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Galway enjoy facile win, but Roscommon will provide a bigger challenge
Galway are through to the 2022 Connacht final following a facile 4-20 to 0-09 win over Leitrim in Pearse Stadium on Sunday.
Hard to see past a Galway victory in Pearse Stadium
Galway footballers face Leitrim in the Connacht Championship semi-final in Pearse Stadium on Sunday (3.30pm) - the winners will be rewarded with a meeting with provincial favourites Roscommon.
Mayo head to the byroads while Galway take the direct route
On paper and in the hours before the build-up, this game seemed to have it all. Two sides with a storied rivalry going back before the foundation of the state; both with much to prove after their last outings up in the big city, now meeting on a sun-splashed day that looked like July even if it still had the nip of Spring in the air when a cloud circled overhead and 25,000 partisan fanatics packed in to watch battle on the freshly laid turf in the old colosseum on MacHale Road.
Galway prevail over fancied Mayo by a point
Padraic Joyce managed Galway to a championship victory over Mayo for the first time on Sunday with a superb 1-14 to 0-16 victory in over their arch rivals in Castlebar.
Galway and Roscommon meet again, but with a league title at stake
Galway and Roscommon prepare for another meeting - this one of more significance for Padraic Joyce's players as they seek to claim the Allianz Football League division two crown.
Galway footballers secure promotion with four-goal haul over Derry
The Galway footballers will be playing division one football in 2023 after securing an immediate return to the top flight with a game to spare.
Galway now prepare for crucial clash after overcoming Clare
Padraic Joyce’s Galway footballers overcame the challenge of Clare in Tuam Stadium in blustery conditions on Sunday afternoon.
A trip to Tralee to savour is on the way
Mayo travel to the Kingdom for a mouth-watering top-of-the-table clash against Kerry in round five of the national league on Saturday evening in Tralee.
Galway footballers set to continue unbeaten league run
Galway look to maintain their winning run in the Allianz Football League's division two when they host Clare in Tuam on Sunday (2pm).