Corofin GAA Club (Galway)

Founded 1925

Co. Galway

Club Notes Week 7 June

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The Galway senior footballers face Monaghan in a relegation play-off to preserve their division 1 status. The game will take place on Sunday in Clones with throw in at 3.45 and the game can be viewed live on TG4. Best wishes to the team and all our club players involved.

From Monday of this week competitive and challenge games at all levels of club and inter county are permitted to take place. However, it is essential that we continue to proceed with caution and that the Return to Play Protocols continue to be followed. In terms of attendances, 100 spectators will be permitted to attend GAA games (club and inter county) in the 26 Counties. This number is in addition to players, team personnel, stewards or media attendees. Where a ground has a minimum accredited capacity of 5,000, a maximum of 200 spectators can attend.

The Galway County Football Committee has published the programme of Galway football leagues and championships for 2021. Corofin’s first three games in the league, division 1 are against Milltown, away, on 27 June; Mountbellew – Moylough, away, on 11 July and at home to Tuam Stars on 25 July.

The senior, intermediate and junior championships will commence with round 1 on the weekend of 3, 4, 5 September. The master fixtures plan is published on the club’s website.

The June edition of the GAA Club Newsletter is now available to view on the club’s website. This month’s edition includes the following: Important GAA Covid-19 update for clubs in the 26 counties, an update on the GAA's Strategic Plan and much more.

The club offers its sympathy to the family and friends of the following who died recently: Joseph (Joe) Nohilly, Moneen, Cummer. The club extends its deepest sympathy to Joseph's heartbroken parents, brothers, sister and extended family. Joseph played with the club at all underage grades progressing to junior level and is fondly remembered as great team player and a tenacious corner back. He is also remembered for his kind and gentle nature.

We also remember Josie Hughes, Dowras, Cummer, mother of Yolanda Mollahan, Dowras; Tom Collins, Kingston, Galway, brother of Eddie Collins Caherhugh; Tess Roche, Caherlistrane, aunt of Frank Coen, Ballintubber. May they rest in peace.

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