Pat McGeary of Tyrone and Daithi O’Gaoithin of Galway tangle during the sides’ Allianz League Division Two clash. Photo: Keith Wiseman/Inpho

Galway 1-09 Tyrone 1-11 Some might look at this as a moral victory but even though Galway had trailed by eight points with time against them in Pears(...)

Dublin’s Fionntan McGibb is challenged by Greg Lally and David Burke of Galway. Photograph: Inpho

Dublin 1-28 Galway 1-19 Dublin manager Ger Cunningham has challenged his rookie players to perform on the big stage next weekend and nail down a spot(...)

Anthony Cunningham: resigned after mediation with Galway senior hurlers failed to achieve a reconciliation. Photograph: Cathal Noonan/Inpho

Galway officials were unaware of the scale of the differences between Anthony Cunningham and his players when they reappointed him in September as hu(...)

If you think hurling goes into 2016 with just Kilkenny’s 12th All-Ireland in 17 years on the horizon you haven’t seen the half of it. Photograph: Donall Farmer/Inpho

It was Galway’s Cyril Farrell who described the crucial barriers in hurling as ‘history and geography’. History is obvious because of the power of tra(...)

Mattie Kenny: guided Cuala to last weekend’s AIB Leinster senior club hurling final which they lost to Oulart from Wexford. Photograph: Cathal Noonan/Inpho

Six candidates have been nominated to take over from Anthony Cunningham as manager of the Galway senior hurlers. Former minor and U-21 manager John H(...)

“I consider this a kangaroo court decision, led by a core group of players orchestrated with the help of others outside Galway, motivated by a desire to unjustly extend their lifespan as inter-county players, placing personal agendas above the greater good of Galway hurling.”

Anthony Cunningham’s departure as Galway hurling manager was always likely to be fractious given his desire to remain in the position and the refusal (...)

Johnny Kelly: “Galway had a good year this year at senior level and we need to be cognisant of that.”  Photo: Cathal Noonan/Inpho

The Galway hurling crisis may have reached the point of no return, according to outgoing under-21 manager Johnny Kelly. Despite the imminent appoint(...)

Galway manager Anthony Cunningham is not planning on leaving his post. Photograph: Cathal Noonan/Inpho

Peace could break out in Galway hurling by the end of the week if talks between officials, management and players are successful. Anthony Cunningham l(...)

Anthony Cunningham has no intention of stepping down as Galway manager. Photograph: James Crombie/Inpho

Anthony Cunningham looks set to stay on as Galway manager for a fifth year despite reports of a player vote of no confidence in him. Talks between Cun(...)

Galway manager Anthony Cunningham dejected after the All-Ireland final defeat. Photograph: Ryan Byrne/Inpho

Galway officials are to meet senior hurling manager Anthony Cunningham later on Sunday to discuss the vote of ‘no confidence’ by players in the senior(...)