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The Senior football quarter-final championship draw and relegation draw was made on Sunday evening and it throws ups some exciting games with Corofin and Tuam Stars a game to look forward to. Senior
Keith Fallon of GCH and Damien O'Boyle of Craughwell AC are commencing athletics scholarships in the USA this month.
Following their lacklustre draw last Sunday (0-7 to 1-4) in the Connacht final against Sligo at Hyde Park, the Galway minor footballers and, especially their forward division, have a chance to redeem themselves at Tuam Stadium tomorrow evening in the replay (Friday 7pm).
Galway u-21 footballers head down the N17 on Saturday to face Mayo in the Connacht championship semi-final at McHale Park at 5pm. (Extra time if required).
he draws for the Senior and Intermediate Championship 2015, sponsored by Claregalway Hotel and Bons Secours Hospital Galway respectively, were made at the Radio Na Gaeltachta studios this week.
Anytime you win a county senior title is a good time but there are certain times when it can be more favourable than others.
Senior Football Championship: Sat 28 Jun, At Tuam Stadium, Milltown v St James 19:45 Ref: Muiris Mac Gearailt; At Pearse Stadium, Annaghdown vAn Cheathrú Rua 19:45 Ref: Frank Kinneen; Sun 29 Jun, At Tuam Stadium, Corofin vTuam Stars 12:00, Ref: Shane Hehir; At Pearse Stadium, Mícheál Breathnach v Cárna-Caiseal 12:30 Ref: Gerry Daly; At Tuam Stadium, Caherlistrane v Caltra 13:45 Ref: Ger Cahill; At Pearse Stadium, Barna vNaomh Anna, Leitir Móir 14:15 Ref: Martin Flaherty; At Kenny Park, Killererin v St Michael's 16:30 Ref: Tommy Faherty; At Kenny Park, Salthill-Knocknacarra v Kilconly 18:00 Ref: Máirtín Ó Gríofa; At Tuam Stadium, Kilkerrin-Clonberne v Cortoon Shamrocks 17:15 Ref: Gearoid O Conamha; At Tuam Stadium, Mountbellew/Moylough vMenlough 19:00, Ref: Brenadan Kinneavy.
Last weekend I went to a few matches in the Galway senior football championship. The only consistency in the games that I observed, was the absolute inconsistency in the referring between games, the softness of some of the frees being given, and the poor standard of club football in the county. Anyone who has been watching inter-county football over the past decade or more will surely be aware of how the Tribesmen have drastically slipped back down the football rankings. From top of the pile in 2001, to not having won a senior provincial title since 2008, or even more shockingly, a provincial minor title since 2007. Watching the dire standard of referring at club level in the county last weekend convinced me that poor quality referring is also a factor in Galway’s, or any other county's demise.
1. Fiontán Ó Curraoin is crucial to the cause
A repeat of last year's county senior football final between Salthill-Knocknacarra and Tuam Stars, which the city side won by 0-12 to 0-7, is the stand-out tie in this weekend's senior football championship games.