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Looking from the stand at the two respective sets of players on Sunday in Tuam stadium before the county final, there was an obvious difference in physique and power between the sides.
Corofin are 1/12 to win next Sunday's county final at Tuam Stadium (4pm), with St Michael's available at 8/1, and Mulholland's is offering the city side an 11 point (+11) handicap at 10/11, supporting the view of most pundits that Corofin will reign supreme.
City side St Michael’s has a number of serious injuries to key players to contend with ahead of the county semi-final replay against Barna in Moycullen (3pm) on Sunday.
After the total cake-walk and bore-fest between Milltown and Corofin in the first semi-final, most supporters were delighted that Barna and St Michael’s served up an entertaining and close encounter at Tuam Stadium on Sunday which ended in a 0-12 to 0-12 draw.
It sounded unbelievable this week to hear NAMA announce at a business breakfast in Galway that it is to invest €2 billion in construction projects, which, according to reports, will go towards completing unfinished shells of buildings primarily in cities around the country, to bring them up to standard suitable for selling on to buyers.
This is a very attractive championship fixture and the city rivalry between the two sides should get a good crowd into the stadium on Saturday evening.
The start time of South Westmeath’s Hunt Point-to-Point which takes place on Sunday March 6 at The Pigeons has been brought forward to 1pm. This is due to a very high level of entries.
Last Sunday at Tuam Stadium city side St Michael’s were too strong for pre-match favourites Kilconly and progressed to the county intermediate final on a score-line of 1-11 to 1-07.
This Sunday at Tuam Stadium (4pm) city side St Michael’s take on Glenamaddy in the intermediate championship football final.
St Michaels 1-11