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The Connacht Championship will throw-in, in three weeks time when Galway cross the Atlantic to take on New York, but Mayo are now in a holding pattern for the next nine weekends, until they in all probability take on Galway in Pearse Stadium in the Connacht semi-final. By that stage the Tribesmen should have two wins under their belts as they are down to face Leitrim a fortnight after their Big Apple adventure.
Well-known entrepreneur and experienced investor Tom O’Gorman has checked-in to Galway’s vibrant hotel market with the purchase of the Clybaun Hotel in Knocknacarra, in a deal valued in excess of €3m. The Hotel Clybaun was offered for sale on the instructions of the joint receivers, Patrick Dillon and Michael McAteer of Grant Thornton.
The Galway hurlers face Dublin this Sunday in Parnell Park (2pm) in their last league game before the league quarter-finals.
The Galway footballers need to refocus quickly after two consecutive and disappointing defeats to Down and Cavan as they face a revitalised Laois this Sunday in Tuam Stadium (2pm).
The Galway footballers will have to get an early Mass this Sunday morning or have gone on Saturday evening as they face Cavan in Pearse Stadium at the unusual time of 12.45pm as part of an attractive double header with the hurlers who face Cork at 2.30pm.
Anthony Cunningham's hurlers will face Jimmy Barry-Murphy's Cork this Sunday (2.30pm) at Pearse Stadium in what has the makings of a top-class contest.
The Galway county senior hurlers will know a fair bit more about their progress after they play the 2014 All-Ireland champions Kilkenny at Pearse Stadium (2pm) in round three of the National Hurling League.
Last weekend's cancellation of the Galway v Laois fixture in Tuam hands the initiative to Down ahead of their clash next Sunday in Pairc Esler (2pm).
The Galway hurlers were beaten by 2-18 to 0-20 on Sunday in Semple Stadium in round two of the NHL.
The Galway senior hurlers will travel to Thurles on Sunday (2pm) to take on a panel of Tipperary players that will be hurting from last Sunday's embarrassing 2-20 to 0-14 defeat to Dublin in Parnell Park.