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Galway is gearing up for its big weekend of motor rallying when the annual Colm Quinn BMW Galway International Rally gets under way tomorrow.
Galwegians remain on top of the Ulster Bank League’s division 1B by a whisker.
The Adrian Freeman Memorial Cup Day for the Mayo GAA u14A Feile na nGael title takes place tomorrow April 19 in the Tooreen.
City rivals St Mary's College and St Joseph's College compete for the Walter Burke Memorial Cup in St Mary's tomorrow (10.30am).
The members of the Mayo senior football team will be putting last Sunday's disappointment to one side this weekend as the second round of games in the Breaffy House Senior Football League throws in across all the divisions. In the top division the local derby meeting between Breaffy and Ballintubber is one of the stand out fixtures. Breaffy, under new manager Declan Reilly, picked up a hard fought win over their other local rivals Castlebar Mitchels in round one, thanks to big performances from Aidan and Seamus O’Shea along with Alan Durcan in their full forward line, and will be hoping to have the same result against the 2010 and 2011 county champions. Ballintubber also picked up the points in their opening league game, seeing off Ballinrobe by six points, and Peter Ford’s men will be relishing this challenge that awaits them in Breaffy on Sunday.
A capacity 115 teams will compete in this year’s Safety Direct Galway International Rally which takes place on Saturday and Sunday.
Galwegians First XV face a difficult assignment on Saturday when they host first division outfit St Mary’s in the Bateman Cup (2.30pm).
Ballina Boxing Club are holding their second tournament of the season this Saturday evening, December 15 in their clubhouse, The Dick Hearns Training And Fitness Centre, Mercy Road, Ballina.
Traditional city rivals St Mary's and St Joseph's colleges compete for the Walter Burke Memorial Cup tomorrow in St Mary's at 1.30pm.