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      • 65'

        Moycullen are champions

      • 65'

        Moycullen by 4pts

      • 59'

        Conneely point, Moycullen by 3pts. Six min injury time

      • 53'

        McHugh point, two in it

      • 51'

        Daly point

      • 52'

        Gallagher point puts Moycullen 4pts up

      • 47'

        Moycullen lead by 3pts, GOAL Bohan

      • 42'

        McHugh free puts M/M ahead

      • 37'

        GOAL Finnerty Penalty for M/M

      • 36'

        Moycullen - YELLOW CARD David Wynne

      • 31'

        GOAL Conneely

      • 30'

        Gallagher levels it up, half time at its 7pts each

      • 28'

        Conneely frees keeping Moycullen in it

      • 26'

        McHugh puts MM 2pts up

      • 24'

        Moycullen in trouble, they are trailing and will be against the wide in the second half

      • 22'

        Conneely point

      • 21'

        Ryan point puts Mouthbellew 2pts up

      • 17'

        YELLOW CARD Leo Donnellan

      • 14'

        Conneely kicks over a 45

      • 11'

        Finnerty point

      • 9'

        Finnerty point

      • 6'

        Conneely with another good score

      • 3'

        P Donnellan point

      • 1'

        Conneely opens the scoring for Moycullen

      • Ready to throw in the ball


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      We have live scores and commentary from the Galway club football final  – Moycullen vs Mountbellew/Moylough, throw-in 4pm On Sunday.

      After two thrilling semi-finals, the Galway football final features Maigh Cuilinn and Mountbellew/Moylough. Moycullen are out to win their first Championship and their form this year gives them every chance. But, Mountbellew/Moylough are the favourites following their win over club football giants Corofin last weekend.

      In the second of last weekend’s semi-finals, Mountbellew/Moylough put in a performance they won’t soon forget. Corofin entered the game on the back of a 49 game unbeaten run in the Championship. Having lost to Corofin in the 2015, ’17, and ’18 finals, Mountbellew/Moylough had added incentive for this game.

      Corofin were up by the minimum at half-time. Then, Mountbellew/Moylough were spurred into action with a goal from Patrick Kelly in the 34th minute. The teams entered the final quarter of the game deadlocked at 1-08 to 0-11. This is when Val Daly’s team really kicked on. A goal from Paul Donnellan was the major input as they scored 1-05 to Corofin’s single point.

      Michael Daly and Eoin Finnerty were particularly brilliant for Mountbellew/Moylough, the latter racking up 6 points from play. In spite of missing John Daly through injury, Mountbellew/Moylough were hugely impressive in all areas of the pitch. As a result, they inflicted Corofin’s first defeat in the Galway SFC since 2012. A win this weekend would be the club’s first championship since 1986.

      Previously, Maigh Cuilinn earned their place in the final by overcoming Tuam Stars in the first semi-final. Former Roscommon footballer, Don Connellan, has successfully steered Maigh Cuilinn to their first final since 1977.

      Maigh Cuilinn came out of the gates firing. In the first five minutes, they had raised two green flags thanks to Owen Gallagher and Dessie Conneely. They continued this form to half-time and were up by seven at the interval.

      Last year’s runners-up showed their drive by reeling back this deficit. It began with a Gavan Connell goal 2 minutes after the restart. In fact, by the time the game entered its final ten minutes, the sides were level.

      Then, Paul Kelly found the net for Maigh Cuilinn’s third goal. It proved to be a decisive moment as they went on to score 4 points in a row in the final minutes. In the end, it was 3-14 to 1-15.

      Both teams carry a great run of form into this final. Mountbellew/Moylough will be particularly buoyed by their semi-final win. But, Maigh Cuilinn have an opportunity to win their first Galway SFC final. They will take refuge in the fact that they have already beaten their final opponents this year. In their final group game, Maigh Cuilinn were victorious by a score of 4-14 to 1-09.

      Paddy Power have Mountbellew/Moylough at 8/11 favourites. On the other hand, Maigh Cuillin are 6/4 and a draw is 13/2. are live streaming the game.

      Paths to the Final.

      Group Stage

      Round 1: Maigh Cuilinn 3-12 vs 1-06 Mícheal Breathnach.

      Mountbellew/Moylough 1-07 vs 0-08 Annaghdown.

      Round 2: Maigh Cuilinn 4-09 vs 2-14 Annaghdown.

      Mountbellew/Moylough 0-22 vs 2-07 Mícheal Breathnach.

      Round 3: Maigh Cuilinn 4-14 vs 1-09 Mountbellew/Moylough. 

      Quarter-finals: Maigh Cuilinn 1-17 vs 2-09 St. James’.

      Mountbellew/Moylough 2-13 vs 1-05 Kilannin.

      Semi-finals: Maigh Cuilinn 3-14 vs 1-15 Tuam Stars.

      Mountbellew/Moylough 2-13 vs 0-12 Corofin.

      Galway SFC Final: Maigh Cuilinn vs Mountbellew/Moylough, Sunday 4th October, 4pm (Pearse Stadium).


      DateTimeLeagueSeasonMatch DayFull Time
      October 4, 202016:00Galway Club Football202004/10/202070'


      Pearse Stadium, Galway
      Pearse Stadium, Rockbarton Court, Rockbarton Park, Attithomasrevagh, Rockbarton, Galway City, County Galway, Connacht, H91 FC67, Ireland