Search Results for 'Corofin'

243 results found.

Some things don’t change much

Mountbellew-Moylough will enter next Sunday’s Galway county senior football final as rank outsiders with many pundits when they face Corofin in Tuam stadium at 4pm, with deferred showing on TG4 at 5pm.

Corofin expected to collect their tenth Galway county title since 1991

Mountbellew-Moylough will enter next Sunday’s Galway county senior football final as rank outsiders with many pundits when they face Corofin in Tuam stadium at 4pm, with deferred showing on TG4 at 5pm.

Corofin should have power and experience to collect in replay

Mountbellew/Moylough will have learnt much from their first county final in more than 20 years. They will believe also they are capable of producing a much more sustained and polished performance than the one they produced two weeks ago.

Minor final should be a humdinger

The top two club football sides at minor level over the past few years, St James and Corofin, face off this Saturday at 2.30pm in Pearse Stadium in the county minor “A” final.

Galway’s Dream Team

Recently crowned county champions Corofin has the highest number of representatives on Galway’s Dream Team.

St James collect third minor title

St James had a terrific win over Corofin last Saturday in the minor A final at Pearse Stadium. They won on a score-line of 1-11 to 1-07.

Corofin to meet Charlestown in Connacht final

Corofin reached another Connacht senior football final with an impressive and professional victory over Glencar/Manorhamilton last Sunday in Tuam Stadium on a score-line of 2-13 to 0-9.

THREE KEY DUELS THIS WEEKEND

Greg Higgins (Corofin) v Tom Parsons (Charlestown)

Three key duels to decide Sunday’s Connacht club final:

1. Tom Parsons (Charlestown) V Greg Higgins (Corofin)

Heartbreak for Charlestown as Corofin ease home

image preview

Corofin 2-14

 

Page generated in 0.0496 seconds.