Niall Donohue in action for Galway in 2013. Photograph: Cathal Noonan/Inpho

“One other person that I can’t let today pass without mentioning. He was soldiering with us for years. A good friend of mine, a first cousin of Conor (...)

Pat Gilroy and Mickey Whelan pictured in 2011 during their time as manager and coach of the Dublin football team. Photograph: James Crombie/Inpho

New Dublin hurling manager Pat Gilroy has confirmed his backroom team will include Anthony Cunningham, the former Galway hurling manager. Gilroy has (...)

 New Dublin hurling manager Pat Gilroy in Croke Park to launch the AIG Fenway Hurling Classic and Irish Festival. Photograph: Brendan Moran/Sportsfile

Pat Gilroy sees his limited hurling experience as no inhibition whatsoever as he prepares to take on the Dublin senior management job for the next thr(...)

 Anthony Cunningham and Dublin County Board chief John Costello. Cunningham’s name has been mentioned heavily in connection with the Dublin hurling team. Photograph:  Cathal Noonan/Inpho

In was in late July that the first rumours of Pat Gilroy’s possible interest in the Dublin hurling job started whispering in the wind. At the time An(...)

Pat Gilroy: it won’t surprise anyone to see the Dublin hurlers improve massively over the next three years. Photograph: Donall Farmer/Inpho

Pat Gilroy and I were once unlikely training partners. Back in a previous life, when I worked on Newstalk’s Off the Ball radio show, I joined St Vince(...)

Pat Gilroy is the new Dublin hurling manager. Photograph: Inpho

Dublin have confirmed the appointment of Pat Gilroy as their new senior hurling manager on a three year term. The man who brought Sam Maguire back to(...)

Pat Gilroy: led Dublin to their breakthrough 2011 All-Ireland football success – the county’s first win since 1995. Photograph: Ryan Byrne/Inpho

Former Dublin football manager Pat Gilroy remains favourite to take over the county’s senior hurlers. The twice postponed county board meeting could (...)

The 2017 team above the team who played in the 2005 All-Ireland final. Photographs: Inpho

Since their last All-Ireland hurling triumph in 1988, Galway have fallen short in seven finals. Over that period the county have become renowned for (...)

Galway GAA: Micheál Donoghue celebrates after victory over Tipperary in the All-Ireland semi-final at Croke Park this month. Photograph: James Crombie/Inpho

In the All-Ireland minor final of 1992 the Waterford managers moved Derek McGrath over to where Galway’s Micheál Donoghue was situated on the field. (...)

The intensive care unit at the Galway Clinic. Photograph: Joe O’Shaughnessy

“Deliberate and wanton” actions by the Galway Clinic have been described in the High Court as designed to destroy the career and reputation of a cons(...)

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