

    Both teams are due to be announced tomorrow evening.

  • Roscommon senior football manager Anthony Cunningham has now won provincial titles in both football and hurling, in different provinces.

    The former Galway hurling boss guided the primrose and blue to a 1-13 to 12 points win over Galway in the Connacht football decider at Pearse Stadium.

    Conor Cox was the star of the show, scoring 5 points.

    Cunningham believes Roscommon can make an impact in the Super 8's.

  • Barry Cassidy from Derry has been confirmed as the referee for Sunday’s Connacht Senior Football Final.

    Galway captain Damien Comer has been ruled out of Sunday’s Connacht SFC final against Roscommon.

    Comer has not played a single minute of football for Galway in 2019, his absence stemming from an ankle injury incurred during a St Stephen’s Day soccer game.

    The game in Salthill will be preceded by the Connacht Junior Football Final between Galway and Mayo at 1pm.

    Mayo will be vying to win their first Connacht title at this grade since 2016.

  • Galway manager Micheál Donoghue has been handed a boost ahead of their Leinster Senior Hurling Championship campaign.

    Joseph Cooney is returning home from Australia and is expected to link up with the panel the coming days.

    Fellow forward Johnny Glynn is also in line to return for the Championship - which should soften the blow of injuries to Joe Canning and Conor Cooney,  

  • Galway manager Kevin Walsh says the loss of Paul Conroy is a big blow.

    The 29 year old midfielder suffered a double leg break in yesterday's historic Super 8s victory over Kerry at Croke Park.

    It is the first time the Tribesmen have beaten the Kingdom in the Championship since 1965.

    The Galway boss feels Conroy embodies the spirit in the camp.

  • There will be no tickets on sale for the much anticipated clash of Mayo v Galway at the stadium tomorrow. The last remaining tickets are available through Supervalu and Centra stores only. 
    Patrons are reminded that all persons(including children) entering the stadium must have a match ticket. 
  • The Galway county board have expressed their sympathy with Sligo, after the Yeats county were forced to give a walkover in this Saturday's Connacht semi-final.

    A Covid-19 outbreak in the Sligo panel has seen them unable to field a team, due to significant numbers being deemed close contacts.

    Sligo's county board say the players and management are "extremely upset" by the events, while Galway have said it is "disappointing for everybody concerned".

    John Prenty - CEO of Connacht GAA - says a rearranged fixture just wasn't possible.

  • It has been confirmed that the Connacht Minor Football quarter final between Galway and Leitrim will take place next Friday evening at the Connacht Centre of Excellence.

    The game is fixed for 7.30pm with Aghamore referee John Glavey set to take charge of the fixture.

  • It’s Mayo and Galway once more this Wednesday evening in the Eirgrid Connacht U20 Football Final.

    Reigning Connacht Champions Mayo had a convincing 19 point win over Sligo last week while Galway advanced past Roscommon with 7 points to spare.

    Michael D. McAndrew will be in the hot-seat joined by Declan O’Reilly and half-time and full time analysis from Austin Garvin.

    The Connacht U20 Football Final will be live on Midwest Radio with thanks to JJ Burke Car Sales Ballinrobe.

    Connacht GAA are advising people planning on going to the game to get their tickets in advance.

  • The Connacht U20 Semi Final between Galway and Leitrim tomorrow has now been switched to Elphin.

    The game was originally scheduled for Carrick-on-Shannon but has been moved to the Roscommon venue with the same throw-in time of 2pm.

  • AIB All-Ireland Senior Club Football Semi-Final 
    Corofin 1-06
    Moorefield 0-06

  • It's All-Ireland senior club final day at GAA Headquarters this afternoon.

    For the first time, teams from Kilkenny and Tipperary meet in the hurling decider, which gets underway at two o'clock.

    Henry Shefflin's Ballyhale Shamrocks are looking to become back-to-back champions when they take on Tipp outfit Borris-Ileigh.

    In the football Galway champions Corofin, who have won three All-Ireland titles in five years, are up against Down and Ulster kingpins Kilcoo.

    That game throws in at four o'clock at Croke Park.

  • All-Ireland Senior Club Football Semi-Final 
    Corofin 2-13 Gweedore 1-12 

  • All-Ireland Senior Club Football Championship Final
    Corofin 2-19 
    Nemo Rangers 0-10

  • Galway Senior Football Final Replay
    Corofin 1-08 Mountbellew/Moylough 0-05

  • Corofin are going for their 6th successive Galway Senior Crown on Sunday afternoon.

    Kevin O'Brien's side will lock horns with Mountbellew/Moylough in the decider.

    The sides also met in last's year final with Corofin prevailing on a 2-14 to 0-10 scorline.

    Throw-in at Pearse Stadium is at 3pm on Sunday.

  • There was a huge upset at Pearse Stadium this afternoon in the Galway Senior Football Championship as Corofin’s seven-year reign as champions was brought to an end.

    Mountbellew-Moylough defeated Corofin on a 2-13 to 0-12 scoreline and they will now face Moycullen in the final next weekend after they saw off Tuam Stars 3-14 to 1-15.

    Elsewhere, in the Galway Intermediate Football semi-final Cortoon Shamrocks overcame Dunmore MacHales 2-09 to 0-11.

    In the Galway Senior Hurling Semi-Final St. Thomas defeated Cappataggle 1-15 to 0-17.

  • Damien Comer is already a doubt for Galway's Connacht Football Championship quarter final with London.

    It's reported the Annaghdown forward will miss the next three months as he requires ankle surgery.

    Galway begin the defence of their provincial crown in Ruislip on May 5th.