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Last Sunday was a special day in the history of St James GAA club.
County champions Killererin and St James dominate the 2010 Claregalway Hotel Dream Teams announced this week.
The St James’s footballers and their loyal supporters of Mervue and Renmore will have to attend Mass early this weekend as they need to be on the N17 early on Sunday for their Connacht intermediate final meeting with Strokestown at 12.30pm in Tuam Stadium.
The Claregalway Hotel dream team nominations were announced this week and the selected XV in senior and intermediate will be presented with their awards at a gala function in late November.
All good things come to those who wait. And after last year’s heartbreaking defeat to Leitir Mór in the intermediate final, St James’ players and supporters must have wondered what they had to do to make the step up to senior level.
St James aim to get into the senior ranks of Galway football for 2011 when they take on An Spidéal in the intermediate final at 2pm in Pearse Stadium on Sunday.
In a surprise move the Galway management team has axed Claregalway's Barry Cullinane and Carna/Caisheal's Niall Coyne from the county panel.
The Galway footballers, under the management team of Joe Kernan, Seán Ó Domhnaill and Tom Naughton, will complete their maiden league campaign next Sunday with a home game against Derry in Pearse Stadium at 2.30pm.
It was almost 10pm on Saturday night when Callinan’s coach pulled out from Parnell Park in Donnycarney. And there were a lot of contented men on that bus. On the back window read the banner – TEAM GALWAY.
Galway will more than likely have to wait until the last Sunday in June in a probable Connacht semi-final in McHale Park in order to try to defeat Mayo in a senior competitive game in 2010.