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With three rounds of the newly-formed group stages of the Galway Senior Football Championship completed, there is still much to play for.
Ballinrobe will be painting the town red and green this summer for its annual festival. This year the festival promises to be bigger and better, welcoming the Big Red Barn as the main venue which will host headline act Hermitage Green, and firm favourites Bagatelle.
Corofin and Galway player Liam Silke won the inaugural AIB club footballer of the year when he was announced as the winner last weekend at a function in Croke Park.
Corofin footballers produced an awesome 30 minutes of Gaelic football on Saturday afternoon, ripping seven-times All-Ireland champions Nemo Rangers apart in the first half of the All-Ireland club football final.
The Corofin senior football squad did what was required on Saturday in Tullamore when they advanced to the club's third All-Ireland decider in their history.
Galway and Connacht club champions Corofin qualified for the All-Ireland club semi-final when they easily defeated Fulham Irish (London) by 3-8 to 1-04 in Ruislip at the weekend. They will now meet Moorfield (Kildare) on February 17.
Recently-crowned Connacht football champions Corofin will travel to London this weekend to play Fulham Irish in the All-Ireland quarter-final in what is a novel pairing for both teams.
If only we could see these two sides go toe-to-toe in the height of summer, rather than in the gloom of November with a constant mist seeping into the bones of those in action on the field and the hardy souls in the stands.
Castlebar Mitchels renew acquaintances with Corofin in the Connachht Club final this Sunday in Tuam in what promises to be a mouth watering clash. Both teams know each other very well at this stage having crossed paths three times in the last number of years. Corofin needing extra-time last year to beat Castlebar in MacHale Park. Coincidently Mitchels have beaten the Galway kingpins twice in Tuam in what were rip-roaring encounters. Neither team seems to be at the level that they were a number of years ago, but they are still very evenly matched.
uam Stadium on Sunday afternoon, many supporters felt Mountbellew-Moylough, based on their form over the past few months, and Corofin's lack of urgency all season - paticularly in their one-point win over Annaghdown - had a fighting chance of pulling off a surprise result.