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The Galway county final was on last Sunday in Tuam Stadium and it ended in a disappointing draw, Corofin 0-9 and Mountbellew/Moylough 0-9. The replay is on Sunday week. The standard of fare on offer was very poor and despite splendid weather conditions for football, none of the Mountbellew forwards could manage a single score from play in the entire 60 minutes and the Corofin forwards weren’t much better, hitting nine wides in the first half alone and only scoring 0-3 (1f) in the second.
The Galway county final was on last Sunday in Tuam Stadium and it ended in a disappointing draw, Corofin 0-9 and Mountbellew/Moylough 0-9. The replay is on Sunday week.
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.
It is time for club members to have their say when the Galway GAA Club Forum takes place on Tuesday November 10.
The Heart of Galway were crowned All Ireland Senior Interfirms Football champions for the first time with a narrow one-point victory over a gallant Intel side in Ballyforan.
Recently crowned county champions Corofin has the highest number of representatives on Galway’s Dream Team.
In 1966 Galway were fortunate to get out of Connacht by beating Mayo. To an extent they were also lucky in a hard fought semi-final against Cork. They eventually won what was regarded as the best game of football seen in years, by a score of 1-11 to 1-9. And so they were into their fourth All-Ireland final in a row and going for three wins in a row and the question was, would this team reverse the three losses in a row that Galway suffered at the hands of Kerry 1940, Kerry 1941, and Dublin in 1942? Meath still stood between them and Sam.
The Galway SHC final, due to take place this weekend between Portumna and Loughrea has been postponed. It remains uncertain whether Mullagh will bring an appeal to a higher authority about their dramatic semi-final loss to Loughrea.
The Galway county hurling final has been called off this Sunday due to the fact that Mullagh GAA club are possibly going to appeal to the DRA about their game with Loughrea being fixed at a fixtures committee when the man that chaired that meeting was suspended at the time the fixture was made.
Corofin’s manager this season, Ger Keane, has been involved with Corofin football in different capacities for the past 30 years or more.