- Currently, Club Chairman - Feb. 2021.
- Hall of Fame
- Early Life.
- Hurling Career - County
- In-house, Files - Club Hurling
- Video The 3 C's.
- Inducted into the GAA Museum Hall of Fame in 2016.
- Quick comment on Galway's performance in 2012.
- County Career - some highlights.
- R.T.E. Archives - 1982.
- The Three C's - Joe Cooney, John Connolly and Joe Canning - November 23rd, 2019 - considered to be the best Galway Hurlers of the last 50 Years. This Event was held in the Galmont Hotel, Galway and was a Fundraiser for the Indoor Sports Arena.
See the Galway Advertiser for their account.
John, Padraic, Michael, Tom, Joe, Gerry (R.I.P., 2015), Murt,
Each, passionate about the Game of Hurling.
- Born in Tir an Fhia, Connemara, before his Family moved to Ballybrit, when he was a Child. Himself and his Neighbours began practicisng Hurliing in a make-shift Pitch, at the South of the Galway Racecourse property. The Official and current Pitches, were purchased in 1970.
- Native Irish Speaker.
- He dabbled in Pugilism as a Teenager, under Chick Gillen and The Olymic Boxing Club which trained in the Old Castlegar National School on the Tuam Road.
- Minor and Under 21 Hurler with Galway.
- First Senior game - Galway versus County Clare in 1968.
- Connacht Railway Cup Hurling Champion - 1980. Joe Connolly was also on this team.
- Galway All Ireland Champions player - '80.
- All Star Award Winner in 1971 - the only Galway Hurling Winner that year.
- All Star Award Winner in 1979, among the great Iggy Clarke and Frank Burke.
- Texaco, Hurler of the Year in 1980.
- Galways first Hurling All Star.
Builder / Developer.