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Galway GAA are calling local clubs from across County Galway to swap their beds for sleeping bags for one night and host their own Virtual Sleep Out in support of those facing homelessness in our community.
Four decades of referee experience will come to the fore on the green swathe of TEG Cusack Park, Mullingar, when Rosemount native, Pat Fox, takes charge of the Westmeath Senior Football Championship final to be contested by Tyrrellspass and St Lomans on Sunday afternoon.
The final four of the Galway senior football championship has been decided following a feast of football last weekend.
Seeking to attain their 17th senior football title, St Brigids will be hoping to winter the Fahey Cup within the clubhouse surrounds as they strive for final supremacy against current holders, Padraig Pearses, in Hyde Park, on Sunday (throw-in, 3pm).
Now that GAA club games are being played again, we thought to show you the county champions of 1936, Wolfe Tones. They were a city based team who also won the championship in 1941 but after that they seemed to fade out. Another city team of the period, Galway Gaels, who were champions in 1930, also faded out in the 1940s. Maybe some of the members of both clubs joined Father Griffins which was founded in 1948.
There was yet more success for Galway athletes at the second weekend of action at the National Senior Track and Field Championships in Morton Stadium.
The Galway Camogie championships hot up this weekend with four semi-finals down for decision.
Athlone pulled off the upset of round as they downed Rosemount 2-11 to 1-10 at Hogan Park in Moate on Saturday evening in the Shay Murtagh Precast Senior Football Championship quarter-final.
Galway United’s disappointing SSE Airtricity League first division season continued last weekend with two defeats ensuring tomorrow’s Eamonn Deacy Park encounter against Bray Wanderers assumes added significance.