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Salthill-Knocknacarra and Corofin will face each other again this year in the county minor final which is fixed for Sunday (2pm) in Pearse Stadium.
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.
The ultra competitive nature of the Galway SFC was emphasised once again last weekend as reigning county champions Killererin were dumped out of the title race by a highly impressive Cortoon Shamrocks outfit. It meant that for the third
Corofin who are many people’s favourites to lift the Frank Fox cup later this year will resume action this Saturday against Tuam Stars in Tuam Stadium at 7pm.
The clash of these two neighbouring clubs should provide for plenty of tough, hard, and exciting football action on Sunday evening.
It is a tremendous achievement and they will take a lot of beating in the final. With forwards like Derek Savage, David Warde, Michael Martin, and Mickey Costello, they have the potential to hurt most defences. Likewise guys like Brian Roache and Donal O’Neill - who are both top quality corner backs - and David Finnegan, John Martin, and Brion Gilmore are not easy to get by.
Twenty years is a long time in any individual’s journey through life. And 1989 seems like a different planet compared to some of the advances and negatives that we have experienced in the country over the past two decades.
Thankfully there are very many funny and humorous people in Galway GAA circles. And sometimes that wit can pass down the gene pool to the younger generation.
County final day and all the baggage that comes with it. Corofin just know how to deal with the heavy load. It is why their recent history is laced with success and silverware. If Corofin want to win a county title they usually do regardless of the competitors’ list.
Just when people were beginning to believe that Corofin’s position at the head of the Galway football table was under threat they ruthlessly dismiss such a notion by capturing the double in sunny Salthill yesterday. This wasn’t pretty but that didn’t bother the victors. “I don’t think the quality was great but we kept plodding along. Everyone says we’re not a hard team but we proved today we can play it anyway”, was Gary Sice’s initial reaction.