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St James annexed their first ever u-21 county title on Sunday when they comprehensively defeated Corofin on a score-line of 1-19 to 2-7.
Captaining your club to county success at any level is something to which all good club footballers aspire, and this Sunday Johnny Duane (St James) and Adrian Molloy (Corofin) will hope to be hoisting the county u-21 cup at around 5.30pm.
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.
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.
An impressive and well coached St James u-21 outfit was too strong for Salthill-Knocknacarra on Sunday in Pearse Stadium in the West Board County u-21 A final.
The Galway senior footballers have the opportunity of bouncing straight back division to one this Sunday when they face Kildare in Pearse Stadium (2.30pm) in the final round of the league.
Galway head to Cusack Park in Mullingar on Sunday (2.30pm) for a crucial game against Westmeath in division two of the NFL. If Galway win, they will have five points in the bag and will have taken a huge step in maintaining their status for the coming year.
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.
The Galway footballers were knocked out of the championship on Saturday in Navan after being beaten by a point, 0-11 to 0-10, by a limited home side.
The Galway footballers head up the road to Navan to take on Meath in the qualifiers on Saturday (7pm) and the few loyal maroon supporters who travel will do so more in hope than expectation.