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The Galway Ladies footballers edged Mayo by a single point, 0-21 to 1-17, at McHale Park, Castlebar, on Sunday, to bag their fourth Connacht title in succession.
The finest of margins separated these two sides in MacHale Park on Sunday afternoon, after looking like they were on the verge of a trimming 12 minutes in when they trailed by 0-7 to 0-1, Mayo came within inches of knocking Galway of their throne as the Queens of Connacht with a heroic display that came up just short in the final few minutes, where Galway’s greater composure in front of the posts saw them edge this battle.
The Galway ladies had to endure yet more league final disappointment when going down by 0-14 to 1-10 to Cork last weekend in O’Moore Park in the National League division one final replay.
The Galway ladies footballers head to St Loman's GAA club in Mullingar this Sunday (2pm) when they face Dublin in the Tesco Homegrown division one league semi-final.
The Galway Ladies have qualified for the division one league semi-final against Dublin on Sunday week after an impressive 1-16 to 2-06 victory over Mayo last weekend.
Galway travel to league leaders Monaghan for their next Tesco Homegrown division one league encounter in confident form.
Galway Ladies have gone top of the National Football League’s division one after a super 4-15 to 1-6 victory over Tyrone in Tuam on Sunday.
Sunday will be an historic occasion at north Galway’s Clonberne when the home side, Kilkerrin/Clonberne, contest the Tesco Homegrown All-Ireland senior ladies semi-final against Termon (Donegal) at 2pm.
Just as Halloween is about to roll around again for another year, one of the other seemingly annual events is also coming up this weekend, Carnacon are in a Connacht senior club final and the favourites for victory.
The Galway ladies footballers will head to Cusack Park in Mullingar this Saturday to face Dublin at 3.15pm in the all-Ireland semi-final following their impressive 0-17 to 0-14 victory over Monaghan last weekend in Birr.