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Outsiders Monivea/Abbey pulled off what must be the shock of the football championship so far when knocking out Tuam Stars at the quarter-final stage by 3-09 to 1-10 in Corofin on Saturday.
No 76 An Leargan is most certainly one of the most impressive homes on the market. It is finished to exacting standard by its owner and is an O'Malley build.
St James’ v Mountbellew/Moylough (Sat 6pm in Tuam Stadium)
This Saturday’s preliminary championship quarter-final in Tuam Stadium at 3.45pm between Corofin and Salthill/Knocknacarra will be a repeat performance of last year’s county final.
It is most noticeable over the last number of months that Corofin is fast becoming an ‘improving area’ in property terms. This is in no small way impacted by its proximity to the new Gort–Tuam bypass which has a connection to the motorway just minutes away.
Caithriona King spent ages perfecting her drawing of the Liam McCarthy Cup. She included all the details, such as the Celtic design, on the coveted trophy for the All Ireland Hurling Championship winners.
Heading out from Dunmore on the way to Carrick-On-Shannon early on Sunday afternoon we recognised the car in front of us going at a good auld pelt.
Corofin senior footballers head up the road to Carrick-on-Shannon in Leitrim on Sunday in the hope of equalling the famous Clan Na nGael club side's haul of seven Connacht senior titles.
Corofin senior footballers have been practically untouchable over the last four years in the Galway club championship, and some of their players have never tasted defeat, even once, in the county championship in the four seasons they have played senior football.
The Galway senior football championship final this Sunday at Pearse Stadium (3.30pm) sees hot favourites Corofin take on 2012 champions Salthill-Knocknacarra.