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Big Joe Kernan’s reign is launched

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There was a real sense of razzmatazz and Broadway’s bright lights last Sunday in Tuam stadium for the official introduction of Joe Kernan to the Galway public.

Mayo minors aim to collect first All Ireland since 1985

Often the best game on All-Ireland final Sunday is the minor contest, rather than the senior joust. Last year was no exception and Mayo and Tyrone played out a real thriller in Croke Park that had to go to a replay before Tyrone just about collected the silverware.

Mayo Minors aim to collect first All-Ireland title since 1985

Often the best game on All-Ireland final Sunday is the minor contest, rather than the senior joust.

Corofin on red alert for Mountbellew-Moylough challenge

Mountbellew-Moylough will enter next Sunday’s county senior football final as rank outsiders when they face Corofin in Tuam Stadium (4pm).

Some things don’t change much

Mountbellew-Moylough will enter next Sunday’s Galway county senior football final as rank outsiders with many pundits when they face Corofin in Tuam stadium at 4pm, with deferred showing on TG4 at 5pm.

Corofin expected to collect their tenth Galway county title since 1991

Mountbellew-Moylough will enter next Sunday’s Galway county senior football final as rank outsiders with many pundits when they face Corofin in Tuam stadium at 4pm, with deferred showing on TG4 at 5pm.

Stalemate at Tuam Stadium

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Mountbellew/Moylough and Corofin will have to do it all over again on Sunday week in Tuam Stadium to decide the winners of the 2009 football championship after a tense, but poor quality, first offering last Sunday afternoon.

€20 is too much for a county final

The Galway county final was on last Sunday in Tuam Stadium and it ended in a disappointing draw, Corofin 0-9 and Mountbellew/Moylough 0-9. The replay is on Sunday week. The standard of fare on offer was very poor and despite splendid weather conditions for football, none of the Mountbellew forwards could manage a single score from play in the entire 60 minutes and the Corofin forwards weren’t much better, hitting nine wides in the first half alone and only scoring 0-3 (1f) in the second.

€20 is too pricey for a county final

The Galway county final was on last Sunday in Tuam Stadium and it ended in a disappointing draw, Corofin 0-9 and Mountbellew/Moylough 0-9. The replay is on Sunday week.

Corofin should have power and experience to collect in replay

Mountbellew/Moylough will have learnt much from their first county final in more than 20 years. They will believe also they are capable of producing a much more sustained and polished performance than the one they produced two weeks ago.

 

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