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Corofin players were to the fore at the second annual AIB GAA Club Player Awards which took place in Croke Park.
Instantly impressive, the new and exclusive small development of Cloch Chora is situated in Corofin village and offers modern style and superior finishes. The development has been occupied from last year and is completing this year, and new residents love it here. This home is a great opportunity to find a new, energy efficient, home with an affordable price point.
Donegal travel to Corofin on Sunday afternoon for a 2pm throw-in to face Galway in the final round of league fixtures in the Lidl Ladies National Football League. With both teams already confirmed for the semi-finals, along with All-Ireland champions Dublin and Cork, this game is effectively a dead rubber, but should decide who finishes in top spot.
Six county titles, four Connacht titles and three All Ireland titles in the last six years. Understandable then, that on Sunday evening after they had lifted the All Ireland Senior Club Football crown for a second year in succession, media analyst Joe Brolly stated Corofin were "the perfect Gaelic football team" and "the best club team I’ve seen".
This family owned home is newly remodeled and extended by its owners to provide modern living spaces and excellent larger than standard rooms internally. Situated on the Galway side of Corofin village, it has super size private rear gardens and is a great home choice for €168,000.
Sherry FitzGerald is offering to the market No 8 Garrai Glas for sale by private treaty. This is a quality detached family home in a popular small development in Corofin village. The property has a south facing rear aspect with lovely views of the surrounding countryside.
Corofin and Galway player Liam Silke won the inaugural AIB club footballer of the year when he was announced as the winner last weekend at a function in Croke Park.
Medtronic hurlers have regained the All Ireland Senior Hurling title for the first time since the 2013 season with a dramatic last-gasp victory over reigning champions Banagher Concrete in the final at Duggan Park, Ballinasloe during the week.
Galway and Connacht club champions Corofin qualified for the All-Ireland club semi-final when they easily defeated Fulham Irish (London) by 3-8 to 1-04 in Ruislip at the weekend. They will now meet Moorfield (Kildare) on February 17.
uam Stadium on Sunday afternoon, many supporters felt Mountbellew-Moylough, based on their form over the past few months, and Corofin's lack of urgency all season - paticularly in their one-point win over Annaghdown - had a fighting chance of pulling off a surprise result.