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Galway will need to improve to stop Armagh

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Nothing in sport is definite - and that unpredictability is one of the main reasons we are enthralled by it. However, it is reasonable to assert that the Galway footballers must improve significantly on what they have produced in the championship to date if they are going to beat Armagh on Saturday at Pearse Stadium (5pm).

Mulholland's men tiptoe into round three

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There is not much to say about last weekend's one-point win over Waterford in the All-Ireland football qualifiers, except that Galway won it, and are in the pot for the next round on July 20.

Footballers blessed with visit of Waterford in round two

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The Galway footballers have again been lucky with another home draw, and another division four team, in round two of the qualifiers. They will face Waterford on Saturday at 2.30pm in Salthill.

Galway footballers’ season is on the line against Tipperary

The Galway senior footballers face Tipperary in the qualifiers this Saturday evening at 7pm in Pearse Stadium.

Galway footballers’ season is on the line against Tipperary

The Galway senior footballers face Tipperary in the qualifiers this Saturday evening at 7pm in Pearse Stadium.

Galway senior football qualifiers this weekend

Salthill-Knocknacarra v Micheal Breathnach

Mayo in a different class to shambolic Galway

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Strolling up Rockbarton Park last Sunday afternoon to Pearse Stadium, I met Bosco McDermott and Liam Sammon.

Mayo are bona fide All-Ireland contenders

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While Galway were incredibly poor last Sunday and some of their defensive errors could be made into a coaching video on "what not to do in possession", you really had to admire how Mayo went about their business.

Mayo in a different class to shambolic Galway

Strolling up Rockbarton Park last Sunday afternoon to Pearse Stadium, I met Bosco McDermott and Liam Sammon.

Galway the underdogs as they welcome Mayo to Salthill

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If past performances are a good indicator of future performance – and they are – Mayo will beat Galway on Sunday at Pearse Stadium (4pm).

 

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