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St Patrick's Day 2015 will live long in the memory of Corofin players, management, and supporters all over the county and further afield.
Some 100 tennis players contested this year’s Connacht Open, moved from its traditional date in October to the June Bank Holiday weekend.
There should be some top-class football on show this Sunday afternoon at Pearse Stadium (4pm) when the two best u-21 sides in the county face off in the county A final.
“Tot Homines Quot Sententiae” - a Latin maxim states that for every person, there is an opinion. And the Corofin supporters leaving Parnell Park late on Saturday night, feeling despondent after yet another All-Ireland semi-final defeat, also had many diverse opinions.
Corofin have been down this road a few times before, and they will know they face a stiff test against Antrim champions St Gall’s on Sunday at Parnell Park (2.30pm) if they are to advance to the All-Ireland club final on St Patrick’s Day.
Galway senior county champions Corofin will be favourites to see off Castlerea in the Connacht club championship semi-final in Hyde Park on Sunday at 2.30pm.
1 - TOP CLASS DEFENCE
Winning a provincial title at club level is a great honour and Galway County champions Corofin annexed their fourth Connacht title last Sunday by easily defeating Eastern Harps from Sligo. Corofin’s previous provincial successes came in 1991, 1995 and 1997 and they are now second in the provincial honours list behind the magnificent Clann na Gael team that won seven titles, including a sensational six-in-a-row from 1984 to 1989.
Giant-killers Cortoon Shamrocks are just one step from their first county title and a successful end to their fairytale championship when they face favourites Corofin in Sunday’s Claregalway Hotel Senior Football Championhip final at Pearse Stadium (1.30pm).
Winning a provincial title at club level is a great honour and Galway county champions Corofin annexed their fourth Connacht title last Sunday when easily defeating Eastern Harps from Sligo.