Lisdoonvarna’s Michael Garrihy has signed with Galway Utd as final preparations are made for the new League of Ireland season.
Garrihy who previously lined out for Burren Utd and with Avenue Utd at youths level. He played for Galway at U19 level last year before agreeing a new deal to stay with the club as part of their adult side who are managed by John Caulfield. The North Clare man previously represented Limerick FC.
He also stood between the posts for the Clare Youths as well as featuring as the number one county in gaelic football at underage level while also donning the gloves for St Breckans.
A student at NUIG, Michael is the son of Cllr Joe Garrihy (FG) who was first elected in 2019 and currently serves as the Cathaoirleach of the West Clare Municipal District.
Meanwhile, Newmarket-on-Fergus native Harvey Cullinan continues to make his mark with Sheffield Utd. He signed with The Blades in the summer of 2019 and has been given regular game-time for their U18 side in recent weeks and was also included on the U23 squad. The ex Newmarket Celtic player hit the night on Tuesday night for Sheffield in an eleven goal thriller as they lost 6-5 to Hull City.