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Close season it may be on the local senior gaelic football scene, but news of two managerial appointments in recent days will give cause for much optimism for the players and supporters of both Athlone and Rosemount.
When the need was greatest Athlone delivered in splendid style earning a commanding 5-11 to 0-8 triumph over Killucan.
Another crucial weekend in the Westmeath SFC awaits with six interesting matches scheduled. Group 1 table toppers St Lomans and Tyrrellspass collide in an eagerly anticipated encounter on Saturday evening, while the first part of that double header promises to be interesting too.
Galway Football Board will be interviewing for new management teams for both U20 and U17 in the coming weeks.
Continuing its ongoing commitment to champion minor hurlers and footballers, Electric Ireland has launched the Electric Ireland GAA Minor Star Awards.
Having attended college for five years with plenty of lads from Clare, and having played a few Sigerson and Collingwood cups with a blast of them too with UL, I know one thing for certain, they are sound men. And hard men to beat.
The Galway County Board announced earlier this week that both senior hurling manager Micheal Donoghue and senior football manager Kevin Walsh have been ratified for a new three year term from 2017-2019.
After the historic high of climbing the steps of the Hogan Stand last Saturday afternoon and lifting the Nicky Rackard Cup, it's back to even more serious business tomorrow for the Mayo senior hurlers. Unlike the Christy Ring Cup, winning the competition does not guarantee you promotion to the next level of the senior hurling championship, so it's back on the road again for Mayo and a date with Derry in Ballinamore in Leitrim for the right to have a place in the draw for the Christy Ring Cup next season.
Olympic silver medallist Kenneth Egan will be one of the sports stars and managers lining out to speak on Achieving Success in Sport – What does it take? a free, public seminar taking place in Westport Town Hall on Wednesday, November 11 starting at 7:30 pm. Kenneth, or Kenny, will be joined by James Horan, former Mayo Senior Football Manager, Valerie Mulcahy, one of the country’s most decorated sportswomen having claimed nine All-Ireland titles with the Cork Ladies Football side and Tom Mohan current manager of the FAI U17 national team. A member of the Connacht Rugby Team is also expected to join the panel but his name has not been confirmed at time of going to print.
Mayo are on the look out for a new senior football manager after the inevitable resigning of joint managers Pat Holmes and Noel Connelly last Friday night. It was a somewhat embarrassing saga in the Mayo GAA family that such an event occurred. By the time Noel and Pat resigned I had simply had enough. I was so drained from talking about it and anxiously waiting for any developments that I was relieved there was closure.