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Hundreds of friends of Martin Naughton (23) who lost his life in a tragic road crash on the N17 at Knockdoe this time last year will climb Croagh Patrick next month in his memory and to raise funds for the National Rehabilitation Hospital in Dun Laoghaire.
St Gerald’s College, Castlebar, will be packing their bags and making the long trip to Nenagh tomorrow to take on the three times in a row Corn Uí Mhuirí champions Pobalscoil Chorca Dhuibhne at 3.15pm with a place in the Hogan Cup final up for grabs. The Kerry side claimed their provincial title with a win over De La Salle Macroom from Cork, with a five point win in Killarney three weeks ago on a score of 3-14 to 3-9. The Kerry side are managed by current Kerry senior football manager Eamon Fitzmaurice, while St Gerald’s are once again under the guidance of Daniel Forde and Tom Naughton, with Ger McDonnagh and Neil Douglas also coaching the team. Gerald’s picked up their second Connacht senior championship in a row a fortnight ago with a hard-fought win over St Attracta’s, Tubbercurry, putting together their first two in a row in the competition since 1996 and 1997 when they went all the way to the Hogan Cup final, before losing to St Patrick’s Academy, Dungannon. Last year Gerald’s fell short at the semi-final stage losing 3-8 to 1-7 to the eventual winners St Patrick’s Maghera, while Pobalscoil Chorca Dhuibhne lost out to St Patrick’s, Navan, in their semi-final.
Galway Garda are back in the Connacht Senior Football final and on course for three All Ireland titles in succession after a narrow one-point victory over a resilient Mayo Teachers.
When the final whistle is blown in McHale Park on Sunday, one team in white will be celebrating claiming the intermediate championship and promotion to the senior championship for next year. But will it be the white and green men from Burrishoole or the white and black clad side from the Gaeltacht in Tourmakeady.
Galway are expected to beginthe hunt for their fourth football manager in five years following the expected end to Joe Kernan’s brief reign last evening.
The Galway footballers, under the management team of Joe Kernan, Seán Ó Domhnaill and Tom Naughton, will complete their maiden league campaign next Sunday with a home game against Derry in Pearse Stadium at 2.30pm.
•Oughterard Golf Club: Pat McEvilly Captain’s Day, Niall Faherty (8) 168 nett, 1; Gerry O’Connor (14) 170 nett, 2; Gross, Cathal Jordan (5) 185 gross, 1; Michael O’Keane (6) (37.0B9), 2; Sean Coyne (17) 170.5, 3; James Geoghegan (15) 170.5, 4; Mike English (14) 172, 5; Ray Keleghan (12) 172, 6; Michael H Walsh (12) 172, 7; Sean O’Reilly (6) 173, 8; James O’Dea (20) 173; 9; Paddy O’Halloran (17) 173.5, 10; Past captain, Frank Kyne (22) 176;Veteran, Tom Naughton (24) 175; Committee, John Waters (17) 174.5; First qualifier, Liam O’Reilly (4) 67; 2nd qualifier, Billy O’Boyle (11) 66; Guests, John Deasey (20) 30, 1; Ritchie Lee (15) 27, 2; Larry Tighe (23) 27, 3; Ladies, Bridget Walsh (17) 28, 1; Carmel Morahan (36) 26, 2; Barbara Richardson (20) 23, 3.
SHOPPERS no longer need to go to Northern Ireland for cut-price groceries as prices similar to, or even lower than, the North or the UK on all leading brands are now available at the N17 Grocery Price Club based at Milltown on the Galway-Mayo border.
It is expected that Carraroe's Seán O'Domhnaill and Annaghdown's Tom Naughton will be announced as part of Joe Kernan's backroom team this Friday night.