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The first of this year’s county football semi-finals takes place this Sunday (4.15pm) at Tuam Stadium between Milltown and Corofin.
The replay of the county football quarter-final between Claregalway and Corofin took place on Saturday evening in Tuam Stadium with last year’s beaten finalists Corofin advancing on a 1-15 to 1-10 score-line.
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.
Oughterard Golf Club: Lady Captain’s Day (Peggy Blehein), Maebh Malone (28) 70; Raymonde Standun (18) 72; Gross Ursula Hernon (17) 89; Mary Farrell (20) 76; Ann Walsh (35) 76; Cat 1, Isolda Claffey (13) 78; Cat 2, Alice Murphy (27) 78; Cat 3, Mary Mylotte (29) 79; Front 9, Monique Bolger (26) 37; Back 9, Deirdre O'Donovan (22) 35; Past captain, Barbara Richardson (21) 84; Committee, Ann Faherty (24) 83; Veterans, Cait Kelly (27) 81; Ladies’ guest, M Ryan; Men’s guest, C O'Reilly; Men's 12 hole, D Begley (13) 28.
It would be easy to believe that next Sunday will be a sure thing for Corofin. They are at home, they have won the Connacht championship before in 1991, 1995, and 1997, and they showed some good form against Castlerea the last day out.
It is impossible not to be a major fan of the terrific coverage that TG4 are providing and have provided over the past few years of Gaelic games at club level every Sunday during the winter and spring periods. And their highlights package on Monday evening at 8pm is in the not-to-be-missed category for any genuine dyed-in-the wool GAA enthusiast.
It is impossible not to be a major fan of the terrific coverage that TG4 are providing and have provided over the past few years on Gaelic games at club level every Sunday during the winter and spring periods. And their highlights package on Monday evening at 8pm is in the not-to-be-missed category for any genuine dyed-in-the- wool GAA enthusiast.
1 - TOP CLASS DEFENCE
Giant-killers Cortoon Shamrocks are just one step from their first county title and a successful end to their fairytale championship when they face favourites Corofin in Sunday’s Claregalway Hotel Senior Football Championhip final at Pearse Stadium (1.30pm).
Winning a provincial title at club level is a great honour and Galway County champions Corofin annexed their fourth Connacht title last Sunday by easily defeating Eastern Harps from Sligo. Corofin’s previous provincial successes came in 1991, 1995 and 1997 and they are now second in the provincial honours list behind the magnificent Clann na Gael team that won seven titles, including a sensational six-in-a-row from 1984 to 1989.