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It has not been an easy start for Finian Hanley and Galway in the National League this year. Two defeats in their opening two games and two defections from the camp has had the eyes of the GAA public on Galway for all the wrong reasons, but Hanley has put all that behind him and is looking forward to Sunday’s game with Mayo and making progress.
This Sunday at Tuam Stadium many Galway supporters will have their first opportunity to see Tomas O' Flatharta's team in the flesh when they face neighbours Mayo in the NFL division one fixture.
Ten years ago Galway were the high kings of inter-county football.
•The Sean Purcell Academy Day takes place this year on Saturday and will be hosted by Tuam. This annual event is a blitz day for all intercounty u-14 academy players which will see 13 teams from six counties taking part. The participating players have been chosen after a selection process. The games will be played at two venues in Tuam, Tuam Stadium and the Tuam Stars ground, commencing at 11am.
Galway can have absolutely no complaints after their one-point defeat last Saturday evening to a vibrant, fit, and tremendously committed Sligo outfit.
In a surprise move the Galway management team has axed Claregalway's Barry Cullinane and Carna/Caisheal's Niall Coyne from the county panel.
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.
Galway footballers will have to improve enormously on the wretched and pitiful second-half display they produced against Kerry last weekend if they are to get anything out of their joust with Tyrone in Tuam this Sunday (2.30pm) .Based on last weekend, one side appears to be on an upward graph and the other on a downward spiral.
Galway will more than likely have to wait until the last Sunday in June in a probable Connacht semi-final in McHale Park in order to try to defeat Mayo in a senior competitive game in 2010.
Spring may have arrived last Monday, and while many national school children were making St Bridget crosses to herald a season of new beginnings, it is with the start of the National football and hurling leagues that signals the end of the winter hibernation for many GAA fans. Genuine GAA supporters just love going to live games.