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London panel for Galway game

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Can anyone let me know the London panel for the Galway game. Few good Galway lads who have played for Galway such as jojo greaneys and Colin forde just wondering are they involved.

conman2 (USA) - Posts: 167 - 14/05/2014 12:20:36    1587476


Lads just wondering if anyone has any ideas of a decent place to park round ruislip??? Heading down but don't fancy the train (bank holidays a nightmare)...

tribeinbrum (Galway) - Posts: 4154 - 14/05/2014 20:27:49    1587783


Connacht Senior Football Championship Qtr. Final
Sunday 25th May 2014
London v Galway
Throw in 3pm
Gates Open - 12pm
Match Programme £3

MatchTickets Details - Advance tickets - contact [email protected]


Adults £15 Students/Seniors £5 (Children Under 16 Admitted Free)

Tickets available in advance through the London GAA County Board and usual GAA Ticket outlets.

Pay on Gate - tickets available on the day of the game, subject to availability on a first come first served basis.

Advance Ticket Purchase / Sale - Please note arrangements - (Cash Only)

Sunday 18th May - Ruislip from 5pm - 10pm - Ruislip GAA Sports & Social Club Bar

Monday 19th - Friday 23rd Ruislip 10am -12pm and 2pm - 5pm - contact county secretary Mark Gottsche on 07872 600074 or email [email protected]

For full details and information on Admission please see

Important Patrons Notice /Match Day Regulations
• Patrons are encouraged to arrive as early as possible before throw in.

• Please Co-operate with our stewards and match day Volunteers
• Our Intention is to ensure that supporters enjoy the match in safety and comfort.

• Strictly No Parking allowed within the Grounds or adjacent roads, you are encouraged to use public transport where possible.
• Limited disabled parking is available within in the Grounds. You may apply for a pass by contacting [email protected]
•Taxi's/Cabs You are advised to exit your taxi / cab at South Ruislip Station and continue your journey to the ground on foot and return for pick up after match. Taxis /Cabs are prohibited from dropping off or picking up passengers at the ground between 12pm and 8pm.
• Local Buses stop outside the ground; E7 bus travels to and from Ruislip (metropolitan line) and Ealing Broadway stations at regular intervals.
• South Ruislip (Central Line) is 10 minutes' walk and (See for travel updates)
• Refreshments and Food and plenty of entertainment available within the Grounds.

The E7 BUS route stops outside the ground, as an alternative you could take a central line train to Ealing Broadway and catch the E7 directly to the Emerald Gaa Grounds, ask the bus driver to let you off at the Polish War Memorial Bus stop opposite the ground. The Journey time between Ealing Broadway and the Emerald Gaa Grounds takes between 20-30m depending on traffic. The E7 Bus runs every 20m on a Sunday until 8pm, then every 30m. You can also catch the Metropolitan Line to Ruislip and then take the E7 bus from just outside the station to the Grounds 10-15m Journey.

All the major GAA GAMES will be shown on big screens in the Ruislip GAA Sports & Social Club,

For further updates and further information or details - See our - Facebook: and Twitter: @OfficialLondonG or Contact London GAA County Board PRO - Declan Flanagan 07736009080 Email: [email protected]

PaddyKeenan (UK) - Posts: 36 - 17/05/2014 16:14:31    1588946


Parking wont be that easy as West End Road probably has single yellows but Police wont allow parking as road is too narrow. Go on Goggle Maps and have a quick look at area bordered by Station Approach, Edward's Ave and Mahlon Ave using the street view symbol.

CocknyTribesman (UK) - Posts: 192 - 19/05/2014 16:20:26    1590217


It's the bank holiday, leave the car at home. Central line to South Ruislip is your only man, from there just follow the Levis jeans and checkered shirts to the promised land.

Lazarus1 (Galway) - Posts: 173 - 20/05/2014 08:44:32    1590520


Have to say pretty disappointing show by London at the weekend, wasn't expecting a win but did expect them to give Galway a much harder examination. Players seemed unwilling to shoot when within scoring range and the decision to bring the keeper out to take frees from 30/35m baffled me, think he only got 1 from 3. Would have been much better off if they had played Mulvey in the corner even if it was just for taking frees.
Good crowd at the game and many stayed round after, so the county board bank balance should be looking healthy.

Rosineri1 (UK) - Posts: 2013 - 27/05/2014 12:18:07    1594084


Any chance v Limerick on Saturday? Very little talk or hype would suggest not! Castlebar seems like a lifetime ago!!!

macattack (UK) - Posts: 584 - 19/06/2014 11:39:37    1605925


Unless a lad from kryptone landed in Ruislip during the week they haven't a chance. Limerick -6 in the handicap is a great bet.

daskip89 (Galway) - Posts: 234 - 19/06/2014 13:18:32    1605992


Well done to the London boys on the weekend. It was always going to be difficult after what they achieved last year. Most people, myself included, thought they would be bet out the gate by Limerick on Saturday but to put it up to them like they did, showed huge character. Hopefully Goggins stays on. If I was in his position, I would be looking to actively recruit young, fringe players from the likes of the Dublins and the Donegals. Lads who are a year or two away from being regulars for the top counties and would come over here with something to prove and want to make a name for themselves. Fully understand that long term that might not be a beneficial solution.

Lazarus1 (Galway) - Posts: 173 - 23/06/2014 11:00:27    1607517