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For the first time since 1996, the Frank Fox Cup is heading west after Moycullen produced a spectacular second-half performance to overcome a favoured Mountbellew-Moylough side.
There will be a new team lifting the Frank Fox Cup this weekend for the first time in eight years as Moycullen and Mountbellew-Moylough contest the senior football final in Pearse Stadium on Sunday (4pm).
Looking at all the fuss on the radio and TV and written media on the AC Milan match against Shamrock Rovers during the week in Tallaght Stadium, I was immediately very interested.
Time flies. It is 11 years since Galway opted to play in the Leinster Championship, initially on a trial basis of three years. A big leap for Galway hurling at the time, which had been resisted by many, it is now an accepted system for Galway. It has not been all plain sailing, such as the lack of home games, request for equal financial status and representation on the Leinster Council, but on the field Galway has contested seven finals and won the title final three times. The 2018 Leinster round-robin game between Galway and Kilkenny at Pearse Stadium in Salthill was Galway’s first home Leinster Championship match. It was the first provincial championship game, excluding the Connacht championship, to take place in County Galway since 1965.
A huge crowd is expected in Tuam Stadium on Sunday when Galway footballers will host Tyrone in round four of the Allianz League (2pm).
Galway returned to winning ways on Sunday, coming from behind to win in Letterkenny against Donegal.
Kerry snatched victory at the death against Galway on Saturday evening under the lights in Tralee in front of a packed crowd in the Kingdom.
New ground will be made on Saturday in the long rivalry between Galway and Mayo. For the first time Galway and Mayo will meet outside of Connacht when they run onto the LIT Gaelic Grounds on Saturday (7pm) for this crunch championship fixture.
Galway’s trip to Ruislip for Sunday's opening championship game might have ended differently if London's Killian Butler's late effort had been on target to level the game with just two minutes of regulation time left. Luckily for Galway, however, it went narrowly wide, and Kevin Walsh's men closed out the game and won by four points, 0-16 to 1-09.