Galway WFC 4-1 Treaty United At Eamonn Deacy Park The sun may have been beating down on Eamonn Deacy Park, but a ruthless Galway WFC barely broke sweat in a sweeping win over a toothless Treaty United. Any side coming into a game off the back of a 7-1 defeat last week would always be short on confidence, and that was the case for the women from Limerick, as a … [Read more...] about Fantastic Galway WFC sweep Treaty aside
Many key sporting organisations across Ireland have been given a renewed sense of hope and optimism following the release of new government restrictions, some of which have a significant impact on sports. Last Tuesday, the Government announced their plans to ease some of the restrictions which have been in place since late December as part of the ‘Covid-19 Resilience and … [Read more...] about Green light given for some easing of sporting restrictions
NUI Galway has struck an agreement with Basketball Ireland to become one of ten Centres of Excellence for the national basketball association which will be spread across the country. The University is one of two centres to have been revealed so far by Basketball Ireland, with the other one being fellow third-level institution University of Ulster, Jordanstown. In a statement … [Read more...] about NUI Galway Announce Centre of Excellence Partnership with Basketball Ireland
SSE Airtricity Womens's National League Galway WFC 3-1 Bohemians FC A sun-drenched day turned out to be a day in the sun for Galway WFC, as they dispatched of Bohemians 3-1 in Eamonn Deacy Park. The performance may not have been vintage, with the first two goals from Rachel Kearns and Kate Slevin having a touch of luck to them. However, Billy Clery and his … [Read more...] about First win of the season for Galway WFC in Bohemians clash
2020 was the most successful year in the recent history of Donegal hurling, as the Seniors captured a League and Championship double for the first time in their history. Mickey McCann’s men were in red-hot form on both sides of the 230-day gap between fixtures, with a strong Allianz League campaign culminating with the men from the Hills securing the honours against Armagh … [Read more...] about “We were going around a few towns ringing men up to play.”- SIN speaks to Donegal hurler Joe Boyle on playing your county’s second code.