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Corofin and Milltown have been drawn to face each other in one of the upcoming county football semi-finals, while in the other semi-final, Barna will face St Michael’s in a novel pairing after both sides had impressive victories over Caherlistrane and Annaghdown respectively last weekend.
Everyone's favourite for the county football championship, Corofin, hit the ground running with a comprehensive 3-14 to 0-10 victory over Mountbellew-Moylough last weekend at Tuam Stadium.
The Galway senior footballers kick start their National Football League campaign this Sunday when they face Derry in Pearse Stadium at 2pm.
I was in the Neale last Sunday morning for an u15 semi-final and there, taking pride of place, was the Pete Mc Donnell junior cup sitting on top of the gated entrance to the field. There were many gravelly, tired sounding, voices in the small compact stand, which is very understandable considering this was their first and only adult title of their 110 year history and no doubt a long night of celebrations had taken place.
Joe Bergin’s decision to retire from inter-county football after 13 years playing senior for the county was not a huge surprise.
The Ulster Bank GAA Force Roadshow travelled to Castlebar Mitchels GAA Club on Wednesday night, where some 250 Mayo GAA fans took part in the evening’s activities. The event featured a panel discussion and questions and answers session with RTÉ pundit and Kerry GAA legend Pat Spillane, former Mayo players Liam McHale and Martin Carney, and current Galway stars Joe Bergin and Finian Hanley. The event was MC’d by Newstalk sports commentator David McIntyre.
In Tuam Stadium on Saturday evening there is an attractive double header with Tuam Stars and Mountbellew/Moylough (5.45pm), followed by St James taking on Caltra at 7.30pm.
On Sunday afternoon in O’Moore Park (2pm), the Galway hurlers face Offaly in the 2012 Leinster semi-final.
It may seem churlish to nit-pick when a team wins a championship game by 10 points, but the Galway management team and the Galway players will know they will have to be much more imposing and tight at the back when they face Offaly on June 17 in Portlaoise in the Leinster semi-final (2pm throw-in).
The Galway football management team of Alan Mulholland, Donal O’Flatharta and Alan Flynn have made no changes to the starting 15 that faced Roscommon in the first round of the Connacht championship.