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Thursday 23 March 2023 Dublin: 7°C

# Tribesmen

All time
# Show Goes On
All-Ireland club winners Portumna back in Galway SHC as Turloughmore are thrown out
There’s been a long-running saga out west.
# western front
Massive win for Galway as they take derby honours and give survival hopes a huge boost
Kyle Callan-McFadden gave Sligo Rovers the lead but Marc Ludden, Kevin Devaney and Gavin Holohan found the net for the Tribesmen.
# Raising Liam
Pen to paper for Galway's All-Ireland winning hurling speech with the help of his mother
Galway’s winning captain has appreciated the victory.
# Tribesmen
Galway United hitman picks up Player of the Month after a free-scoring August
Ronan Murray notched three goals in the Premier Division and three more in the FAI Cup.
# Spine Tingling
'Time waits for no man' - RTÉ's promo video will leave you pumped for today's All-Ireland final
“Whoever wins, the party will continue long into the winter months.”
# Impact
Galway supersub Padraic Cunningham scores just seconds after being introduced against Bohs
The teams played out a 1-1 draw but it’s not much use to the Tribesmen who remain four points from safety.
# The Comeback Kid
'At the time I was kind of in a happy bubble. Then I got brought down to earth fairly quick'
A starter at 18, Brian O’Halloran has had to be patient in returning with Waterford.
# Enlightenment
A meeting of the squad's leaders after February loss to Wexford turned Galway's year around
The Tribesmen suffered the loss at Pearse Stadium back in February.
# two on two
Galway's task at shutting down 'the engine room' and 'spiritual leader' of the Waterford team
Jamie Barron and Kevin Moran have starred for Galway this summer.
# The West's awake
Galway into their first FAI Cup quarter-final in seven years after taking Pat's at Inchicore
The Tribesmen scored early and late as the Saints crumbled at home.
# On the double
Gary Shaw conjures late, late brace as Rovers come from behind to snatch win in Galway
Ronan Murray gave the Tribesmen a first-half lead but they failed to keep hold of the lead.
# pointing the way
4 senior panelists in Galway side for All-Ireland U21 hurling semi-final against Limerick
Conor Whelan will spearhead the Tribesmen attack.
# expert view
Galway's biggest leader, Tipp disappointment and All-Ireland race wide open
The42′s columnist John Gardiner looks back at yesterday’s battle in Croke Park.
Galway v Tipperary, All-Ireland senior hurling semi-final
It’s yet another last four August battle between Galway and Tipperary.
# Rebel forces
Life after Sean Maguire has its teething problems but Cork City still get the job done
Garry Buckley & Karl Sheppard were on target in a 2-1 win over Galway.
# Tribes On Top
Canning goal sets Galway on road to All-Ireland quarter-final win over Clare
The Tribesmen won out by ten points in today’s curtain-raiser.
# the ex files
Holohan hits superb hat-trick against former club as Galway breathe some life into staying up
The midfielder joined from Cork City earlier in the campaign but spent the 2014 season with Drogheda.
# Shuffle The Pack
Galway make one change for Leinster final as Dublin bring in two new faces for qualifier
The Tribesmen take on Wexford on Sunday while the Dubs meet Laois tomorrow.
# Comeback Kid
'I'm just absolutely delighted I came back' - a Galway championship return after 34 months
A significant day in Salthill for Seán Armstrong.
# Tribesmen
Sean Armstrong set to make first championship appearance since 2014 as Damien Comer also starts
Kevin Walsh has named his Galway side for their clash against Mayo.
# streak
Candystripes's unbeaten run extends to double-figures as they head into midseason break in third
Ronan Curtis scored a terrific free-kick while Nathan Boyle added a second for the hosts.
# gypsy kings
Huge three points for Bohs as Fitzgerald stunner ensures they move clear of drop zone
President Michael D. Higgins was in attendance but his beloved Galway came up short on the night.
# Upset
Galway stun reigning champions Dundalk to secure first win of season
Gary Shanahan blasted a 93rd minute winner after Vinny Faherty scored his first goal of the season.
# the west is alive
Could the Liam MacCarthy Cup be heading west this year?
Galway convincingly beat the reigning champs in yesterday’s league final.
# Tribesmen
Galway make two changes for league final showdown with Tipperary
Paul Killeen and Jason Flynn both start.
Kerry v Galway, All-Ireland U21 football semi-final
Who would advance in Ennis to the decider?
# struggling
Tribesmen drop more points at home to Pat's as pressure grows on Shane Keegan
The hosts had to make do with a draw as their wait for a first victory of the season continues.
# Back From Big Apple
'A massive boost' - Glynn's return from New York to bolster Galway hurling challenge
The Ardrahan man last played in the 2015 All-Ireland final.
# Tribesmen
Chasing first win at Croke Park and aiming to end Galway's wretched recent record at GAA HQ
Shane Walsh will be hoping that this Sunday’s final can the county’s first senior football win in Croke Park since 2001.
# Back in action
Meehan comeback - 'When he walked into the dressing-room, the place nearly froze just in awe'
The return of the star forward was great news for the Galway squad.
# Tribesmen
Cillian McDaid on form as Galway claim their 19th Connacht U21 title in style
Galway needed extra-time to see-off Sligo at Markievicz Park.
# Tribesmen
Joe Canning hits 9 points on his first start of 2017 as Galway cruise to win over Kerry
Michael Donoghue’s men outscored the home side by 0-15 to 0-5 in the second-half.
# division 1b
Mannion brothers return as part of 7 Galway changes from Wexford defeat
Elsewhere, Laois, Kerry, Limerick have named their teams.
# Tribesmen
McDaid and Cummins hit the net as Galway defeat Roscommon to retain the FBD League
This was the third straight year these sides met in the decider.
# Time to say goodbye
Could the Galway hurlers be moving to Munster? One club in the county wants that to happen
The Liam Mellowes club have tabled a motion for county convention.
# Shake It Up
5 players cut from Galway hurling squad including former captains and All-Star winners
Players have been told that it is an open-ended squad.
# home comforts
€20k 'top-up' to help Galway as Leinster still say no to home hurling games out west
The Tribesmen haven’t held a home game since joining Leinster in 2009.
# Tribesmen
That defeat to Tipperary, Kevin Walsh's role and positives from 2016
Gary O’Donnell and Galway lifted the Connacht title before the season ended with defeat to the Premier County.
# Treatment Table
Galway U21s worry over senior hurler availability as football forward provides boost
Waterford await Galway in Saturday’s All-Ireland U21 decider.
# Tribesmen
Donoghue's loyalty to long-serving Galway hurlers set to come under the microscope
Micheál Donoghue will look to reshape his panel during the winter months.