Posted by Padraic Coady, PRO in Sport.

Congrats to Megan Glynn who made her debut for the Galway Senior Ladies on Saturday last. Hard luck to the Team including also Orla Dixon on a narrow loss to Dublin but it still has been a good year with a Connaught Title and promotion to Division 1 for 2014.

Well done to the Clubs Senior Ladies on a comprehensive League win over an understrength Clonbur Team on Sunday in Clonbur. Claregalway were 3–5 to a point up at halftime and ran out winners by 6–12 to 0–4. Next game is the County Senior semi-final in Monivea next Saturday where Claregalway take on County Champions Kilkerrin/Clonbern at 2pm. Please support.

U14 ladies began their Championship with a well-deserved home win over Corofin in Knockdoemore on Wednesday last. The foundation for the win was laid in the opening half when playing against a strong wind and rain the Claregalway girls defended well and scored five goals. The second half was even with Claregalway maintaining their lead to run out winners by 5–8 to 3–8. The Gold team were defeated by Caltra-Cuans on Monday night in their Championship but still have games to come. The Green team play Kilkerrin/Clonberne on this Thursday in Knockdoemore at 7pm in Round 2 of the Championship. Please support here too.


The Clubs Minors began their defence of the Mairead Meehan Cup this evening at Lakeview when they took on Caltra Cuans. Claregalway fielding eight of the Galway Minor Panel ran out comfortable winners 4–26 to 1–5. It was great to see 33 Girls togged out on a school night for Minor. Claregalway play the winners of Glenamaddy\Moycullen in the semi-final next. Training for U16 and Minors on Wednesdays at 7pm.

Clubs 16s play in the All-Ireland Sevens Tournament next Saturday in Clare. Drawn in Group 6 with Eoghan Rua, Monaleen and West Clare Gaels, the opening game for Claregalway is in Miltown Malbay GAA Pitch at 10:30am.