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Injuries leave St Michael’s under pressure for semi-final

City side St Michael’s has a number of serious injuries to key players to contend with ahead of the county semi-final replay against Barna in Moycullen (3pm) on Sunday.

Barna and St Michael’s semi-final ends in a draw

After the total cake-walk and bore-fest between Milltown and Corofin in the first semi-final, most supporters were delighted that Barna and St Michael’s served up an entertaining and close encounter at Tuam Stadium on Sunday which ended in a 0-12 to 0-12 draw.

West Board derby in intermediate final

Moycullen and Killanin will face off this Sunday at Tuam Stadium in what promises to be a rip-roaring contest in the Galway Intermediate County Football Championship final (3.45pm).

Mouthwatering senior football semi-finals on Sunday

The two county senior football semi-finals are down for decision this Sunday at Tuam Stadium.

Corofin still favourites to claim Frank Fox Cup after win over Mountbellew

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Corofin and Milltown have been drawn to face each other in one of the upcoming county football semi-finals, while in the other semi-final, Barna will face St Michael’s in a novel pairing after both sides had impressive victories over Caherlistrane and Annaghdown respectively last weekend.

County senior football championship heats up this weekend

The county senior football championship really heats up this weekend, and the last eight teams that can win the Frank Fox Cup in 2014 are all in action on either Saturday and Sunday.

SugarBeat festival close to selling out

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DAMIEN DEMPSEY, KeyWest, and The Amazing Apples play the first SugarBeat festival which takes place in Tuam Stadium on Saturday August 23.

Mayo ready to rumble the Rossies

“Let there be no question, we were very lucky against Galway. Having played a championship game stood to Galway.” Said Mayo minor manager Enda Gilvarry ahead of his side’s Connacht Minor Football Championship final against Roscommon on Sunday at noon. The manager who guided Mayo to All Ireland success in his first year in charge of the team almost saw this year’s crop of minors dumped out of the championship at the very first hurdle against Galway a few weeks ago, but the battling characteristics that defined last year’s charge to All Ireland glory were on show when they battled back to eke out a single point win in Tuam Stadium.

Mayo took their chances to teach Galway a lesson

The Galway minor footballers paid the ultimate price for their profligacy in the first 20 minutes of the Connacht semi-final in Tuam Stadium on Saturday, crashing out of the championship by 3-7 to 1-12. This was a game Galway could have won - if they had been more ruthless and efficient in front of goal when they were in almost complete control. We counted at least three glorious goal chances Galway squandered when they were in great positions in that period. Michael Daly shot wide once when in a good position, while his clubmate Colm Mannion was called back for over-carrying when he should have laid the ball off to men who were free inside. Those two incidents stand out, but there was numerous other opportunities to raise a green flag or two.

Minors pay price for wastefulness and crash out to Mayo

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The Galway minor footballers paid the ultimate price for their profligacy in the first 20 minutes of the Connacht semi-final in Tuam Stadium on Saturday, crashing out of the championship by 3-7 to 1-12.

 

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