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The first Mayo man I met early on Monday morning in the staff room just nodded at me. Smiled a sheepish, bashful smile, shrugged his shoulders, looked a tad embarrassed and said nothing. And he was right. Because, unfortunately, there was nothing to say.
The first Mayo man I met early on Monday morning in the staff room just nodded at me. Smiled a sheepish, bashful smile, shrugged his shoulders, looked a tad embarrassed, and said nothing. And he was right. Because, unfortunately, there was nothing to say.
The Galway u-21 footballers picked the ideal occasion to produce an exemplary team performance in defeating Cork by 1-14 to 1-11 in the All-Ireland final on Saturday evening in Limerick’s Páirce na nGael.
The Galway u-21 football panel will head down to Limerick this Saturday afternoon with the prime objective of collecting another All-Ireland at that grade for the county.
The Galway u-21 footballers will head to Tullamore this Saturday (2pm) to take on Kildare in the All-Ireland semi-final knowing they will have to improve significantly on their Connacht final display if they are to get past a big, tall and physical Kildare outfit.
This Monday in Tuam Stadium (4pm) the Galway u-21 footballers kick start their Connacht championship campaign with a clash against Sligo.
A man who broke an eight-year-old boy’s nose in a drunken stupor left court €1,300 poorer this week (February 20), but did not go to jail after the judge accepted the measures he had taken since to address his problems.
Like all good champions Garrycastle were never going to relinquish their crown too easily. The prospect of winning a four-in-a-row was a huge carrot for Paul Clancy’s side but ultimately Mullingar Shamrocks’ greater hunger and fitness was rewarded as they celebrated a famous one-point win.
As county finals go this was quite bizarre. For two thirds of the game Garrycastle looked to be on course to collect their fourth Flanagan Cup on the trot without being asked too many questions. Never out of third gear and holding a 3-7 to 1-4 lead early in the second half the reigning champs could well be forgiven for thinking they had at least one hand on the cup.
Paul Clancy knew he had big boots to fill when he decided to put his name forward for the post of Garrycastle manager earlier this year. Anthony Cunningham had, after all, guided the Altown outfit to the three-in-a row of county titles. He was at the helm on their memorable journey which saw them become the first Westmeath side ever to be crowned provincial champions and come within a whisker of all-Ireland glory against Crossmaglen last March.