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The last Mayo League side standing the Connacht Junior Cup will be looking to take a big scalp when they head to Galway on Sunday afternoon. Iorras Aontaithe will take on Mervue United in the quarter-final stages of the competition and look to do what fellow Super League side Ballyheane were unable to do in the last round, knock out the Galway city outfit. Mervue are currently sitting in second place in the Premier Division in Galway, five points behind leaders Athenry, with one game left to go in the league and are one of five Galway sides to make the last eight of the Connacht Junior Cup.
The action in the Mayo League proper will get under way next Saturday evening, April 11, when the four divisions in the league kick off for the 2015 season.
St James were too strong, too organised, and had too much guile for a very disappointing Cortoon Shamrocks outfit last weekend at Tuam Stadium.
The Galway football management team of Alan Mulholland, Paul Clancy and Declan Meehan has announced its championship panel for the coming few months.
After defeats to Meath and Donegal, the Galway senior footballers will strive to get their first points on the board when they face Laois in O’Moore Park on Saturday evening (7pm) in a crucial league game.
Connacht will aim to win their first Railway Cup football final since 1969, when they face Ulster this Sunday (2.30pm) in Tuam Stadium.
Following two consecutive defeats to Meath and Donegal, the upcoming game against Laois on March 1 takes on greater significance for the Galway footballers.
The two top football teams in the county in 2013 are Salthill and Corofin, and they will face each other in the county final on October 13 after their respective victories last weekend.
The Claregalway Hotel County Senior Football Championship semi-finals are down for decision this Sunday.
St James are seen by many football people as a club that can win a county senior championship over the next few years, if they keep progressing.