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Current All-Ireland, Connacht and Galway champions Corofin are boiling hot favourites to win their sixth county senior football title in a row this Sunday when they take on Mountbellew/Moylough in the county final at Pearse Stadium (3pm).
There is a real sense of anticipation in football circles around Galway this week ahead of the two county senior semi-finals in Tuam Stadium on Sunday afternoon.
The footballers of Kilkerrin/Clonberne were far too strong for Corofin in the senior ladies' football final last weekend in Maigh Cuilinn, winning by 22 points on a whopping scoreline of 7-16 to 3-6.
With three rounds of the newly-formed group stages of the Galway Senior Football Championship completed, there is still much to play for.
This immediately impressive home is presented in walk-in condition and has been obviously loved by its owners. There is excellent light in this home as it enjoys a south facing rear aspect and its grounds are simply but beautifully finished with the added advantage of a double garage
This family owned home is newly remodeled and extended by its owners to provide modern living spaces and excellent larger than standard rooms internally. Situated on the Galway side of Corofin village, it has super size private rear gardens and is a great home choice for €168,000.
Joint agents DNG Maxwell Heaslip & Leonard and DNG John Joyce are offering to the market this stunning four bedroom family residence, set on a beautifully landscaped one acre site located less than 2km north of Corofin village, 23km north of Galway city, and within 4km of the M17, offering easy access to Dublin, Limerick, and Sligo.
Sherry FitzGerald is offering to the market No 8 Garrai Glas for sale by private treaty. This is a quality detached family home in a popular small development in Corofin village. The property has a south facing rear aspect with lovely views of the surrounding countryside.
In poor weather conditions in Tuam Stadium on Sunday Alan Flynn’s Annaghdown side made a big impression when defeating Tuam by 2-15 to 1-6.