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Inter-county seasons at senior level have a habit of flying by. Especially when you do not have too many wins.
The Galway senior footballers will be hopeful of collecting another two NFL points this Sunday at Tuam Stadium (2pm) when they face Laois.
The Galway footballers will face Laois in three weeks’ time in Tuam stadium (Sunday March 1) and a win in that game would set them up for a serious tilt at promotion to division one for 2016.
Galway senior ladies, boosted by their opening day win in the NFL division 1, now host Dublin in Tuam Stadium (2pm).
Galway’s senior hurlers and footballers need to pick up the pieces this weekend in a double-header of National League action at Pearse Stadium on Sunday.
Not for the first time in the past year the Sligo footballers had too much for Galway when a game was in the balance and was there to be won.
There is a lot of genuine disappointment in Galway football circles this week after last Saturday’s one point defeat to Antrim who played their football in Division Three of the NFL last season, and whose last Ulster senior title was in 1951 and whose last Ulster minor title came thirty years ago in 1982.
Galway head to Cusack Park in Mullingar on Sunday (2.30pm) for a crucial game against Westmeath in division two of the NFL. If Galway win, they will have five points in the bag and will have taken a huge step in maintaining their status for the coming year.
After the buzz and excitement of the big win over Derry in round one of the NFL, it was back to reality last Sunday in Pearse Stadium when the Galway footballers were fortunate to get a point from their tie with Louth.
Kilkenny will meet Galway in the Bord na Mona Walsh Cup final this Sunday in Pearse Stadium, Salthill.