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On paper it should have been a highly competitive fixture. Instead it turned into a disappointing game.
The All-Ireland semi-final between Corofin and Nemo Rangers of Cork will take place on Saturday in Cusack Park, Ennis.
A last-gasp levelling score from Corofin's Gary Sice got his side out of jail to send the Galway Senior Football Championship final to a replay, 0-15 to 2-9.
This Sunday in Tuam Stadium will see the meeting of age-old rivals Corofin and Tuam Stars in the 2019 county final. Throw-in at Tuam Stadium where the new Tommy Varden terrace will open for the first time, is at 3.30pm.
Corofin and Tuam will meet in Tuam Stadium in two weeks' time in this year’s county final as they overcame the challenges of Salthill-Knocknacarra and Moycullen respectively.
Eight became four in the Claregalway Hotel Galway Senior Football Championship last weekend as Tuam Stars, Moycullen, Salthill/Knocknacarra and Corofin advanced from their quarter-final clashes.
On Sunday in MacHale Park – Galway club champions Corofin put their provincial and All-Ireland club titles on the line when they take on Mayo champions Ballintubber (2pm).
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.
An interesting Westmeath Semior Football Championship semi-final double header is scheduled for TEG Cusack Park on Sunday.
All year people have been making Corofin the hottest of favourites to win an historic fifth county title in a row and their scoring returns of 2-15, 2-17, 1-18, and 4-13 in their win over Moycullen two weeks ago, show the attacking prowess they have in championship football.