Fr. Tom Burke’s 1-14 Galway 2-8
Fr. Tom’s took the fourth game of the championship series
with a one goal win. Tom’s were a step
ahead of their opponents for most of the game and in the second half the
defence did a superb job of shutting down Galway’s forward line. A last minute stop from goalkeeper Liam Doyle
to deny Galway a last chance equalizer saw Tom’s over the line to reclaim the
Posted: August 7, 2017, 11:56 pm
Galway 2-14 Fr. Tom Burke’s 2-16
Two injury time points in the third game of the senior
hurling championship series put Fr. Tom’s on the brink of capturing this year’s
championship. Once again it was a game
that ebbed and flowed and could have gone to either side right into the final minutes,
and on this occasion it was Tom’s by a nose.
Brian Ramsey put the winning point over the bar in
Posted: July 24, 2017, 6:09 pm
Wexford 2-14 Galway 1-16
In the battle of Brighton rivals it was Wexford who came
away with a one point win following an exciting second half of hurling. Trailing by 5 at the break, a Jamie Kehoe
goal early in the second half brought Wexford back into the game, and the
Slaneysiders pressed home the momentum to snatch a one point win in the end.
Eddie Murphy helped lift Wexford in the
Posted: July 17, 2017, 5:29 pm
Galway 1-15 Fr. Tom Burke’s 0-14
Galway evened up the senior hurling championship at one game
a piece with a great second half performance.
Having trailed at the break by four points, Galway soon had the scores
level and finished well, scoring 1-7 while limiting Tom’s to 3 points over the
final 15 minutes to claim the points.
Galway had a better grip on things on Sunday.
Posted: July 10, 2017, 2:07 am
Galway 0-8 Tipperary 4-20
Tipperary secured another one-sided win in the junior A
hurling championship with a victory over Galway. Within 10 minutes Tipp led by a goal and 5 to
no score, and by half time it was a massive 4-15 to a point. Tipp forwards were picking off points at
will, with Russell Quirke, Sean Stafford and Jimmy Maher having a field
day. Galway managed to keep
Posted: June 26, 2017, 4:09 pm
Galway 0-16 Fr. Tom Burke’s 1-14
If the opening game of the senior hurling championship is
anything to go by, it is going to be a tight contest between the two teams for
the Boston senior title. There was never
more than a point between the teams until injury time when Galway went up by 2,
only for Brian Ramsey to net on the stroke of full time and hand Tom’s the win
in the first game of
Posted: June 20, 2017, 12:14 am
Fr. Tom Burke’s 3-18 Galway 1-12
Conditions were good for the first outing of the season for
the teams. There was some good hurling
on show and some well taken scores. Tom’s
came away with a handsome win by the time all was said and done. There were some great performances throughout
from several Tom’s veterans. James
Dooley did well at corner back, Dylan Costello in the half back line,
Posted: May 21, 2017, 2:35 pm
Tipperary 1-10 Galway 3-12
Galway dethroned Tipperary in a senior hurling final that
was shaping up for a grandstand finish but just as quick, hopes for an exciting
finale fizzled. Galway held a six point
lead that Tipp had reduced to four when two Tipperary players were given their
marching orders for off the ball incidents.
Galway, who had the edge on their opponents to that point, now
Posted: August 30, 2016, 8:01 pm
Offaly 2-17 Galway 0-9
The Eddie Treacy Cup went to Offaly at the first time of
asking. The faithful county men opened
up a nine point lead early in the game, and by the time they settled down,
Galway could not eat into the deficit. Offaly
dominated the game from start to finish and never looked in danger of
relinquishing their lead.
Offaly Hurling Club celebrate the junior A
Posted: August 30, 2016, 2:01 am
Offaly 3-20 Fr. Tom Burke’s 2-8
Offaly made it to the junior hurling final in their first
year of asking. It was a comprehensive
win over Fr. Tom Burke’s that saw them through.
After a close first half in which each side netted, Offaly built an
unassailable lead in the second to come out comfortable winners.
Seamie Higgins battles Mickey Markham for the ball.
Paudge Egan was first to
Posted: August 22, 2016, 3:20 pm