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Salthill-Knocknacarra v Micheal Breathnach
The Galway intermediate hurling champions Maigh Cuilinn lost out to Robert Emmetts (London) last Sunday in Ruislip by 1-12 to 2-7 in the All-Ireland quarter-final.
The Maigh Cuilinn intermediate hurlers continued on their merry way last Sunday when they had a good win in the provincial final over a competitive Four Roads (Roscommon) in Athleague.
Maigh Cuilinn, under the guidance of Fergal Clancy, take on Tom Monaghan’s Killimordaly this Sunday (2pm) in Athenry in the county intermediate hurling final.
Salthill/Knocknacarra have only won the Frank Fox Cup on two occasions, 1990 and 2005. However, based on the displays they have produced over the past few weeks, few could argue they are the team to beat this season in Galway football.
Following a hectic weekend of football action last Saturday and Sunday, three of the county football quarter-finals are down for decision this Sunday. There is a double header in Pearse Stadium with Carraroe taking on Milltown at 3.45pm and Salthill/Knocknacarra facing Moycullen at 5.30pm. Claregalway, who saw off NUIG last weekend, take on championship favourites Corofin in Tuam at 5.30pm. The outstanding quarter-final between Tuam Stars and either Cortoon Shamrocks or Mountbellew/Moylough and Micheal Breathnachs could not be fixed due to the ongoing shenanigans with Mountbellew/Moylough’s appeal.
A Cong man was disqualified from driving for two years at Castlebar District Court after he pleaded guilty to drink driving. Philip Lydon with an address at Salmon Weir, Cong, was stopped by Garda Sean Lydon at Rathkelly, Ballinrobe, on September 19 2010 at 1.53am while the garda was carrying out a mandatory alcohol test checkpoint.
This was a game that Moycullen will really regret losing. They had some great goal opportunities to put themselves into the county semi-final, but they did not take any of them.
Sixteen senior teams are in action this weekend to decide which will advance to the quarter-finals of the senior championship.
East United advanced to the third round of the Connacht Cup on Sunday morning thanks to a relatively comfortable victory over Division 4A side Cois Farraige at Castlepark. The Third Division leaders had to wait until Mark Dowling’s header seven minutes from time to make the game safe, as the Connemara side’s combativeness in the unpleasant conditions made life difficult for the eventual winners.