United under-17s came from behind to defeat Cork City 3-2 at East United on Saturday afternoon.
Goals from Harry Rogers, Wilson Waweru and Joshua Keane Quinlivan helped United to another impressive league win.
Harry Rogers opened the scoring in Castle Park when he lashed a ball past Cork City goalkeeper Alan Kelleher at the back post.
Cork City drew level when Cian Bargary went on a mazy run before slotting past Mark Greaney.
The visitors doubled their advantage moments later when defender Dale Holland headed home from close range.
United however showed their metal and after a scramble in the box, Wilson Waweru swept the ball home to grab his fourth goal in three matches.
Joshua Keane Quinlivan won the game in spectacular fashion late on, Waweru helped the ball into Quinlivan’s path and the winger volleyed into the far corner of the net.
Galway United: Greaney (O’Gorman), Horkan, Rooney, Doyle (Higgins), Crowe, Quinlivan (Coyne), O’Dea, Asgari (Murphy), Thompson (Lomboto), Waweru, Rogers
Cork City: Kelleher, Holland, Bowdren, Jack O’Sullivan, Jamie O’Sullivan, Van Sinderen, Bargary, Djomo, Doyle, Collins, Lynch