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St James won their third West Board final in four years last Saturday at Pearse Stadium when they comprehensively defeated Michéal Breathnach’s in the SuperValu minor final by seven points.
Next Sunday at Pearse Stadium promises to be an exciting day for the two Connemara teams that won the Galway County intermediate and junior football championships this year as they set out on their quest to bring more glory to their parishes.
The top two club football sides at minor level over the past few years, St James and Corofin, face off this Saturday at 2.30pm in Pearse Stadium in the county minor “A” final.
Leitir Móir made very hard work of defeating a limited Cloone side in the Connacht semi-final at Pearse Stadium last weekend.
An Spidéal, who had a facile victory over Aughavas (Leitrim) last Sunday in Pearse Stadium, must now load up a few of Martin Lally’s coaches and head up to Charlestown for the Junior A Conanacht final this Sunday.
St James had a terrific win over Corofin last Saturday in the minor A final at Pearse Stadium. They won on a score-line of 1-11 to 1-07.
When people think of the Portumna hurling captain, they almost automatically associate that honour with Ollie Canning.
Usually Portumna align themselves to a cause, and on Sunday afternoon at Pearse Stadium the All Ireland champions avenged a particularly