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There can be no argument now that the best two teams in the county will face off in this Sunday’s eagerly anticipated senior final, after St Thomas' withstood yet another gallant, but ultimately unsuccessful attempt by Cappataggle to reach their first decider.
The much-anticpated opening round of the senior hurling championship last weekend provided plenty of high-quality action for those fortunate enough to be in attendance or watching online, as kingpins St Thomas needed a dramatic late surge to escape from Pearse Stadium with a win over an unlucky Castlegar side.
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ST THOMAS 3-14
St Thomas survived a war of attrition against Tommy Larkins on Saturday afternoon to keep alive their dreams of retaining the county title for the first time, but they were really made to sweat by Ciaran Fahy’s side at a packed Kenny Park, prevailing 0-16 to 0-14.
The final group games for the 2019 club football championship takes place this weekend.
The focus returns to the club football scene in Galway this weekend with a full round of fixtures taking place, and the results will provide a strong indication of how each of the groups is shaping up in terms of qualification and relegation.
This year's senior club football championship, which gets underway this weekend, has a new format with 18 teams divided into three groups of six.
It was a lovely evening for hurling in Athenry on Sunday with a dry sod and warm autumnal sunshine for the double header in Kenny Park, and the senior tie of Liam Mellows and St Thomas’ was expected to be a highly exciting and competitive game.
Liam Mellows v Cappataggle (12.45pm)