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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.
Killererin will face Mícheál Breathnach’s in a quarter-final championship replay next Saturday in Pearse Stadium (6.15pm) and the 2010 county final winners are fortunate to have another crack at reaching the last four.
Killererin v Mícheál Breathnachs
Galway footballers have only won one Connacht senior title since 2005. Or putting it another way, the county has only bagged one senior provincial title in seven years. Not good.
St James joined Salthill in the Galway Senior Football Championship quarter-finals with a hard earned 1-10 to 0-8 victory over Caltra on Saturday evening in Tuam Stadium.
2010 county champions Killererin will fancy their chances on Sunday when they take on Leitir Mór (3.45pm) in Pearse Stadium. When they are all available, Stephen Flaherty’s side has got a fair bit of fire power up front, with the likes of Padraic Joyce, Micheal Boyle and Nicky Joyce. They can also call on Galway panellists Tomás Fahy and Colin Forde to shore things up at the back, alongside men like Declan Kelly and Daniel Mannion.
Corofin got their county championship defence off to a winning start last Saturday evening when they defeated Tuam on a score-line of 0-14 to 1-6 at Tuam Stadium.
The Claregalway Hotel & Bon Secours Hospital Senior Football Championship kicks off this weekend with a full round of games and some exciting ties down for decision.
Both Galway corner backs, Kieran McGrath (Corofin) and Keith Kelly (StGrellans), will make their senior championship debuts against Roscommon in Dr Hyde Park (4pm) on Sunday.
The Galway senior footballers and their management team will travel to face Roscommon on Sunday (4pm) knowing they have a tough task on their hands.