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Honesty is the best policy. And to that end, it is fair to say that many Galway football supporters are a tad apprehensive about the National Football League season ahead.
Many times in the past decade, Galway football fans have headed to championship games hoping to win, and returned disappointed, but last weekend was a day to savour.
Which would you rather do? Play well and lose? Or play badly, ride your luck a bit, and win?
Current county champions Corofin take on Cortoon Shamrocks at 5.15pm on Sunday evening. Mick Culkeen’s charges had an impressive 3-18 to 2-7 win last weekend over a disappointing Bearna outfit and they will feel if they can be a bit more efficient in front of goal, they have a fighting chance in this one.
Many GAA people in the county were not pleased with Mountbellew/Moylough’s decision to engage in a lengthy appeal process after their defeat to Micheal Breathnach’s. They had been defeated twice, and the feeling was that they could have accepted their lot and moved on.
At half time last Sunday few, if any, Galway football supporters would have held out too much hope of a win for Tommy Joyce’s minor team in the All-Ireland semi-final at Croke Park.
St Jarlath’s College take on old rivals Coláiste Chríost Rí (Cork) in the All Ireland Senior Schools A semi-final on Saturday (2pm) at the Claughaun GAA pitch in Limerick city.
Three goals in a 10-minute blitzkrieg during the first half helped St Jarlath’s College secure their 47th Connacht title over a slightly unlucky Summerhill side.