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Star studded charity game called off

A charity game featuring a number of legendary GAA figures that was due to take place in Knockmore on Saturday evening had to be called off on short notice yesterday.

Charlestown fail to make chances count

Fr Rocks, Cookstown 1-8

Table toppers Tyrone next up for Galway

The Galway footballers will face a stiff assessment of their credentials this Sunday in Tuam Stadium when they face table toppers Tyrone (2.30pm) in round five of the National Football League.

Ruthless Tyrone will take nothing for granted against Westmeath

Westmeath’s hard-fought and unlikely win over Galway was a timely and welcome morale booster for our much maligned senior squad. Along with the u21 mid-week success it will go some way toward erasing the negativity surrounding the squad and management team for the time being at least. Let’s face it, few (outside the squad themselves) gave them a prayer against the Tribesmen. Not to take from the home side’s great win but Galway themselves must surely have expected to win.

Naomh Anna come up short against Cookstown

Naomh Anna, Leitir Mór, did their very best on Sunday afternoon at Pearse Park in Longford to try to reach the final of the All-Ireland Intermediate Championship, but it was not to be. They have punched above their weight for most of the season on the road to county and provincial success, but last weekend they came up against a team that was just too good for them. There is no shame in that. And to their credit, they fought like real troopers right to the final whistle as they have done all season.

No shame in being defeated by the best team in the land

Sri-Lanka on honeymoon was the last time I experienced rain like we had last Saturday in Dublin during and for a few hours after the Galway and Kerry game.

Galway have a realistic chance of getting two points in Omagh

How they perform against the current All-Ireland champions will tell us a lot about the real progress being made under Liam Sammon, and a win, especially up there, would do wonders for team morale and put the team in a good position going into a month with four consecutive games.

Naomh Anna Leitor Mor will give it their best shot

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The 2009 football year was a fantastic one for Naomh Anna Leitir Mór. They regained senior status in Galway and collected the county and provincial titles at intermediate level. They ticked all their boxes and their objectives were met with style and gusto.


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