1. Bernard Power 2. Eoghan Kerin 3. Declan Kyne 4. David Wynne 5. Liam Silke 6. Gary O Donnell (capt)7. Gareth Bradshaw 8. Paul Conroy 9 Thomas Flynn 10. Gary Sice11. Shane Walsh12. Johnny Heaney 13. Eamonn Brannigan 14. Damien Comer 15. Danny Cummins print WhatsApp Facebook Twitter Email The Galway team to play Mayo in the Connacht semi-final on Saturday evening in Castlebar at 7.00 p.m has been named, with 5 championship debutantes and only 7 players retained from the side that started in last year’s corresponding fixture in Pearse Stadium which Mayo won by 1-15 to 2-8 en route to a 5th Connacht title in a row. There are championship debuts for goalkeeper Bernard Power from Corofin, corner backs Eoghan Kerin (Annaghdown) and David Wynne (Moycullen) and forwards Johnny Heaney (Killannin) and Eamonn Brannigan (St Michaels).
(E.T. if Necessary) The Galway Football and Hurling Boards have confirmed the fixtures for the remaining round three games and three of the preliminary quarter finals of the County Senior Football Championship, games in the intermediate football championship and Preliminary Quarter Finals in the County Senior Hurling Championship This Weekend. In Football, The action will get underway on Saturday afternoon with two round two intermediate football championship games with Glenamaddy taking on Ballinasloe in the losers section at 3pm and Dunmore McHales facing Athenry in the winners section at 4.45. Both games in Tuam Stadium. In the Senior football relegation section, there is a preliminary quarter final with St James playing Carna/Cashel in Pearse Stadium at 4pm followed by the first of the Senior Championship Preliminary Quarter Finals between Corofin and Am Cheathru Rua at 5.45.On Sunday there will be three County Senior Football Championship Round three matches. Salthill/Knocknacarra will play Caltra in Tuam stadium at 5pm followed by St Michaels and Cortoon Shamrocks at 6.45. At Pearse Stadium, Killannin and Milltown play at 6.45pm. A game preceded by the Preliminary Quarter final between Caherlistrane and Maigh Cuilinn at 5pm. There will also be one Preliminary Quarter Final in An Spideal with NUI Galway taking on Michael Breathnach at 6pm. The Intermediate Football Championship games between Monivea/abbey and Williamstown and Oileann Arann and Kilkerrin/Clonberne will be played the following weekend.The Fixtures in Football are… V Tuam Stadium18:30Muine an Mheá-Mainistir Pearse StadiumTBCOileáin Árainn Tuam Stadium15:00Gleann na Madadh Referee: Gerry Guinan V Senior Football Relegation Referee: Pádraig Mac Donncha Senior Hurling Championship Duggan Park16:00Ceapach an tSeagail (E.T. if Necessary) Referee: Leonard Fay V V Round 3 Prel Quarter Final Baile Liam Cill na Díoma-Liathdroim V 27-08-2016 (Saturday) An Spideal18:00Coláiste na hOllscoile Gaillimh Corafinne Tuam Stadium17:00Bóthar na Trá-Cnoc na Cathrach Referee: Frank Kinneen Senior Football Championship (E.T. if Necessary) Prel Quarter Finals (E.T. if Necessary) Referee: Muiris Mac Gearailt 02-09-2016 (Friday) V 04-09-2016 (Sunday) Mícheál Breathnach Prel Quarter Final (E.T. if Necessary) (E.T. if Necessary) Referee: James Molloy Maigh Cuilinn Intermediate Football Championship (E.T. if Necessary) Referee: John Keane (E.T. if Necessary)Referee: Shane Hynes V Round 2(L) (E.T. if Necessary) Round 3 Cealltrach (E.T. if Necessary) Pearse Stadium17:45An Cheathrú Rua Ath An Ri. Cárna-Caiseal V Referee: Gearoid O Conamha print WhatsApp Facebook Twitter Email Senior Hurling Championship Intermediate Football Championship Prel Quarter Final Senior Football Championship Seamróga Chortúin Intermediate Football Championship V (E.T. if Necessary) Pearse Stadium16:00Naomh Séamus V Prel Quarter Final V Referee: Richard Mc Nicholas V Tuam Stadium16:45Dún Mhór Mhic Éil 28-08-2016 (Sunday) (E.T. if Necessary) V 27-08-2016 (Saturday) Cill Chiorín-Cluain Bhiorain While in Hurling….. Béal Átha na Slua Tuam Stadium18:45Naomh Mícheál V Pearse Stadium18:45Cill Ainín Referee: Michael Dolan V Kenny Park16:00Saighleáin Kenny Park12:00Beithe Referee: Shane Hehir (E.T. if Necessary) (E.T. if Necessary) Referee: Christopher Browne Round 2(W) Referee: Gerry Daly Round 3 Referee: Tommy Faherty Baile an Mhuilinn Final Kenny Park18:00Na Sairséalaigh Béal Átha Gártha Naomh Thómais (E.T. if Necessary) 28-08-2016 (Sunday) In hurling, Duggan Park will host a double header on Saturday evening with Cappataggle taking on Mullagh at 4pm followed by Tommy Larkins and Padraig Pearses at 5.30. There is also one game in Kenny Park on Saturday evening with Sarsfields playing Kilnadeema/Leitrim at 6pm. Then on Sunday the remaining Preliminary Quarter Final sees Beagh and St Thomas meet in Kenny Park at 12 Noon. The Under 21 C Final between Sylane and Ballygar has also been confirmed for Saturday next in Kenny Park at 4pm. Duggan Park17:30Tomas Ó Lorcáin An Mullach U21 C Hurling Championship Pearse Stadium17:00Cathair Liosgreáin Pádraig Mac Piarais V
The ties for this next round of the competition will be played in the week ending January 14, 2018.2017/18 FAI New Balance Junior Cup – Last 32Ballymun United or Carrig Celtic v North End UnitedGrattan United v Coonagh UnitedDungarvan FC or Booth Road Celtic v Greencastle FCClonmel Celtic v Newmarket CelticBallinasloe Town v St Michael’s FCNenagh Celtic v Mervue UnitedRailway Union or Ferrybank FC v Rathmullan FC or Innisvilla FCPike Rovers v Regional UnitedEvergreen FC or Kilnamanagh v Castlefin CelticGalbally FC v Usher CelticShannon Town v Oliver Bond CelticCappry Rovers v Moyne RangersTolka Rovers v Clonmel TownWillow Park FC v Killarney CelticKnocknaheeny Celtic v Newfoundwell FCAyrfield United v Carrick United or Straide & Foxford The draw for the last 32 of the FAI Junior Cup has been made and Mervue United have been drawn away to Nenagh Celtic of the North Tipperary and District League with the game to be played on the 14th of January. The draw for Corrib Celtic not in yet as they play Ayrefield this Sunday in Dublin at 2pm. print WhatsApp Facebook Twitter Email Ballinasloe Town, the remaining Roscommon and District league side in the competition have been drawn at home to St Michaels FC of the Tipperary Southern And District League.
All NHL meetings dating back to 2000 2017 Galway 2-22 2-19 Waterford(Quarter-final) 2016 Galway 1-21 0-24Waterford2015 Galway 0-12 0-20Waterford (Quarter-final)2014 Galway 1-13 0-22Waterford2013 Galway 0-15 0-12 Waterford2012 Galway 0-15 1-14Waterford2011 Galway 1-16 1-17Waterford2010 Galway 4-15 1-15 Waterford2009 Galway 1-21 2-12 Waterford2005 Galway 0-18 0-11 Waterford2004 Galway 2-15 1-13 Waterford (Final)2004 Galway 5-13 1-14 Waterford2003 Galway 2-17 2-13 Waterford2002 Galway 0-16 1-16Waterford2000 Galway 2-15 1-15 Waterford (Semi-final)The last time Galway played Waterford in Walsh Park Sunday 20th March 2016Galway 1-21 0-24 WaterfordAfterthe 10th minute , Waterford had capitalised on a slow start fromGalway and had built a 0-6 to 0-2 advantage. However, multiple scores from JoeCanning and Eanna Burke in addition to a point from centre-back Aidan Harte anda tidy finish from Niall Burke had the tribesmen ahead 1-10 to 0-12 at theinterval.Waterfordwere on top for the most of the second half and had a three point lead built upas the game entered the final fiveminutes. However, a four point scoring surge from the men in maroon had themleading 1-21 to 0-23 with little time remaining. It looked like Galway were setto hold on but up stepped Waterford wing back Gavin O’Brien to hit aninjury-time point to share the spoils.Galway- James Skehill, Fergal Moore, John Hanbury, Paul Hoban, Adrian Tuohey, Aidan Harte (0-1), David Collins, David Burke (0-2), Davy Glennon (0-2), Jason Flynn (0-1), Niall Burke (1-3), Joe Canning (0-6, 4F), Eanna Burke (0-2), Andy Smith, Cathal Mannion (0-2).Subs- Ronan Burke for Hoban (45), Conor Whelan for Smith (46), Richie Cummins for E.Burke (57), Shane Maloney for Flynn (66).Referee- Brian Gavin (Offaly) print WhatsApp Facebook Twitter Email