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# Rovers return
Rovers return to winning ways at Galway's expense
Kieran Marty Waters scored the crucial goal for the visitors.
Galway footballer Shane Walsh to miss Mayo game after breaking hand
The Tribesmen are in action next week.
# Rebel Army
Cork City get the job done in Galway to keep pressure on leaders
John Caulfield will be happy with his night’s work.
It was all too easy for Pat's out west as Saints make ground on early pacesetters
Liam Buckley’s side are beginning to click into gear as they recorded another comfortable win.
# best of the west
Galway muscle past Mayo to advance to Connacht U21 football decider
Defending champions Roscommon await in the final.
# Rossies On A Roll
Roscommon hit six goals and hand out 24-point beating to Sligo as they reach Connacht final
Mayo face Galway in the other semi-final next Saturday in Castlebar.
# back of the net
Cork hurlers go top of the table as Paudie Sull bags two goals against Galway
Jimmy Barry-Murphy’s side claimed a three-point win over the Tribesmen today at Pearse Stadium.
# stepping up
Four goals help Mayo win in Connacht U21FC as Leitrim player suffers serious neck injury
The home side won out in Castlebar tonight while Derry beat Down in Ulster.
# back with a bang
Canning makes surprise return as Galway edge out Cats in pulsating affair
The Tribesmen won their second game of the campaign to move ahead of the All-Ireland champions.
# Candystripes
Derry come from behind to take all three points in Galway
Ryan Curran’s late goal snatched the win for the Candystripes.
# green and red
O'Shea, Freeman and Sweeney hit goals as Mayo defeat 13-man Monaghan
Stephen Gollogly and Ryan Wylie were both dismissed for Monaghan today.
The mighty Flynn strikes late to see Galway past Clare
The Tribesmen scored two late points to secure a narrow victory.
# Go West
Red Hand off the mark as misfiring Mayo beaten in Castlebar
A late Pater Harte goal helped wrap it up for Tyrone.
# Knockout Blow
Corofin duo help GMIT send 2013 champions DIT out of Sigerson while Athlone beat Trinity
Today’s matches took place in Tuam Stadium and Ringsend.
# clinical
Roscommon smashed four second half goals past Galway to start the year with some silverware
John Evans’ men gave a remarkable second half performance to win the FBD League.
# Final Four
Galway edge Monaghan in quarter-final thriller
Connacht champions show no rustiness after seven-week break.
# Final Four
Dublin hold off Kerry charge to book their place in semi-finals
Gregory McGonigle’s ladies join Cork and Armagh in the semis.
# Scream 4
'Lee's very, very loud' - How Cillian O'Connor set up Mayo's opening goal yesterday
The Ballintubber man believes tougher tests this year will help his team in the long run.
# See Ye Again
Whyte the Waterford hero as injury-time score rescues Munster SFC draw against Clare
The teams will replay their clash next Saturday at the Fraher Field.