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They would have never assumed it was was going to be easy, but the willingness to dig out a result when things seemed to be going against them against Melvin Gaels is something that Hollymount-Carramore will have been delighted to have shown on the field a fortnight ago. On Sunday the south Mayo men have the chance to create another little bit of history for themselves when they take on Moycullen to be crowned the intermediate kings of Connacht.
Galway milliner, Suzie Mahony will showcase her Spring/Summer 2016 Collection on September 20 at London Fashion Week. Her couture collection will feature as part of the House of Ikons Show at the Hilton London in aid of the Princes Trust.
The Galway Football Supporters’ Club has organised a legends lunch for Friday June 8 – the day before the Sligo game, at the Westwood House Hotel.
Galway senior club champions Corofin head to Kiltoom in Roscommon on Sunday (2pm) to take on St Brigid’s in the Connacht club final.
The Galway senior footballers start their 2010 Connacht football championship campaign away to New York this weekend. The game is fixed for 4pm (local time) in Gaelic Park and will be refereed by Maurice Condon.
There is a strong Galway flavour in RTE’s Road to Croker programme tonight at 8pm. The show looks back at Galway’s All-Ireland winning season in 1998 and has some clips from the championship campaign of that season.
Picking most teams at any level is a difficult exercise, unless of course you have absolute stand-out players like Ja Fallon, Padraic Joyce, Sean Og De Paor, Tomas Mannion, Michael Donnellan, Derek Savage and company, in their prime.Then it is just a matter of handing out the jerseys and letting the talented guys show the world how they have been blessed by God and mother-nature.
“London calling to the faraway towns,
Last Saturday evening Salthill/Knocknarra were expected to defeat a very limited St Brendan’s handily. Instead a shock of epic proportions was on the cards if the Ballygar men had a little more ability, poise, and self-belief.
Galway’s Padraic Joyce, former All-Star Michael Donnellan, and a host of national football greats such as Kerry’s Seamus Moynihan, Armagh’s All-Ireland winning captain and current Kildare manager Kieran McGeeney, Kildare’s Glen Ryan, Anthony Rainbow, John Divilly David Heaney, Derek Savage, Conor Mortimer, Paul Clancy, Richie Fahey, and Maurice Sheridan will all be in action this Saturday at Tuam Stadium at 3pm when they take on the current Galway football panel in a charity game.