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Favourites Galway lost out to Roscommon by 1-11 to 1-13 in the opening round of the Aisling McGing u-21 Championship.
It has been five years since the Galway footballers won the JJ Nestor Cup.
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The success of the Mayo minor hurlers in winning the All Ireland Minor C Championship was the major bright spot in the year for all involved with hurling in the county. The team led by manager Brian Finn and Johnny Regan defeated Monaghan in Ballinamore, Leitrim at the beginning of September. En route to the final, they saw off the challenge of Sligo and Cavan. It was a double minor celebration for Tooreen’s David Kenny who also picked up an All Ireland minor football winners medal a few weeks later.
On bank holiday Monday at 2pm, Tooreen will be looking to see off the challenge of Four Roads from Roscommon and book their place in the Connacht Intermediate Club Hurling Championship final. Monday’s game in Athleague will see the blue devils look to keep up the form that saw them demolish Ballyhaunis in some style in the county final a fortnight ago.
A feast of intercounty hurling for u-16s takes place on Saturday in Athenry’s Kenny Park and Ballyloughnane, home of Liam Mellows GAA club.
Top jockey Ruby Walsh may be among the winners at Roscommon next Tuesday.
The draw took place for the quarter-finals of the Salthill Hotel Senior Hurling Championship earlier in the week and threw up some top class ties.
The National u14 Feile na nGael championships this year will see two hurling sides from Mayo taking part in Dublin from July 5 to 7. Tooreen will represent Mayo in division four, as they are hosted by the Naomh Mearnog Club in Portmarnock. The side are also grouped with Tomas Davis in Tallaght and Dungannon (Tyrone). The Tooreen side go to the festival in high hopes of progressing out of their group, with one eye also on the division four final in Croke Park. Tooreen’s last national title was in 2004, as they overcame Middletown of Armagh in the division three final in Navan to claim the Michael Cusack Trophy. Many of that Feile na nGael winning side are now members of the Tooreen and Mayo Senior Hurling teams.
Galway Ladies Football are preparing for a big clash with Clare in the National League semi-finals.