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Kiltormer GAA complex in East Galway is the place to be this Sunday! What is happening…….well a Monster Charity Auction with all the trimmings! From BBQ, children’s entertainment, face painting, cake sale, Bric-A-Brac and fashion corner it going to be a hive of activity. The auction has been organized to create safe and accessible car parking at the local national school which currently only has six car spaces, forcing parents to park on both sides of a busy main road. The LCDG is leading the project and needs to raise €100,000 to make their dreams a reality. The Monster Auction is the main fundraiser for the project and so the group is calling for strong support locally.
John Quinn has just brought to the market No 18, Cluain Dara, a four bedroom semidetached home in walk-in condition on the Western Distributor Road.
Mountbellew-Moylough are back into the county semi-finals after a narrow 1-13 to 1-12 victory over Maigh Cuilinn at Pearse Stadium after extra-time on Saturday.
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.
The four county senior football quarter-finals are down for decision this weekend in two double headers at both Pearse Stadium (Saturday) and Tuam Stadium (Sunday).
Two young Galway men will attempt to make the final cut for the Underdogs team that will play All Ireland Champions, Dublin. Fintan O Cuanaigh from An Spidéal and St James’ GAA Clubs will be hoping to secure a final spot in the midfield position and Enda Fleming from Corofin is looking at making the cut in either the half back or half forward lines.
When we played with Corofin or Galway back in the 1990s, we would point out at team meetings that to win a championship game, a team needed nine or 10 players to beat their direct opponent in their individual duels. If that happened, you generally won the game.
Galway minor football team manager Donal Ó Fátharta, was gracious in defeat despite the disappointment.
The Galway U17 footballers battled to the bitter end in Sunday's All-Ireland final before falling short by four points to a history-making Kerry side by 0-21 to 1-14.
With three rounds of the newly-formed group stages of the Galway Senior Football Championship completed, there is still much to play for.