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An interesting Westmeath SFC Final is scheduled for TEG Cusack Park on Sunday when holders St Loman’s face Tyrrellspass.
Garrycastle GAA Club, now in its 36th year of promoting Gaelic football at a grass roots level in Athlone, has established a unique and innovative nursery.
After Wednesday night's win for Ballintubber over Hollymount-Carramore, we now know the four sides who will be competing in Sunday's semi-finals of the Mayo senior football championship. Defending champions Castlebar Mitchels still look the team to beat after their win over last year's finalists Knockmore. They haven't hit full tilt yet but they are still the leading lights in the county at the minute, but their opponents on Sunday Garrymore will have plenty to say about it before the game is over in MacHale Park.
An interesting Westmeath Semior Football Championship semi-final double header is scheduled for TEG Cusack Park on Sunday.
All year people have been making Corofin the hottest of favourites to win an historic fifth county title in a row and their scoring returns of 2-15, 2-17, 1-18, and 4-13 in their win over Moycullen two weeks ago, show the attacking prowess they have in championship football.
Reigning county champions Corofin will play Moycullen this weekend in the quarter-final of the county championship after keeping their ‘drive for five’ alive when overcoming last year's finalists, Salthill/Knocknacarra by 1-18 to 2-12.
Following last Sunday's action-packed All Ireland SFC quarter-final draw, Roscommon and Mayo return to Croke Park next Monday for an eagerly anticipated replay.
A city councillor is demanding the Galway City Council call on the GAA to "immediately take steps" to ensure championship matches are available to view widely and not solely on subscription channels.
Garrycastle GAA Club are delighted to present Tearz in Your Eyes, a variety show with a difference.
Galway and Connacht club champions Corofin bowed out of the All-Ireland club series at the semi-final stage when they were beaten by nine points by Kerry and Munster champions Killarney Crokes in Limerick.