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The Oughterard football team and their many loyal supporters will travel in large numbers to Dublin tomorrow (Friday) for the Celebrity Bainisteoir All Ireland Final.
After last weekend’s exciting draw in the intermediate football final, Oughterard and Kilconly clash again this Sunday at Pearse Stadium (3.45pm) in a really attractive double header with Tuam Stars and Salthill/Knocknacarra in senior action at 2pm.
Oughterard will face North Board champions Kilconly in the county intermediate football final in a few weeks after finally seeing off the resilient challenge of Carna-Caiseal.
The county intermediate football semi-final replay between Carna-Caiseal and Oughterard has been fixed for Saturday (5.15pm) at Pearse Stadium.
Corofin collected the u-21 A football title at the weekend with a 2-09 to 0-12 victory over a talented and hard-working Oughterard.
Oughterard take on Corofin
At 2pm St Michael’s take on Kilconly and at 3.30pm Glenamaddy take on Oughterard with the county u-21 final between Tuam Stars and St James’ also on the billing at 5.30pm.
I always feel a little sad taking down the tree on Little Christmas.
At the outset of 2008 as Galway football entered a decisive new chapter, the Connacht FBD League was utilised intelligently. Liam Sammon's approach saw Galway embrace the challenges with the required passion and zeal to book the considerable bounty of a trip to New York that awaits the winners.
I always feel a little sad taking down the tree on "Little Christmas".