Galway management teams ratifiedThe new Galway senior hurling and football management teams were ratified by the County Board last night.
Hurling top scorers: Callanan takes the crownThere may have been All-Ireland final disappointment but Tipperary's Seamus Callanan has finished the championship as the top scoring hurler.
Walsh to be installed on MondayKevin Walsh will be ratified as Galway's new football manager at a county board meeting on Monday night.
Cunningham handed another three yearsAnthony Cunningham has been handed another three years in charge of the Galway hurlers.
Murphy on Kenny ticketIf Mattie Kenny is given the green light to manage the Galway hurlers on Monday night, he will have long-serving minor manager Mattie Murphy as part of his management team.
Nominees announced for U21 Hurling Team of the Year awardsAll-Ireland U21 hurling champions Clare have, unsurprisingly, received the most nominations for this year's Bord Gáis Energy Team of the Year Awards.
All Star odds: who the bookies believe will make the football selectionIt's that time of the year when people start talking about All Star selections.
Galway SHC and SFCThe famine is over as football and hurling fans in Galway are treated to a feast of action this weekend with Senior Football Semi finals, Senior Hurling quarter finals and matches at all grades.
Champions in action on the double this SundayThe reigning Galway senior football and hurling champions will both put their titles on the line this Sunday.
Two-in-a-row for Turloughmore minorsTurloughmore have completed back-to-back county minor hurling championship successes.
HS football team of the weekAs Kerry supporters prepare to welcome Sam Maguire 'home', here's our team of the week ...
Football top scorers: two-in-a-row for O'ConnorMayo's Cillian O'Connor has finished as the top scoring footballer in the championship for the second season running.
SHC quarter-finals next weekendThe quarter-finals of the County Cup Senior Hurling Championship will take place over the weekend of September 27th-28th.
Moycullen and Killanin in IFC finalNeighbours Moycullen and Killanin have progressed to the 2014 Galway IFC final.
2015 Allianz HL: Cork to host Cats in openerThe meeting of old rivals Cork and Kilkenny will launch next year's Allianz Hurling League.
2015 Allianz FL: provisional fixtures releasedKerry versus Mayo and Cork versus Dublin are the pick of the opening day fixtures in next season's Allianz Football League.
Warren out of Galway raceKevin Walsh is poised to become Galway's new football manager after the only other candidate nominated for the post, Pete Warren, withdrew from the race.
Tribesmen are NY Champs for the 17th TimeGalway are the NY Senior Hurling champions for the 17th time after a dominating victory over Long Island recently.
Padraig Pearses club notesOur Senior hurlers defeated St Thomas' (2-13 to 0-18) in Senior Relegation last Saturday. Next up is Liam Mellows this weekend.
42nd running of FBD 7sA host of Kilmacud Crokes stars, past and present, were on hand in Kilmacud Crokes today as the 2014 FBD 7s was launched.
'Super Games Centre' set for GalwayGalway city will be the venue for one of the ten 'Super Games Centres' around the country that is to host a new GAA pilot programmed.
Ten nominated for minor jobThere are ten nominations for the Galway minor football manager's role.
Pearse Stadium out of action 'til next springThis year's Galway SFC and SHC finals will be played in Tuam Stadium and Kenny Park, Athenry respectively because Pearse Stadium is not in a position to host them.
Competition: win two All-Ireland football final ticketsWe have two tickets to give away for the All-Ireland football finals on Sunday 21 September.
Galway SFC: champions looking goodCorofin moved a step closer to retaining the Frank Fox Cup when they accounted for Mountbellew Moylough in yesterday's quarter-final at Tuam Stadium.
Hurling top scorers: three contenders for the crownThe replay of the All-Ireland hurling final means that Antrim's Paul Shiels is likely to be overtaken in the hurling top scorer chart, but will it be a Tipperary or Kilkenny man that does it?
Walsh and Warren nominated for Galway postThe next Galway football manager will be either Kevin Walsh or Pete Warren after they were the only two nominations for the post which was vacated by Alan Mulholland last month.
Lynskey seeks clarity over Galway vacancyBrendan Lynskey has hinted that he may pull out of the Galway hurling manager race if the county board's management committee decides to look outside the four nominated candidates.
SFC quarter-finals take centre stageThe four SFC quarter-finals take place over the next two days.
Reidy: girls can be proud of themselvesGalway ladies football manager Kevin Reidy says his players can hold their heads high after last Saturday's narrow All-Ireland semi-final defeat to Dublin in Mullingar.
Fantastic All-Ireland Football 7's in RatoathIt is a newly formed Football Sevens Competition which will have senior teams participating from all of Ireland.
Galway Senior Football Club ChampionshipJohn Mulholland bookmakers have priced up all the games this weekend in Galway and have set their handicap lines as well.
Kerins backs Tipperary to see off KilkennyFormer Galway dual All-Ireland winner Alan Kerins is backing Tipperary to overcome Kilkenny this weekend and claim the Liam MacCarthy crown once again.
Galway to shop localGalway secretary Pat Kearney has ruled out the prospect of Anthony Daly being parachuted in as senior hurling manager.
Cunningham the favourite for Dub vacancyFormer Cork custodian Ger Cunningham has emerged as the early front-runner to succeed Anthony Daly as Dublin senior hurling manager.
Football rankings: a brave new worldFor eighteen months Dublin have looked untouchable but all has changed after one stunning Sunday afternoon in Croke Park.
Padraig Pearses club notesOur U13 hurlers won a second U13C title in-a-row last week, when they defeated Sylane (2-9 to 0-2) in Kenny Park
Football top scorers: the race looks runBarring a replayed All-Ireland final or Kerry's James O'Donoghue helping himself to 16-points against Donegal, Mayo's Cillian O'Connor looks nailed on to end up as the top scoring footballer of championship 2014.
Next Mayo and Galway managersThe west is awake in the search for new managers for all Intercounty three teams in Galway and Mayo.
Joe and Marty get a soakingCroke Park wasn't just the scene of a famous Donegal victory today.
What the players are saying about Donegal on twitterMany current and past players took to twitter after Donegal's famous victory over Dublin to salute Jim McGuinness and his players.
"Testicular fortitude" needed to save Galway hurlingGalway's heavy defeat to Limerick in the All-Ireland MHC semi-final a fortnight ago didn't come as a surprise to one worried supporter.
Friday is closing date for Tribe manager nominationsThe closing date for nominations for the Galway senior football manager's post is next Friday, September 5.
Ladies: Dubs down Galway to book final dateGregory McGonigle's Dublin ladies senior footballers are through to a first TG4 All-Ireland final since 2010.
Ladies previews: Dublin and Galway battle to be first to reach the finalWill Dublin progress to a first TG4 All-Ireland ladies senior football championship final since 2010 or can Galway end a nine-year wait?
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Kelly wants U21HC structure reviewGalway manager Johnny Kelly called for a review of the U21HC structure in the wake of his side's heart-breaking All-Ireland semi-final defeat to Wexford last Saturday.
Last three SFC quarter-final places filledThe Galway SFC quarter-final line-up was completed after last Sunday's three preliminary quarter-finals.
Ladies face Dublin for All-Ireland final placeFollowing the demise of the county's senior camogie and U21 hurling teams last weekend, Galway's last hope of All-Ireland glory rests with the senior ladies footballers who face Dublin for a place in the Brendan Martin Cup decider at Cusack Park, Mullingar tomorrow (throw-in 3.15pm).
GAA "aiming to build Dublin as a venue for American football"If the GAA has its way, American football matches in Croke Park will soon be a regular thing.

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