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Galway defeated All-Ireland champions Kerry on Sunday afternoon to set up a league final against neighbours Mayo on Sunday April 2 in GAA HQ.
Deservedly absorbing the magnitude of Westmeath’s historic victory in Croke Park on Saturday, team manager, Jack Cooney, spoke to the Athlone Advertiser on Monday morning, as he recalled the weekend celebrations upon the county’s Tailteann Cup success.
Should the Westmeath senior footballers achieve their aspirations on Saturday evening in Croke Park, the honour of being the inaugural captain to raise the Tailteann Cup aloft will be bestowed upon Caulry club player, Kevin Maguire.
Mayo go to Croke Park on Sunday, looking to claim a 13th National Football League title when they take on Kerry in the competition decider.
Galway face Mayo this Sunday afternoon in a Connacht final with extra significance. Not only is it a continuation of the old-school straight knock out championship, but, to accommodate the expected large crowds, the game has been moved to Croke Park.