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Senior Football Championship: Sat 28 Jun, At Tuam Stadium, Milltown v St James 19:45 Ref: Muiris Mac Gearailt; At Pearse Stadium, Annaghdown vAn Cheathrú Rua 19:45 Ref: Frank Kinneen; Sun 29 Jun, At Tuam Stadium, Corofin vTuam Stars 12:00, Ref: Shane Hehir; At Pearse Stadium, Mícheál Breathnach v Cárna-Caiseal 12:30 Ref: Gerry Daly; At Tuam Stadium, Caherlistrane v Caltra 13:45 Ref: Ger Cahill; At Pearse Stadium, Barna vNaomh Anna, Leitir Móir 14:15 Ref: Martin Flaherty; At Kenny Park, Killererin v St Michael's 16:30 Ref: Tommy Faherty; At Kenny Park, Salthill-Knocknacarra v Kilconly 18:00 Ref: Máirtín Ó Gríofa; At Tuam Stadium, Kilkerrin-Clonberne v Cortoon Shamrocks 17:15 Ref: Gearoid O Conamha; At Tuam Stadium, Mountbellew/Moylough vMenlough 19:00, Ref: Brenadan Kinneavy.
Division 1: Saturday19 Apr, At Cregg, Annaghdown v Caherlistrane 4pm Ref: Shane Hehir; At Tuam Stars, Tuam Stars v St James 4pm Ref: Martin Flaherty; At Menlough, Menlough v Corofin 6pm Ref: PJ Rabbitte; At Milltown, Milltown v Killererin 6pm Ref: Gerry Guinan; At Leitir Móir, Naomh Anna v Mountbellew/Moylough 6pm Ref: James Molloy;
There were a number of Mayo competitors in the recent Tuam 8km event. There was lots of success for Mayo in the women’s event, with Mary Gleeson coming home in first position in a time of 29.38, just one place further back was her Mayo AC team-mate Colette Tuohy in a time of 30.32. In the women’s over 45 category Chris Gallagher from Mayo AC was first home in 33.41, with Pauline Gallagher claiming the W55 win in a time of 34.41 and Margaret Glavey completing the wins for Mayo AC in the W60. Other Mayo AC/Fit4Life finishers in the women’s event were Joan Walsh (35.16), Ann Fahy (36.35), Laura Heneghan (38.32), and Katie Concannon from Ballyhaunis meet and train (43.03).
A fishing trip turned into tragedy earlier this week when a freak wave knocked two men into the cold waters of Lough Corrib and, despite a major search and rescue effort by local fishermen and a coastguard helicopter, one man lost his fight for life in hospital hours later.
Current Galway football chairman John Joe Holleran is due to face a challenge for his position at the football board convention tonight (Thursday) in Loughgeorge.
The interview process for the next Galway football manager is due to get under way in the next week or so.
If it wasn’t a difficult enough task for Tony Duffy taking over as Mayo minor manager after two successive appearances in the All Ireland final at this grade for the county, on Saturday evening it is win or bust for the year before June is even out. Duffy was the man to come out on top of a number of candidates picked by the county board to lead the Mayo minor side this year, following Ray Dempsey and his backroom team’s elevation to the u21 side. So far so good for Duffy and his backroom team of Vinnie Walsh, Liam Lavelle, and Michael Ruane, the Connacht minor league saw Mayo pick up four wins from five, the only defeat coming at the hands of this weekend’s opponents Roscommon on the opening day of the competition at the tail end of March in Ballyhaunis.
Foxford Fest 2008, is a free, one day family friendly event on the streets of Foxford. The festival will take place this year on Saturday August 16 from 5pm to 9pm. The excitement surrounding the inaugural Foxford festival has been building up and a evening of fun and entertainment will take over the upper Main Street in the town from 5pm to 9pm.