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Tag Archives: Padraic Joyce

Ronan Steede Handed Galway Senior Debut At 28-Years-Old

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Corofin made history ten days ago by becoming the first club side ever to win three successive All-Ireland senior football titles when they defeated Kilcoo at Croke Park. In what was a scrappy game overall, Kilcoo will have walked away with regrets knowing that Corofin were there for the taking on a cold day in HQ. The Galway men performed …

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Corofin’s Success Has Come At A Price For Michael Farragher

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For Michael Farragher, Corofin’s continued success has come at a price. The ace attacker has been pivotal for the Galway side whose search for a first-ever three-in-a-row of All-Ireland club titles continues when they face Nemo Rangers on the first weekend of 2020. However, the 2011 All-Ireland U21 winner has struggled for playing time with the Galway senior side. Speaking …

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“Galway Will Go Places With Him” – Fitzgerald Backs Joyce For Success

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All-Ireland winner with Galway Kieran Fitzgerald has backed his former teammate Pádraic Joyce to be successful in his new role as their senior football manager.  Joyce guided the county’s U20 side to the All-Ireland semi-final in his first taste of inter-county management before being handed the reigns of the senior side following the departure of Kevin Walsh. The two-time All-Ireland …

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