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1. Fiontán Ó Curraoin is crucial to the cause
The Salthill/Knocknacarra footballers will face Corofin this Saturday in the county u-21 A final at Pearse Stadium (2.30pm).
Salthill-Knocknacarra and Corofin meet on Sunday in the highly-anticipated county senior football final at Tuam Stadium at 4pm. The clash of the best two teams in the county has the potential to be a humdinger if both teams play to the best of their abilities.
Salthill-Knocknacarra and Corofin will face each other again this year in the county minor final which is fixed for Sunday (2pm) in Pearse Stadium.
Killererin is an amazing football club. With a very small pick of players and an overdependence on a few key men, they are only behind Corofin in the number of county senior titles won in the past decade.
There should be some top-class football on show this Sunday afternoon at Pearse Stadium (4pm) when the two best u-21 sides in the county face off in the county A final.
• The Galway Ladies minor team overcame Roscommon in Menlough on Saturday. In what was a must-win game to keep their Connacht hopes alive, Galway on 2-10 to 0-7. The ladies now have a weekend off before they face Sligo in the final round-robin game, in which a win can keep their Connacht final hopes alive. The u14s, however, suffered a heavy round-robin championship defeat on Thursday to an excellent Roscommon side. As a result, they must win in their next match away to Mayo on Saturday. This takes place in Kiltimagh at 5pm. The seniors continue their preparation for the league semi-final against Clare in Birr on April 29, and Con Moynihan is hoping a few injuries to players will have cleared up in time for the clash.
Salthill-Knocknacarra take on Corofin in the county u-21 A football final on Saturday in Tuam Stadium (2pm).
Oughterard will face North Board champions Kilconly in the county intermediate football final in a few weeks after finally seeing off the resilient challenge of Carna-Caiseal.
There were 10 championship games in the county football championship last weekend with all 20 senior clubs in action. Unusually with that many games down for decision, there were no draws and the winning teams now advance to round three.