Galway vs Dublin – Click for Live score commentary updates

Galway vs Dublin Division 1 Football:  Galway dropped from the top of Division 1 following their loss to Mayo at the weekend. However, a lot of Padraic Joyce’s star names were absent. On the other hand, Dessie Farrell’s stint as Dublin manager continued with another win over Meath.

In a high-scoring game, Dublin had the only goal to aid a four-point win. As a result, these sides are tied on 8 points, just one behind Kerry. Thus, a win could see either of these teams crowned champions if the Kingdom don’t beat Donegal. Galway vs Dublin is on TG4 on Sunday.

Dublin (Galway): Stephen Cluxton; Cian Murphy, David Byrne, Michael Fitzsimons; John Small, Jonny Cooper, Robert McDaid; Brian Fenton, Emmet O Conghaile; Eric Lowndes, Ciaran Kilkenny, Niall Scully; Paddy Small, Con O’Callaghan, Dean Rock.

Galway (Dublin): Bernard Power; Sean Kelly, Sean Mulkerrin, James Foley; Liam Silke, Gary O’Donnell, Johnny Heaney; Cein Darcy, Tom Flynn; Paul Kelly, Paul Conroy, Jason Leonard; Robert Finnerty, Adrian Varley, Ian Burke.

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Galway vs Mayo – Preview and live score commentary

Preview and live score commentary – The Galway vs Mayo rivalry is set to continue as both sides aim to hit the ground running with the return of the Allianz National League. Last summer, Mayo finally overcame their rivals in the final qualifying round of the Championship. Previously, Galway had defeated the Green and Reds five times in a row.

Last year, Mayo won the Allianz National League by beating Kerry in the final. However, they could not replicate their form in 2020. Currently, they sit seventh in the League and are fighting for survival. Their only victory to date was against bottom of the table Meath. A draw with Donegal was their only other source of points as losses to Dublin, Kerry, and Monaghan have left them under pressure. They need two good results against Galway and Tyrone in their remaining games to ensure Division 1 status for next year.

In contrast, Galway are in control of the League and will be looking to go on and win it. Currently, they have only lost to Kerry. Wins against Monaghan, Donegal, Tyrone, and Meath had them full of momentum. As a result, they would have been left frustrated by the suspension of inter-county action. But, without a League final this year, good results against Mayo and then Dublin could see them reigned Champions.

Reignited Rivalry

With that in mind, it is possible that Galway will line out with a full-strength squad for their restart. Padraig Joyce has impressed so far in his stint at the helm. For example, his side’s scintillating display against Tyrone in February was a masterclass in attacking football. Add that to a strong selection from impressive Club performers and Galway are the team to beat. With Corofin finally dethroned within the county, there are new stars for Joyce to choose from. If the League is to be decided in the final round against Dublin, Galway need to pick up from where they left off.

Yet, Mayo haven’t gone away despite their League position. Their win against Galway in the Championship last year would have been a big relief after a series of losses. Recent challenge wins over Donegal and Clare are a promising start for James Horan’s team. It will be interesting to see whether any of the newly-crowned Championship winners from Knockmore will receive a call-up. For instance, Darren McHale and Kieran King were particularly impressive as they defeated Breaffy to win the Moclair Cup.

Mayo face a hectic restart with their first Championship game coming on the 1st of November. They face Leitrim in the preliminary round of the Connacht Championship. On the other hand, Galway have an extra week to prepare before they face Sligo in the semi-final.

Allianz National League: Galway vs Mayo, Sunday October 18, 2pm (TG4). 

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Galway vs Kerry All Ireland Football U20 semi-final – Live scores

Its Galway v Kerry in the semi-final of U21 All-Ireland Football final, we have live score commentary and a preview of the match, throw-in at 4pm on Saturday.

The westerners claimed the Connacht title for the second year in succession with a convincing win over Roscommon in March. It ended 4-13 to 0-5 but it was the previous game that Galway will remember more vividly. It took a penalty shoot-out to separate Mayo and Galway in McHale Park all the way back in February. After a second-half fightback with the aid of a massive wind, Galway won the shoot-out 3-2.

The Kingdom Come?
Recently, Kerry have failed to translate the success of their minor teams into their U-20/U-21 setups. Despite winning five minor All-Ireland finals between 2014 and ’18, the Kingdom have had no U-20/21 side reach a final in that time. However, John Sugrue will be hopeful that 2020 is the year a Kerry side reaches the showdown again.

Conquering Munster will have gone a long way to boosting Sugrue’s players’ confidence in spite of the time elapsed. Earlier in the year, they defeated Cork 0-17 to 1-9 in Tralee. More impressively, they were four down at the midway stage. A second-half masterclass from Ruaidhri Ó Beaglaoich, who scored 0-5 on the night, catapulted Kerry to the Munster title.

Currently, Kerry edge Dublin as the favourites to lift the All-Ireland. But, it will only take two wins from any of the remaining teams be crowned Champions. Furthermore, it remains to be seen how each team has been affected by the long break. Therefore, expect two very closely contested semi-finals this Saturday.

TG4 are broadcasting both games live.

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Moycullen v Mountbellew/Moylough – Live scores commentary

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. Galwaygaa.ie 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).

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Corofin v Mountbellew/Moylough Galway Senior Club Football semi-final Live Scores

Last updated on Oct 22nd, 2020 at 10:21

Corofin play  Mountbellew/Moylough in the  Galway Senior Club Football semi-final at Pearse Stadium Galway at 16:30.

Reigning All-Ireland Champions are safely into the Galway SFC semi-finals. They will face Mountbellew/Moylough. Meanwhile, Moycullen and Tuam Stars are drawn against each other.

Group 2 winners Moycullen overcame St. James’ in the quarter-final with five points to spare. The other qualifier from Group 2 Mountbellew/Moylough are also in the final four. After losing to Moycullen in the final group stage, Mountbellew/Moylough bounced back with a 2-13 to 1-05 win over Kilannin.

Next, Mountbellew/Moylough face the toughest opponent in club football in Corofin. This year, Corofin are chasing eight-in-a-row. The absence of an All-Ireland to defend won’t diminish their drive. Their quarter-final victory over Salthill-Knocknacarra stretched their unbeaten run to fifty games.

In fact, Corofin are looking as driven as ever. In their four games so far they have racked up twelve goals. Corofin vs Mountbellew/Moylough is a repeat of the 2017 and ’18 finals. The 2018 final went to a replay before Corofin could reclaim their title. Again, Mountbellew/Moylough have nothing to lose going into this game and won’t be afraid to take on this club giant.

Tuam Stars are the opposition for Moycullen. After losing in the opening round, Tuam Stars have recovered well to find their form. Their quarter-final with CLG Bhearna was the most tightly contested. Finally, Tuam emerged one point victors to advance.

Both semi-finals take place on Sunday. Firstly, Moycullen take on Tuam Stars at half one. Then, Corofin and Mountbellew/Moylough fight it out at half four for a place in the final.

Galway SFC Semi-Finals: Tuam Stars vs Moycullen (1.30pm); Corofin vs Mountbellew/Moylough (4.30pm). Sunday 27th September, Pearse Stadium. 

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Moycullen v Tuam Stars Galway Football semi-final Live scores

Last updated on Oct 22nd, 2020 at 10:27

We have live score commentary as Moycullen play Tuam Stars Galway Senior Club Football semi-final played in Pearse Stadium Galway 1:30 pm

Reigning All-Ireland Champions are safely into the Galway SFC semi-finals. They will face Mountbellew/Moylough. Meanwhile, Moycullen and Tuam Stars are drawn against each other.

Group 2 winners Moycullen overcame St. James’ in the quarter-final with five points to spare. The other qualifier from Group 2 Mountbellew/Moylough are also in the final four. After losing to Moycullen in the final group stage, Mountbellew/Moylough bounced back with a 2-13 to 1-05 win over Kilannin.

Next, Mountbellew/Moylough face the toughest opponent in club football in Corofin. This year, Corofin are chasing eight-in-a-row. The absence of an All-Ireland to defend won’t diminish their drive. Their quarter-final victory over Salthill-Knocknacarra stretched their unbeaten run to fifty games.

In fact, Corofin are looking as driven as ever. In their four games so far they have racked up twelve goals. Corofin vs Mountbellew/Moylough is a repeat of the 2017 and ’18 finals. The 2018 final went to a replay before Corofin could reclaim their title. Again, Mountbellew/Moylough have nothing to lose going into this game and won’t be afraid to take on this club giant.

Tuam Stars are the opposition for Moycullen. After losing in the opening round, Tuam Stars have recovered well to find their form. Their quarter-final with CLG Bhearna was the most tightly contested. Finally, Tuam emerged one point victors to advance.

Both semi-finals take place on Sunday. Firstly, Moycullen take on Tuam Stars at half one. Then, Corofin and Mountbellew/Moylough fight it out at half four for a place in the final.

Galway SFC Semi-Finals: Tuam Stars vs Moycullen (1.30pm); Corofin vs Mountbellew/Moylough (4.30pm). Sunday 27th September, Pearse Stadium. 

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Castlegar vs St Thomas Win By 2 points Scores and Betting Odds

Castlegar vs St Thomas Current Betting Odds
St. Thomas  1/3
Draw            10/1
Castlegar      9/4

Turloughmore win over Liam Mellows by 2 points Live Scores & Betting odds

Turloughmore vs Liam Mellows  Current Betting Odds

Turloughmore  4/6
Draw                8/1
Liam Mellows  11/8

Galway vs Cork

Last updated on Apr 27th, 2020 at 14:58

Galway vs Westmeath

Last updated on Oct 21st, 2020 at 20:46

Galway 1-24
Westmeath 0-10

Galway – E Murphy; D Morrissey, G McInerney, TJ Brennan; J Coen, P Mannion, A Tuohy; S Linnane (0-1), T Haran (0-6); D Kilcommins, J Canning (0-12), C Mannion (0-3); J Flynn, C Whelan (1-0), J Mannion. Subs: A Harte for J Coen, S Bleahene (0-1) for J Mannion, T Monaghan (0-1) for J Flynn, J Grealish for S Linnane, P Killeen for D Morrissey.

Westmeath – A McHugh; A Ennis, T Doyle, J Bermingham; S Clavin, A Clarke, A Craig; C Boyle (0-1), L Varley; K Doyle (0-7), J Boyle, R Greville; D Clinton, E Price (0-2), N Mitchell. Subs: B Doyle for J Bermingham, J Gilligan for L Varley, C Doyle for K Doyle, A Cox for R Greville, J Galvin for E Price.

Referee – J Murphy.