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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.
Sometimes in life you just have to enjoy the moment, and not think of what lies ahead. It is the right thing to do.
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.
The two county senior football semi-finals are down for decision this Sunday at Tuam Stadium.
Corofin and Milltown have been drawn to face each other in one of the upcoming county football semi-finals, while in the other semi-final, Barna will face St Michael’s in a novel pairing after both sides had impressive victories over Caherlistrane and Annaghdown respectively last weekend.
The feeling entering Pearse Stadium for the round two football championship clash between St James and St Michael’s last weekend was that the Jimmies would be too strong for an injury-shorn St Michael’s outfit. And so it came to pass, with Seamus Burke’s charges winning easily enough on a score-line of 1-13 to 2-05.
St Michael’s are on the verge of regaining senior status. Next weekend’s County Intermediate Championship decider with Glenamaddy carries all the hallmarks of a defining afternoon for the city club.
St Michael’s GAA club was formed in 1956, and they have had some proud days in the past 52 years. However, few, if any, would have surpassed their achievement last Sunday when they collected their first provincial title in great style.
Nobody from St Michael's argued with the result in the All-Ireland Intermediate final last Saturday night. They could not.