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The Galway players worked exceptionally hard all over the field last Sunday to harvest a terrific and inspiring victory. There was a real steeliness to the entire performance which was fantastic to see.
After a very successful launch last year, Strike a Blow is returning in 2015 for its second round and this time your efforts will help the Galway Hospice.
An acquaintance of mine from Galway and his wife took a few nights away in lovely Westport last February to celebrate Valentine's Day. When he had a few jars taken one evening he went talking football with an older man in his sixties in a local tavern and proceeded to start slagging him about Mayo's defeats in All-Ireland finals since 1989.
The Galway footballers started their Connacht championship campaign with a comprehensive victory over a disappointing London last Sunday in Ruislip.
Connacht will aim to win their first Railway Cup football final since 1969, when they face Ulster this Sunday (2.30pm) in Tuam Stadium.
Roscommon’s minor footballers are just 60 minutes away from completing a three-in-a-row of Connacht titles thanks to a four-point win over Sligo last Sunday. Fergal O’Donnell’s side were in control throughout against a Sligo side that found scores hard to come by.
Mayo again highlighted their credentials as serious All-Ireland contenders as they made light work of dismantling Roscommon in this Connacht semi-final meeting. Played in front of almost 20,000 spectators the gulf between division 1 and the rest was once again all too plain to see as James Horan’s men waltzed to a 12-point win.
Successful Tuam businessman John Concannon of JFC Manufacturing Ltd will be one of several guest speakers at a two-day national business networking forum which takes place in Galway in November.
Reigning champions Roscommon remain on track to defend their title having easily accounted for a disappointing Leitrim side in Carrick-on-Shannon last Sunday. Fergal O Donnell’s men were far superior to Leitrim throughout the field and judging on this performance they have every chance of claiming back-to-back titles.
Padraig Pearses GAA Club members are mourning the loss of club vice-president, Fr Nicholas Murray.