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Well, it is clear Leinster are the new kings of Europe. It emerged last weekend when they had a win in the European Championship final in Bilbao against Racing 92.
Following Galway’s first round win over Mayo, the senior and intermediate club football championships kick off this weekend.
It was a tense and at times turgid Connacht quarter-final clash on Sunday afternoon - that was until Galway set McHale Park alive in injury time to seal victory by 0-12 to 1-12.
On a scorching hot Bank Holiday Sunday Dublin put in a scorching first half performance to lead Mayo by double scores at the break and set up their victory in the Ladies Football National Football League division one final in Parnell Park.
The month of April finally saw Damien Comer take some time to draw breath after a hectic three months on the field with county and college.
The Galway Women’s FA and the team sponsor, The Loughrea Hotel and Spa, have teamed up to announce a Win a Training Session for you Club competition for clubs throughout the city and county. The competition means that members of the team will come to the winning club and do a full training session that includes a skills session and a strength and conditioning session. As well as this great prize there are 20 tickets available to the Republic of Ireland v USA Men’s International Friendly in the Aviva Stadium on the 2nd of June. Entry forms are available via the hotels website www.loughreahotelandspa.com and via Facebook.
GROWING AFFLUENCE and increased leisure time are said to be the main reasons for the growing presence of sport in the daily lives of more and more people. The sports sections in newspapers are getting bigger, and there is rarely a news bulletin on radio or TV without a sports report.
After another crazy week of European football, it is back to domestic matters this weekend with the end of the season fast approaching.
After last weekend's break for league cup action the attention returns to league football this weekend for the top division sides.
The race to follow in the footsteps of last year's Mayo GAA junior champions Lahardane begins in earnest this weekend.