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Galway will be on red alert on Sunday

This Sunday’s Connacht semi-final between Galway and Sligo at Markievicz Park has a classic “hot favourites v massive outsiders” feel to it, and is in truth a potential banana skin for Galway.

Galway must be on red alert in Markievicz Park

It will take the loyal Galway supporters from the last 20 years a few moments to re-adjust their hard drive at Markievicz Park in Sligo this Sunday when they see one of the finest footballers of his generation, Kevin Walsh, marshalling the opposition in championship football.

Galway will be on red alert against Sligo

This Sunday’s Connacht semi-final between Galway and Sligo at Markievicz Park has a classic “Hot Favourites v Massive Outsiders” feel to it, and is in truth a potential banana skin for Galway.

Mayo have the motivation to sneak past Galway on Sunday

My uncle worked in the pub business all his life. It’s all he really knew. I remember clearly one day as a young lad when he asked me what a pub needed to survive. I was young and innocent so I spoke of good food, passing trade, live music, a good pint of Guinness, a growing demographic in the area and some sponsorship of local teams and events. Yada, yada, ya.

Mayo fully deserved their victory

Despite being bitterly disappointed like many other Galway people by our defeat to Mayo on Sunday, and the manner of it, it must be acknowledged that the better team won.

Three necessary improvements

1.The amount of ball lost in the tackle: On far too many occasions ball was turned over by Galway players. They allowed Mayo players to stop them and just physically rip the ball out of their hands. Mayo have obviously worked on their tackling, but from a Galway perspective it was most disappointing to see the likes of Finian Hanley, Paul Conroy, and others losing the ball in contact. Likewise we were blocked down on numerous occasions and that gives a great lift to the opposition. We must not allow that to happen this weekend.

St James tackle Leitir Mor in intermediate final

This Sunday in Pearse Stadium ( 4pm) St James will take on Leitir Mor in the eagerly-awaited county intermediate final.

Maree record first National League

Maree took the honours in only their second game of the National League when they overcame local rivals Titans in a packed Calasanctius gym at the weekend.

Galway’s Dream Team

Recently crowned county champions Corofin has the highest number of representatives on Galway’s Dream Team.

 

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