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Galway have only themselves to blame for their one-point defeat to rivals Mayo in Sunday’s Connacht Final, according to manager Padraig Joyce, who said that his team were heartbroken, but were just not clinical enough when it mattered.
It was a day for grit and determination in a city more known for the flair and flavour of the arts and when it came to the crunch Mayo had that bit more of battle hardness than their hosts on the shore of Galway Bay.
It is five years since Mayo competed for the Nestor Cup while playing on the day it was to be handed out - the 2015 Connacht Final win over Sligo was Mayo's fifth in succession as they made Connacht their play-thing for half a decade.
Galway will take on Mayo in this year’s Connacht Senior Football Championship final on Sunday in Pearse Stadium, Salthill (1.30pm) with a place in the All-Ireland semi-final at stake.
Padraic Joyce’s Galway will move straight into the Connacht final after Sligo were forced to withdraw from the championship campaign due to Covid-19.
Padraic Joyce’s Galway side suffered a disappointing defeat in a blustery Pearse Stadium on Sunday afternoon.
Padraic Joyce’s Galway side was left reeling on Sunday afternoon in Tuam Stadium following a hammering from their closest rivals Mayo in round six of the Allianz league.
In a year like no other, Mayo put in a performance far above anything they had been able to muster in their previous five outings in the league before the action was called to a halt in early Spring.
Galway GAA are calling local clubs from across County Galway to swap their beds for sleeping bags for one night and host their own Virtual Sleep Out in support of those facing homelessness in our community.
On a day when the all-conquering Dubs overpowered Galway despite a promising start by the Tribesmen, Damien Comer produced a moment of magic out on the sideline by the Cusack Stand.