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Three county senior quarter-finals are down for decision on Sunday in the Claregalway Hotel/Bon Secours County Senior Football Championship.
The Senior football quarter-final championship draw and relegation draw was made on Sunday evening and it throws ups some exciting games with Corofin and Tuam Stars a game to look forward to.
Last Saturday saw Mayo move their historical record in the All Ireland Senior Football Championship qualifers into the black with their two point win over Fermanagh. This coming Saturday, they will be looking to move that win/loss record a little bit further into the black when they welcome Kildare to MacHale Park.
Tom Cribbin’s Westmeath face a defining fixture against Kildare in Sunday’s Leinster SFC semi-final clash against Kildare at Croke Park, 2pm throw-in.
Holders St Loman's, Mullingar were defeated 1-13 to 0-13 by Tyrrellspass at Cusack Park on Sunday evening.
Castlebar Mitchels are through to their second All-Ireland club final in three years after a heroic semifinal win over club kingpins Crossmaglen Rangers in Breffni Park last weekend. It really was a battle royal with both sets of players getting stuck into each other from the get go. I don’t imagine either team came up against such intensity in their run to the semifinal.
If anyone had any doubts about how much Castlebar Mitchels want to be bringing the Andy Merrgian Cup to Castlebar in March, they got their answer in Breffni Park on Saturday night. Mitchels are a team packed full of talented footballers from one end of the field to the other, but on Saturday night heart, guts, fight and determination were as much responsible for their one point win over Crossmaglen Rangers as any amount of talent.
It was a harsh lesson for Mayo last Sunday as an understrength side were thought a lesson by a hungrier Cork side in round one of the National Football League. In this weeks www.advertiser.ie Mayo GAA podcast, Mayo Advertiser Sports Editor Colm Gannon and former Mayo player and www.advertiser.ie columnist John Casey look back over that defeat on Leeside and look forward to the visit of Dublin to MacHale Park on Saturday night.
Medtronic senior footballers are back in the All Ireland Interfirms final after defeating Kingspan from Ulster in the semi final.
Sometimes in sport you have to put your hand up and say: “Today we were beaten by a better team.”