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Joe Bergin’s decision to retire from inter-county football after 13 years playing senior for the county was not a huge surprise.
In Tuam Stadium on Saturday evening there is an attractive double header with Tuam Stars and Mountbellew/Moylough (5.45pm), followed by St James taking on Caltra at 7.30pm.
Galway supporters were delighted to be treated to a fine display by Alan Mulholland’s men last Sunday against a disappointing Roscommon outfit in the Connacht Senior Football Championship.
The Galway senior footballers and their management team will travel to face Roscommon on Sunday (4pm) knowing they have a tough task on their hands.
There was some surprise in Galway football circles yesterday with the news that Killererin star Nicky Joyce is not on the panel for the upcoming Connacht football championship.
If you like sporting drama, then Pearse Stadium was the place to be last Sunday afternoon.
It was good to see the Galway footballers fight back from a bad position in the first half in Pearse Park, Longford, last Sunday and claim a crucial two points against Monaghan.
After the buzz and excitement of the big win over Derry in round one of the NFL, it was back to reality last Sunday in Pearse Stadium when the Galway footballers were fortunate to get a point from their tie with Louth.
Alan Mulholland’s young Galway football team – featuring eight players who won All-Ireland u-21 medals last year against Cavan – tore into the National Football League with gusto, skill, and plenty of belief to register a meritorious 1-15 to 1-11 victory over Derry in Celtic Park last Sunday.
Every journey must have a starting point and Alan Mulholland’s reign as Galway senior manager takes its first tentative steps on a national stage when his young side takes on Derry in round one of division two of the National Football League on Sunday at 2.30pm.