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Reigning champions make no mistake at the second time of asking

Corofin made the most of their repreive yesterday.

Corofin made no mistake this time around.
Corofin made no mistake this time around.
Image: Donall Farmer/INPHO

Updated at 7.40am

Corofin 2-9

Cortoon Stars 0-11

THE REIGNING AIB ALL-Ireland senior club football champions Corofin may have been lucky to escape with a draw a fortnight ago but they made no mistake at the second time of asking against Tuam Stars on Sunday.

A late Gary Sice point the last day earned this quarter-final replay but the defending champions did not need any late drama today as they secured a four-point win at Tuam stadium in their Galway SFC senior football championship quarter-final replay.

Corofin led by 2-3 to 0-6 at the break and comfortably saw out the second half to book their ninth semi-final spot in 10 years and they’ll face Cortoon Shamrocks in the final four.

The other semi-final will see Salthill-Knockcarra play Mountbellew-Moylough after they defeated Killanin on Saturday evening.

Originally published at 8pm, 14 September.

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