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Mayo continued their dominance over fiercest Connacht rivals Galway with a hard fought four point win in Salthill last Sunday. Galway, obviously reeling after four successive defeats against the green and red set the tone early on with some big hits as they let the visitors know they were not going to roll over this time around.
After last weekend's abject second-half performance in their 2-10 to 0-10 home defeat to Laois, the Galway footballers need to rediscover their footballing mojo.
Galway and Connacht champions Corofin will take the M6 motorway on Saturday morning to Tullamore to take on the Leinster and All-Ireland champions St Vincent’s in the eagerly anticipated All-Ireland football semi-final in O’Connor Park (2pm).
The Galway senior footballers 2015 National Football League campaign gets under way this Sunday with a home tie against Meath at Pearse Stadium (2pm).
Corofin are 1/12 to win next Sunday's county final at Tuam Stadium (4pm), with St Michael's available at 8/1, and Mulholland's is offering the city side an 11 point (+11) handicap at 10/11, supporting the view of most pundits that Corofin will reign supreme.
The biggest defeat I can remember suffering in senior club football was in 1990 when Salthill-Knocknacarra hammered Corofin in the county final by 14 points.
The county senior football championship really heats up this weekend, and the last eight teams that can win the Frank Fox Cup in 2014 are all in action on either Saturday and Sunday.
Everyone's favourite for the county football championship, Corofin, hit the ground running with a comprehensive 3-14 to 0-10 victory over Mountbellew-Moylough last weekend at Tuam Stadium.
Corofin have won the Connacht club title five times since 1991, and they reached another Connacht club final last Sunday afternoon when they recovered from a disastrous start to narrowly defeat Mayo champion’s Ballintubber at MacHale Park, Castlebar.