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Following Galway’s first round win over Mayo, the senior and intermediate club football championships kick off this weekend.
The “ACT Winter Ball 2016” in aid of ACT for Meningitis will take place on Saturday November 5 at the Salthill Hotel in Galway. Beginning with a prosecco and craft beer reception sponsored by Independent Brewing Company of Ireland, and to the sound of the award winning choir “Notorious” at 7pm, the evening will include a sumptuous four-course meal with wine, followed by an exciting line up of entertainment including Galway’s premier and super fun live band Lewd Tunes and much more.
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All county football referees have been ordered to stop youngsters from playing immediately if they are not wearing a mouthguard.
Last Sunday Frank Kinneen became the first referee in Galway football in 37 years (since Tom Boyle, Ballinasloe, in 1972 and 1973) to referee the county senior final in consecutive years.
As a new year heralds in a new season, it also brings with it a new selection of rules to be tried out during the provincial and national leagues. With the FBD league supposed to have got under way in Garrymore on Sunday for Mayo against NUIG this raft of new rules will get its first airing in front of the Mayo faithful on Sunday week. For your ease, here is a run down of the new rules to be debuted on Sunday.
Ahead of this weekend’s football fixtures the GAA’s Football Playing Rules Revision Committee has moved to clarify and confirm the protocol for the implementation of the proposed experimental rule relating to fielding directly from a kick out.