• Galway Minor Footballers name an unchanged side for their All-Ireland final against Cork on Sunday from the one that beat Kerry by 0-14 to 0-13 in the Semi-Final.


    The Galway Minor team to play the Rebels in the All-Ireland Final on Sunday is as follows:


    1- Donie Halleran – Cortoon-Shamrocks

    2- Jonathan McGrath – Caherlistrane

    3- Ruairí King – Clifden

    4- Liam Tevnan – Northern Gaels

    5- Cian Hernon – Bearna

    6 -Ethan Fiorentini – St Michaels

    7 -Kyle O’Neill – Caherlistrane

    8 -James McLaughlin – Maigh Cuilinn

    9 -Daniel O Flaherty – Salthill-Knocknacarra

    10- Evan Nolan – Salthill-Knocknacarra

    11- Warren Seoige – Leitir Mór

    12 -Dylan Brady – Corofin

    13- Nathan Grainger – Claregalway

    14 -Tomo Culhane – Salthill-Knocknacarra

    15- Daniel Cox – Maigh Cuilinn

  • The Mayo minors hope to have everyone for selection for their All-Ireland semi-final berth with Cork at 3pm this Saturday in Croke Park.

    Minor manager Tomas Morley says he hopes to have a full squad to select from, despite their gruelling All-Ireland quarter-final against Dublin.

    Oisin Tunney picked up came off with concerns over an ongoing ankle injury but Morley hopes to have all of his young charges fit for their Croke Park showdown with the rebels.

  • Mayo minor manager Tomas Morley believes his side lacked the aggression in their quarter-final defeat to Cork.

    The minors were picked apart by a second half surge from the Rebels, who ran out 4-12 to 1-13 winners.

    The Mayo manager thinks his side lacked the same aggression that they had brought to their matches against Dublin and Galway.

    Lamenting the loss he gave praise to the brilliance of the Cork minors in their ability to shut out his sides’ key men.