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The Galway minors under the management of Stephen Joyce will be hoping to win a second successive provincial title when they take on Sligo in Pearse Stadium on Sunday at noon.
Opening day of this year's Galway Senior Football Championship produced two lopsided affairs that lacked any real cutting and never set the supporters' pulses racing at any stage.
Stephen Joyce's county minor football squad enjoyed an easy 13-point victory over a lacklustre Mayo on Sunday at McHale Park.
The Galway minors, under the guidance of Clonbur’s Stephen Joyce, face a massive game this Sunday in McHale Park at 2.30pm when they take on the home team in the first round of the Connacht championship.
A season that started with such promise for Galway United ends tomorrow when the Tribesmen visit Oriel Park to play SSE Airtricity League premier division champions Dundalk.
The Galway minor footballers battled bravely against a highly-rated Kerry in Sunday's All-Ireland final in Croke Park, and although they lost by 3-7 to 0-9, they were a good bit closer to the Munster champions for the first 50 minutes.
The Galway minor footballers, under the guidance of team manager Stephen Joyce and selectors Jason Taniane and Terence Morgan, produced a good performance Sunday in Croke Park on Sunday, defeating Donegal by 2-12 to 1-11 to qualify for the All-Ireland minor final for the first time in nine years.
Galway minor footballers will face impressive Ulster champions Donegal this Sunday in Croke Park (1.30pm) in the All-Ireland semi-final.
Galway United under-19s travel south on Tuesday evening to face League leaders Cork City in the semi-final of the Enda McGuill Cup. Kick-off is at 6.00pm at Bishopstown.
The Galway minor footballers secured a last four spot against Donegal in Croke Park on August 21 with a solid 3-10 to 0-12 victory over Laois in Tullamore last Saturday. Galway goalkeeper Cormac Haslam was in tremendous form for Stephen Joyce's charges and he made some top class saves to keep the O'Moore men at bay. It was fortunate for Galway that Haslam made those saves and that Laois were quite wasteful in front of goals or the game would have gone down right to the wire.