Pete Kelly


Pete Kelly Info

Role: Reporter

Start Date: Sept. 6, 2008, 12:13 p.m.


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Pete is based in Galway with an eclectic interest in all sports, but writes predominantly for Extratime on all things Salthill Devon, where he is a founder member, and Galway United. He is the Media guy for the Galway Cup and produces the video blogs during the tournament. He has coached since the 1970's winning an All Ireland Schools title with St Enda's Galway and managing and coaching countless Salthill Devon teams in addition to Galway League and Connacht teams. Currently coaching the Salthill Devon U14 Girls. Away from the field Pete is a communications professional with his own business 15 Eleven Communications, developing websites, devising Digital Marketing strategies writing and teaching.

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Ireland's Secret Weapon - Video Performance Analysis

The Euros has been a roller coaster both emotionally and football wise for Ireland. The high of the Sweden experience and the low of the Belgium debacle in the opening two games must have made team preparation a nightmare.

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Galway United release Eric Foley

Galway United have confirmed that Eric Foley has left the club by mutual consent.

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So just who are FH Hafnarfjodur?

Dundalk have drawn FH Hafnarfjodur in the opening qualifying round of the Champions League.

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Analysis is pivotal for Ireland at the Euros

Getting to the knockout stages of the 2016 Euros may balance on a knife edge for Ireland. It was Benjamin Franklin who said "by failing to prepare, you preparing to fail' so each national squad is leaving no stone unturned ...

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League Report: Galway United 2 - 2 Longford Town

Anyone who watched the early exchanges here and went away would have been astonished with the final result as Longford came from two goals down to garner a point against Galway United in the most unlikely circumstances at Eamonn Deacy ...

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EA Sports Cup Report: Galway United 0 - 0 Finn Harps (Galway won 4-2 on penalties)

The Galway United faithful assembled in Deacy Park on Monday night, or at least a portion of them, buoyed by the rip roaring game with Cork the previous Friday. However, anyone expecting a similar contest would have been deluding themselves ...

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Galway's 'Mr Reliable' Colm Horgan targets further consistency

Colm Horgan has become Galway United's Mr. Reliable over the past two seasons

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Gary did Ireland proud in Buenos Aires

We brought the sport of Footgolf to the attention of the faithful a few weeks ago when we told you the story of Gary Mullin's quest for glory in the 2nd Footgolf World Cup in Argentina.

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Stephen Folan - Going places

Stephen Folan has been signed by hometown club Galway United for the coming season. This move completes a circle that has taken eight years to complete and Folan is now in a good pace mentally and physically to make the ...

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Ireland set to compete in the Footgolf World Cup

Gary Mullin is Ireland's leading 'FootGolfer' and will head to Buenos Aires on the 2nd of January for the Footgolf World Cup. Footgolf, I hear you say! Is that even a thing? Well it’s very much a thing and growing ...

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League Report: Galway United 0 - 1 St Patrick's Athletic

As it transpired both sides got what they needed from this game - Pat's into Europe and Galway achieved Premier Division survival - but it was a pretty un remarkable game apart form that.

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League Report: Galway United 2 - 4 Dundalk

The League leaders Dundalk came to Deacy Park and while they looked the part for most of this game, they had to survive a late fright before grabbing a flattering fourth goal with the last kick.

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League Report: Galway United 1 - 2 Shamrock Rovers

Shamrock Rovers came to town and Galway managed to produced a surprise selecting new signing Colm O'Donovan for his first League of Ireland game.

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2015 Macron Galway Cup Launched

Over fifty teams will gather in Salthill Devon's home grounds at Drom for the 11th renewal of the Macron Galway Cup on the 5th August. The tournament will, as before, run over four days, with three age groups spread over ...

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League Report: Galway United 5 - 3 Bohemians

Galway United and Bohemians served up a game at Deacy Park that had just about everything. They will do it all again on Monday night in the EA Sports Cup, but it is highly unlikely that the same level of ...

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League Report: Galway United 3 - 2 Limerick

Galway United welcomed Limerick to Deacy Park on Friday night in a battle of the bottom two. The game was played in balmy conditions with a light breeze. Interestingly, Galway left Alex Byrne on the bench, while Limerick also left ...

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League Report: Galway United 1 - 2 Longford Town

It was almost a balmy night at Deacy Park when Galway United kicked off against Longford Town but ended in driving rain. Galway manager Tommy Dunne took the big step of dropping Conor Gleeson and handed a start to Conor ...

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World Cup 2014 - Mexico 1 - 0 Cameroon

A second half strike from Oribe Peralta was enough to seal all three points in Group A for Mexico as they overcame Cameroon in monsoon-like conditions in Natal on Friday night.

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League Report: Galway FC 0 - 1 Shelbourne

Shelbourne brought their unbeaten record to Deacy Park on Friday night and even they will be astonished that they came away with it intact and three points in the bag.

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Meabh DeBurca ready for the German challenge

Méabh DeBúrca is now firmly established in Sue Ronan's Irish senior squad and is looking forward to testing herself against the best when Ireland take on the might of Germany on Saturday 5th April in Tallaght.

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