Portumna Town are hosting a Soccer camp this summer from Mon July 23 to Fri July 27. What a good way to put into practice all the tricks you have just seen at the World Cup and give yourself a kick start for the new season. The camp is being run by the world famous Coerver Coaching
Thanks to everybody who contributed to making last Thursday’s Awards night a great success. Boula Hall was packed to capacity with parents, families , players and coaches. Johnny Glynn, Head of Football Development at Galway United, was there to present the Awards and give some
Portumna Town FC U13 players Olivia Killackey and Lucy Tierney have been selected for the Midlands U14 squad which plays in the Gaynor Cup this summer. The Gaynor Cup is the National Girls U14 tournament, similar to the Boys U14 Kennedy Cup. This year’s tournament runs from June
Newly appointed Galway United under-19 Manager Nigel Keady has put the finishing touches on his 2017 squad. The former United defender has also finalised his backroom team, bringing Niall Corbett and Gerry Heaney in as coaches. Former teammate Mark Cobey also joins as goalkeeping coac
Portumna Town have been crowned NT&DL Division 1 champions after a 2-2 draw with Moneygall. Goals from Sean O’Meara and Keith Neville were enough to secure the feat and rivals Holycross were easily dismantled by second placed Borroway Rovers on a 5-1 scoreline.
HolyCross 2 Portumna 5; Portumna travelled to Holycross with 4 games still to play in the league with every result an important one. Holycross were awarded a penalty in the first minute and was struck firmly towards the left corner but John O’Meara rose to the occasion as he has
Arra Rovers 0 Portumna Tn 7; An under strength Arra Rovers side were hosts to Portumna Town in a match that saw John O’Meara in the Portumna goals only called upon to make a few saves during the game. Portumna had their first goal after 10 minutes when Darragh Barry delivered a
Portumna Tn 5 Clodiagh Rs 2. Portumna got off to an unexpected start with a goal on the 7th minute when a Clodiagh defender under pressure just inside the box unfortunately misplaced a back pass into the net. A minute later a ball by Ciaran Hough through the middle found Darragh Barry