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Tuam Stars and their supporters will be in high spirits this week after their tremendous and deserved one-point victory over Mountbellew/Moylough on Sunday.
Tuam Stars and Mountbellew/Moylough renew acquaintances again this Sunday in Tuam Stadium (3.30pm) for the replay of the county quarter-final after they drew 2-4 to 0-10 last weekend.
As expected Alan Mulholland was ratified as Galway senior manager by the Galway Football Board on Monday night.
All Ireland winning u-21 football manager Alan Mulholland is expected to take over as senior manager.
The first of this year’s county football semi-finals takes place this Sunday (4.15pm) at Tuam Stadium between Milltown and Corofin.
Fourteen of the 16 teams left in the county championship are scheduled to be in action this weekend. There is a double header at Pearse Stadium on Saturday evening with the other five games fixed for Sunday. The Cortoon Shamrocks and Micheal Breathnachs fixture cannot go ahead as Mountbellew/Moylough continue with their ill thought out appeal process. They have been beaten twice on the field of play this season already and they should just move on from those defeats. Four of Sunday’s games are down as double headers at Corofin and Tuam, with Carraroe and Annaghdown on in Pearse Stadium. There will be extra time in any of the games that end in a draw.
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.
1972, 2002, and 2005. These are the three years Galway won the All-Ireland u-21 football title. Hopefully, after this Sunday, the roll of honour in that grade for the maroon and white will include 2011.
Galway u-21 footballers, who defeated Roscommon in the Connacht final two weeks ago, face a hotly fancied Cork outfit on Saturday (6.30pm) in Cusack Park in Ennis.
Alan Mulholland’s county u-21 footballers kicked off a productive weekend for Galway football when winning the Connacht title for the first time in six years at Pearse Stadium on Saturday.