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With the withdrawal of John Divilly and Frank Doherty from the race to be the new Galway senior manager earlier in the week, there are currently five nominations for the position.
Sixteen senior teams are in action this weekend to decide which will advance to the quarter-finals of the senior championship.
Caherlistrane progressed to the last 16 in the Claregalway Hotel County Football Championship in Pearse Stadium on Sunday, defeating Carraroe by three points, 0-13 to 1-07.
With Galway's 44th Connacht title secured, all focus switches to club action next weekend as the Claregalway Hotel Galway SFC resumes. There are no more second chances for the 18 sides that remain in contention for the Frank Fox Cup. In total, seven senior ties are down for decision including the eagerly awaited clash of Caltra and Moycullen, while county champions Killererin take on Cortoon Shamrocks in the weekend's other stand-out tie.
The ultra competitive nature of the Galway SFC was emphasised once again last weekend as reigning county champions Killererin were dumped out of the title race by a highly impressive Cortoon Shamrocks outfit. It meant that for the third
Tuam has increased its natural hinterland on the west and may have lost some wise councillors on the east. The change was a natural alignment on paper by bringing the East Galway regions of the Oranmore electoral ward into the Tuam ward, while adding to the hinterland of Ballinasloe town.
Most of us are not completely at ease with this glorious weather. We’re just not used to it; Give us time and we will adjust, but it takes a while.
The intensity of club football goes up a few notches when the safety net is taken away and quarter-final places are at stake.