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Tony Duffy is in his third year as Mayo minor manager and on Sunday he’s looking for his latest batch of minors to pick up a second provincial crown in those three years. This year Mayo will have to do it the hard way by going to the their opponents backyard to win the title.
In Tuam Stadium on Saturday evening there is an attractive double header with Tuam Stars and Mountbellew/Moylough (5.45pm), followed by St James taking on Caltra at 7.30pm.
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.
History was created in Stewartstown,Tyrone, on Saturday when Galway’s Medtronic were crowned All Ireland Junior football champions for the first time.
Alan Mulholland’s young Galway football team – featuring eight players who won All-Ireland u-21 medals last year against Cavan – tore into the National Football League with gusto, skill, and plenty of belief to register a meritorious 1-15 to 1-11 victory over Derry in Celtic Park last Sunday.
Medtronic footballers have qualified for the All Ireland Junior Interfirms Football final after proving too strong for the Cork Teachers in the All Ireland semi-final played in Mallow recently.
Many GAA people in the county were not pleased with Mountbellew/Moylough’s decision to engage in a lengthy appeal process after their defeat to Micheal Breathnach’s. They had been defeated twice, and the feeling was that they could have accepted their lot and moved on.
Following the exciting 1-11 to 2-8 drawn game last weekend in the county football championship between Cortoon-Shamrocks and Mountbellew/Moylough, the county board will be hoping for a big crowd at the replay which takes place this Sunday in Tuam Stadium (4.15pm).
The county intermediate football semi-final replay between Carna-Caiseal and Oughterard has been fixed for Saturday (5.15pm) at Pearse Stadium.
The winter training ban for inter-county footballers and hurlers is officially over, even though some counties did not seem to know it was in place in the first instance; and the first bit of competitive action of 2011 in Connacht kicks off this weekend with the start of the FBD league.