Galway WFC host Peamount United in their final home league fixture of the season on Sunday in Eamonn Deacy Park (2pm).
Peamount have it all to play for. A win would keep their league title hopes alive, but should Galway get a result and Raheny win in Castlebar, then Raheny United will retain the title.
In this final home of their first season in the league, Galway will be hoping a big crowd turns out for the women who have performed admirably under Nigel Keady in the Bus Eireann Women’s National League.
And the game should provide plenty of interest with some six Irish internationals in action, particularly after Ireland went so close to upsetting European champions and world number 2 team Germany in a World Cup qualifier in Tallaght Stadium last Saturday. Ireland led for most of the game, but in the end went down 3-2 to a last-minute German winner. Several members of that Irish squad are expected to feature on Sunday, including Galway exiles Julie Ann Russell and Dora Gorman who feature in the Peamount squad.
Admission for the game is €5 with children free.