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The Galway u-21 footballers picked the ideal occasion to produce an exemplary team performance in defeating Cork by 1-14 to 1-11 in the All-Ireland final on Saturday evening in Limerick’s Páirce na nGael.
Not too long after the final whistle on Sunday evening, Mayo will be heading in one of three different directions. Leap-frogging Cork into the semi-final round of the league, retaining their division one status and their league season coming to an end on Sunday, or falling through the trap door and into division two of the league for the first time since the mid-nineties (the early part of the 2000s saw division one divided into two different sections).
Brewster Park in Enniskillen is where all eyes in Castlebar will be focused tomorrow, when both St Gerald’s College, Castlebar, and Davitt College, Castlebar, go looking for a place in All Ireland finals. Gerald’s will face the MacRory Cup champions St Pat’s Maghera in their quest for a place in the Hogan Cup final at 3pm, with Davitt College taking on Holy Trinity, Cookstown, in the Vocational Schools semi-final. Both sides are in for very tough encounters with their Ulster opponents.
The waiting is nearly over and the final pieces of the jigsaw are now in place as St Brigid’s ready themselves for a titanic All-Ireland Club Football Final showdown with Dublin and Leinster club champions Ballymun Kickhams on St Patrick’s Day.
The Galway senior footballers set off on Saturday morning for the long journey to Drogheda to play Louth in their rescheduled National Football League round 2 tie (2.30pm).
Ballinasloe footballers made history on Sunday by qualifying for the Junior All-Ireland final at Croke Park on February 9. They defeated Port Mor (Armagh) on a score-line of 2-7 to 0-10 at a rain-swept Breffni Park in Cavan.
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Sunday in Castlebar’s McHale Park was a terrific day for St Brigid’s GAA Club from Roscommon, capping a glorious few years when winning their third consecutive Connacht senior title.
Greenfields1 secured a victory in their first outing in the Connacht Senior Hockey League with a narrow 1-0 win over defending title holders Galway1 at a chilly Dangan on Saturday evening.