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St James are seen by many football people as a club that can win a county senior championship over the next few years, if they keep progressing.
This was a heartbreaking defeat for St James. To lose an All-Ireland final in Croke Park is never easy, but to lose one you could and should have won is devastating. The James lads will know this is one that got away.
You cannot buy experience, and it is one of the most valuable commodities a team can have going into an All-Ireland final, and St James’ captain on Saturday evening is a man with oodles of it.
The chance to win an All-Ireland final in Croke Park only comes to most clubs very infrequently, if at all.
St James have enjoyed a glorious 2010. Intermediate champions in Galway, promoted to senior, crowned Connacht champions, and awarded the club of the year for their efforts.
County champions Killererin and St James dominate the 2010 Claregalway Hotel Dream Teams announced this week.
The St James’s footballers and their loyal supporters of Mervue and Renmore will have to attend Mass early this weekend as they need to be on the N17 early on Sunday for their Connacht intermediate final meeting with Strokestown at 12.30pm in Tuam Stadium.
All good things come to those who wait. And after last year’s heartbreaking defeat to Leitir Mór in the intermediate final, St James’ players and supporters must have wondered what they had to do to make the step up to senior level.
Galway Golf Club: Men’s 18 holes singles stableford Hampers, Joe Joyce (13) 39;:Dillon Burke (10) 38; Gross Tom Nolan (1) 34; Paul Kerr (11) 38; Niall Lynch (6) 37; Stan Mortimer (14) 36.
This Sunday in Pearse Stadium ( 4pm) St James will take on Leitir Mor in the eagerly-awaited county intermediate final.