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Ballinasloe footballers made history on Sunday by qualifying for the Junior All-Ireland final at Croke Park on February 9. They defeated Port Mor (Armagh) on a score-line of 2-7 to 0-10 at a rain-swept Breffni Park in Cavan.
This Sunday a special gathering of the football people of Ballinasloe, past and present, takes place when St Grellan's head to Kingspan Breffini Park for the All-Ireland Junior football semi-final against Armagh’s An Port Mór at 2pm.
Ballinasloe GAA club ended the season on a high last Saturday after winning the Connacht Club Junior football championship crown on an impressive scoreline of 4-11 to 0-7 over Oran (Sligo).
This Saturday in Kiltoom (2pm) the footballers of Ballinasloe will hope to write some new history for the famed club when they take on Oran in the Connacht junior football final.
One of the best games for entertainment and end-to-end action of the entire weekend took place last Saturday in Pearse Stadium in the county Junior A replay where Ballinasloe beat Clifden 2-16 to 4-9.
There is a lot of genuine disappointment in Galway football circles this week after last Saturday’s one point defeat to Antrim who played their football in Division Three of the NFL last season, and whose last Ulster senior title was in 1951 and whose last Ulster minor title came thirty years ago in 1982.
The Galway footballers and their hardy band of loyal supporters face the arduous journey to Casement Park to take on Antrim this Saturday (3pm) in round two of the All Ireland qualifiers.
Whatever exuberance and confidence that was was starting to bubble within Galway football supporters’ hearts after the facile win over a poor Roscommon team, was mercilessly wiped out last Saturday evening. Sligo won a senior championship tie for the first time at a Galway venue, comprehensively outscoring Galway by 2-14 to 0-15.
Paul Conroy v Johnny Martyn
The Galway football management team of Alan Mulholland, Donal O’Flatharta and Alan Flynn have made no changes to the starting 15 that faced Roscommon in the first round of the Connacht championship.