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Heading out from Dunmore on the way to Carrick-On-Shannon early on Sunday afternoon we recognised the car in front of us going at a good auld pelt.
Midfielder Alex Byrne is hoping Galway United can finish the SSE Aitricity League premier division season with a flourish starting by registering a win over Bohemians at Eamonn Deacy Park on Friday evening (7.45pm).
Following a demanding few months, Athlone Town have finally found their feet, in the shape of several new youthful signings.
Join Irish Soccer Legend, Liam Brady for an evening of sport with a preview of the Champions League Final, FA Cup Final and Euro 2016 in Motorpark, Headford Road, Galway on Thursday next May 19 at 6.30pm.
The replay of the Galway county senior hurling final takes place this Sunday at Pearse Stadium (1.45pm) with Craughwell and Sarsfields doing battle once again, to see who will take home the Tom Callanan trophy for 2015.
Whatever training sessions that Hollymount-Carramore put in over the next fortnight preparing for the Connacht Intermediate Football Championship Final against Moycullen, it’ll be nothing compared to the battle they came through on Sunday in MacHale Park.
While Garrymore would have prepared for all eventualities as best they could going into this game, the prospect of Aidan O’Shea loitering behind his midfielders and closing things up at the back is probably one of the last things they would have expected to face on Saturday afternoon. O’Shea who was deployed as a target man full forward for Mayo all summer and was posted in a similar position in Breaffy’s last league game against Kilmaine a fortnight ago and his positioning would have caught plenty of people off guard who were in the county grounds for this game.
Well, have the heart rates returned to normal yet? With just over 24 hours to go until Mayo and Dublin square up again in Ireland's colosseum, anticipation is at boiling point as the gladiators in green and red prepare to do battle once more with the Jacks from the city. While Mayo have named their first 15 on paper already ahead of the skirmish on Jones Road, if we have learned anything this year from Noel Connelly and Pat Holmes' tenure in charge of it is to expect the unexpected. While Barry Moran's inclusion in the quarter-final was a bolt from the blue, the decision to drop David Drake into the cauldron for his first championship start was a bolt from far beyond the reaches of our solar system.