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It would be easy to believe that next Sunday will be a sure thing for Corofin. They are at home, they have won the Connacht championship before in 1991, 1995, and 1997, and they showed some good form against Castlerea the last day out.
It is impossible not to be a major fan of the terrific coverage that TG4 are providing and have provided over the past few years of Gaelic games at club level every Sunday during the winter and spring periods. And their highlights package on Monday evening at 8pm is in the not-to-be-missed category for any genuine dyed-in-the wool GAA enthusiast.
It is impossible not to be a major fan of the terrific coverage that TG4 are providing and have provided over the past few years on Gaelic games at club level every Sunday during the winter and spring periods. And their highlights package on Monday evening at 8pm is in the not-to-be-missed category for any genuine dyed-in-the- wool GAA enthusiast.
Cherry on Top , who are celebrating one year in business in Castlebar, specialise in special occasion cakes as well as tasty treats including tarts, scones and bread, and are now taking orders for Christmas—puddings, trifles, mince pies and Christmas cakes.
COROFIN 2-14 CHARLESTOWN 0-7
An inquisitive audience filed into Pearse Stadium seeking confirmation of Corofin’s return to eminence. Though Eastern Harps brought aggression and ardour to Salthill they were unable to deal with an evolving Corofin outfit that is visibly improving as the weeks roll by with confidence coursing through their system.
1 - TOP CLASS DEFENCE
Winning a provincial title at club level is a great honour and Galway County champions Corofin annexed their fourth Connacht title last Sunday by easily defeating Eastern Harps from Sligo. Corofin’s previous provincial successes came in 1991, 1995 and 1997 and they are now second in the provincial honours list behind the magnificent Clann na Gael team that won seven titles, including a sensational six-in-a-row from 1984 to 1989.
We all remember different defeats with more emotion than others. Some leave a very raw scar that takes a long time to heal. It may be from a game that annoyed you intensely, or 60 minutes you would love to have re-lived again.
Corofin gave everything they had last Saturday in Mullingar to try to join Portumna on the feature bill for the All-Ireland finals on St Patrick’s Day in two weeks’ time, but they fell short of their target.