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Corofin have it all to do to defeat Crokes

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We all remember different defeats with more emotion than others. Some leave a very raw scar that takes a long time to heal. It may be from a game that annoyed you intensely, or 60 minutes you would love to have re-lived again.

Corofin will have it all to do to defeat Crokes

We all remember different defeats with more emotion than others. Some leave a very raw scar that takes a long time to heal.

Improving Corofin gunning for another Connacht title

A foul afternoon against limited opponents can frequently be a tricky fence to negotiate. As the rain spilled relentlessly from a wicked Kiltoom sky Corofin simply needed to answer the questions that were being posed of them. Corofin’s responses were immaculate.

All Ireland club championship tops the list this weekend

We all remember different defeats with more emotion than others. Some leave a very raw scar that takes a long time to heal. It may be from a game that annoyed you intensely, or 60 minutes you would love to have re-lived again.

Corofin did their best, but not good enough this time

Corofin gave everything they had last Saturday in Mullingar to try to join Portumna on the feature bill for the All-Ireland finals on St Patrick’s Day in two weeks’ time, but they fell short of their target.

Corofin on red alert for Mountbellew-Moylough challenge

Mountbellew-Moylough will enter next Sunday’s county senior football final as rank outsiders when they face Corofin in Tuam Stadium (4pm).

Injuries a big worry for Corofin

Corofin, who are the current Connacht club football champions, are very aware of the threat posed to their crown by Glencar-Manorhamilton from Leitrim in this Sunday’s Connacht club semi-final at Tuam Stadium at 2pm.

Appeals culture in the GAA leaves a lot to be desired

The Galway county hurling final has been called off this Sunday due to the fact that Mullagh GAA club are possibly going to appeal to the DRA about their game with Loughrea being fixed at a fixtures committee when the man that chaired that meeting was suspended at the time the fixture was made.

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