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The four quarter-finals of this season's Claregalway Hotel Galway Senior Football Championship will take place behind closed doors this weekend in Pearse Stadium.
The final round of the Galway Senior Football Championship group stages will take place this weekend.
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The contenders for honours in the Brooks Group Senior Hurling Championship will have been whittled down to 12 teams by the time this weekend’s action concludes.
Reigning champions Corofin followed up their demolition of Oughterard in the opening round with another resounding victory over an under-strength Monivea-Abbey at the weekend.
There was acute disappointment for hurling fans around the county when news filtered through on Tuesday evening that current outdoor gathering restrictions would be maintained for another three weeks at least, meaning the senior championship will have reached the knock-out stages before larger crowd numbers can even be contemplated.
In a first, this season's Claregalway Hotel Galway Senior Football Championship will kick off with hugely anticipated meeting of Corofin and Oughterard - the first time the country's senior All Ireland champions have played their intermediate counterparts.
The much-anticpated opening round of the senior hurling championship last weekend provided plenty of high-quality action for those fortunate enough to be in attendance or watching online, as kingpins St Thomas needed a dramatic late surge to escape from Pearse Stadium with a win over an unlucky Castlegar side.
Competitive adult team sport thankfully returns to Galway for the first time since lockdown began as the revamped Brooks Group sponsored senior and intermediate hurling championships gets up and running with 19 games to be played over the weekend.
New boys Oughterard face the daunting challenge of squaring up to Corofin in this season's shortened senior football championship, but it is a task the Corrib club is relishing.