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2010 county champions Killererin will fancy their chances on Sunday when they take on Leitir Mór (3.45pm) in Pearse Stadium. When they are all available, Stephen Flaherty’s side has got a fair bit of fire power up front, with the likes of Padraic Joyce, Micheal Boyle and Nicky Joyce. They can also call on Galway panellists Tomás Fahy and Colin Forde to shore things up at the back, alongside men like Declan Kelly and Daniel Mannion.
Two years ago in Markievicz Park - the last time the sides met in championship - Sligo won by 1-14 to 0-16. It was a replay and it had taken a super goal by Eoin Concannon (St James) in Pearse Stadium to even give Galway a second day out.
The other senior city sides, Salthill-Knocknacarra and St Michael’s were also in action last weekend at Pearse Stadium and Gerry Hughes’ men had it all too easy winning on a score-line of 0-13 to 0-5.
Round two of the FBD league between Galway and NUIG is fixed for Tuam at 2pm this Sunday.
Annaghdown’s Niall Coleman is back on the Galway senior football panel for the new season.
Kilconly GAA club had their proudest day ever last Sunday when the club which was founded in 1943 went senior for the first time in the club’s history.
After last weekend’s exciting draw in the intermediate football final, Oughterard and Kilconly clash again this Sunday at Pearse Stadium (3.45pm) in a really attractive double header with Tuam Stars and Salthill/Knocknacarra in senior action at 2pm.
As a perfect seasonal bookend to the flames of Uishneach, summer will be officially tucked away for another year on the grounds of Mount Druid only five miles away, when the Murphy family host the Green Village music and arts festival on September 24.
Alan Mulholland’s u-21 squad provided a terrific and well-timed tonic for Galway football with an impressive and comfortable victory over Cavan in Sunday’s All-Ireland final at Croke Park.
The best aspect of the Galway u-21’s terrific victory over favourites Cork in Cusack Park on Saturday was the superb display of Tomás Flynn and Fiontán Ó Curraoin at midfield. They were outstanding.