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As Anthony Cunningham's current three-year term as Galway senior hurling manager is now up, there will be a review process over the coming weeks to see if he will stay in-situ for 2015 and perhaps beyond.
Mayo will be looking to make it two wins out of two on Sunday when Mickey Harte’s Tyrone men come visiting McHale Park in the second of Mayo’s four home games in this year’s National Football League.
The increased cash boost to the coffers of Mayo GAA will not be as big as hoped for following the poor attendance figures at both the league semi-final and final. “We are still waiting on the money to be shared out, but it won’t be a big as we would have hoped for,” county board secretary Kevin O’Toole told the Mayo Advertiser this week. “The dividend will be split between the four teams each day involved and with the numbers that came along it won’t be what we would have hoped for. It’s like the club championship here, the less people that come along the less that comes in.”
The inter-county scene draws to a close this weekend, with old rivals Kerry and Dublin going toe to toe for football’s highest accolade.
They may not have won the five-in-a-row but as illustrated on Monday night the senior hurlers are still the heroes of Kilkenny.
The curtain came down on Mayo’s involvement in the All Ireland series last Sunday as Tony Duffy’s brave and battling minors bowed out in the All Ireland semi-final. But 62 days on from Pearse Park in Longford and their senior counterparts’ exit from the championship in the first round of the qualifiers, how far has the shaping of the future of Mayo football gone since just after 9.30pm in the underbelly of the stand in Pearse Park, when John O’Mahony announced that he was standing aside after four years?
There had been two nominations made by clubs to fill the role of Mayo senior football manager at the time that this paper went to print on Thursday evening.
This Saturday and Sunday sees the last of the club football down for decision for 2008.
The greatest Kilkenny hurling team of all time were swept away by a sea of black and amber on Monday evening. Thousands of supporters lined the streets of Kilkenny to greet their four-in-a-row heroes.
GAA chiefs are to lodge an official complaint against Croke Park and the GAA following the pitch invasion fiasco on All-Ireland Sunday in Croke Park.