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St Patrick's Day 2015 will live long in the memory of Corofin players, management, and supporters all over the county and further afield.
The three week break in the National league came at a good time for the Mayo footballers and for joint managers Pat Holmes and Noel Connelly. It will give them time to work on certain issues that were so badly exposed by the Tyrone blanket defence, however it still did not detract the doubters and the critics from expressing their obvious concerns.
There is always something genuinely special about a day when your home club wins a big match and collects an important trophy.
Ballintubber go into their first senior provincial final as underdogs with the bookies, but the men from Clogher will be having no doubts in their own minds that they are up to the task on Sunday.
The biggest defeat I can remember suffering in senior club football was in 1990 when Salthill-Knocknacarra hammered Corofin in the county final by 14 points.
“No one remembers who wins the league, it’s all about the championship at the end of the day” were the words of Mayo manager Martin Brennan this week ahead of Mayo’s first round clash with Wicklow in the Christy Ring Cup in Arklow on Saturday afternoon.
1. Kieran Comer had a blinder
This Sunday the Leinster club final is well worth the trip to Tullamore to see Garrycastle take on Portlaoise at 2pm in what promises to be a top class game.
COROFIN 2-14 CHARLESTOWN 0-7