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Last Sunday President Michael D Higgins and his wife Sabina led the distinguished guests of St Patrick's Brass Band at the memorial concert for the band's late president and long serving member Tom Feeney. Mr Feeney, a native of Bohermore who passed away in December of last year, was deeply involved with the band and played a key role in the band's revival in the 1960s.
Pat Holmes and Noel Connelly got their senior management tenure off to a winning start in Elverys MacHale Park on Sunday. The fare on show wasn't anything that will be remembered for long, but it got a few miles in the legs of a a couple of new and some returning faces in green and red.
Carna-Caiseal produced a terrific performance last weekend to defeat the current county champions Salthill/Knocknacarra at Pearse stadium by 2-6 to 0-11.
Last weekend's local derby failed to provide a winner, but SD Galway will still be hopeful of registering their first win of the season when Athlone Town visit Deacy Park tomorrow night.
At half time last Sunday few, if any, Galway football supporters would have held out too much hope of a win for Tommy Joyce’s minor team in the All-Ireland semi-final at Croke Park.
Tommy Joyce’s minor panel are on the road again when they travel to Carrick-on-Shannon on Saturday to face Leitrim in the Connacht semi-final (7pm) in a game they are expected to win.
Seamus ‘Banty’ McEnaney loves his football and, particularly it would seem, managing football teams. I heard it said that a number of years ago when Banty was managing a local club side in Monaghan, he would often leave his bar in the early hours of the morning, and rather than go home and risk a sleep in, he would drive to the training ground, have a few hours’ kip in the car, before taking an early morning session with his charges. There can be no doubting his commitment to the cause.
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.