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Corofin need a big display to see off improving Mountbellew

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The county senior football final this Sunday at 4pm in Tuam Stadium is a repeat of the 2015 final between Mountbellew-Moylough and current champions Corofin.

Intermediate replay on Sunday

Following their exciting draw last weekend, the Aran Island intermediate footballers will face off against Williamstown this Sunday at 2.45pm in Pearse Stadium.

Smooth-moving Mountbellew/Moylough look strong

The first semi-final at Tuam Stadium was a one-sided affair which Michael Donnellan's Mountbellew/Moylough won easily by 17 points on a scoreline of 3-15 to 1-04 against Monivea/Abbey.

Smooth-moving Mountbellew/Moylough look strong

The first semi-final at Tuam Stadium was a one-sided affair which Michael Donnellan's Mountbellew/Moylough won easily by 17 points on a scoreline of 3-15 to 1-04 against Monivea/Abbey.

Mountbellew/Moylough should be too strong for Monivea-Abbey

The first of the two county senior semi-finals at Tuam Stadium on Sunday at 2pm sees Michael Donnellan's Mountbellew/Moylough taking on Monivea-Abbey, who are under the guidance of Barry Downey.

Corofin march into county quarter-finals

Reigning county champions Corofin will play Moycullen this weekend in the quarter-final of the county championship after keeping their ‘drive for five’ alive when overcoming last year's finalists, Salthill/Knocknacarra by 1-18 to 2-12.

Football championship hots up with four quarter-finals

St James’ v Mountbellew/Moylough (Sat 6pm in Tuam Stadium)

Salthill and Corofin meet in repeat of 2016 county final

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.

Galway hurlers, the 1950 team

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Galway featured in the first All-Ireland hurling final in 1887 when they were beaten by Tipperary. Their first victory in a final came in 1924 when they won the 1923 decider. They played that day in blue and gold colours. They were known on other occasions to tog out in black and amber jerseys. In the 1930s the GAA decided that each county should adopt its own colours, and as UCG had won the Sigerson that year, and their captain was on the County senior team, it was decided that Galway would play from then on in maroon and white, the colours of UCG.

Senior club football championship action back this weekend

The Galway senior football club championship recommences this weekend after a long break over the summer months.

 

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