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There is a fine balance to this side and their next outing against another coming team, Claregalway, will be a real litmus test for both sides.
Of course for Tuam Stars, there is the added benefit that three teams qualify from this group for the quarter-finals given the presence of two of last year’s semi-finalists in Annaghdown and Corofin, so this win has guaranteed them of their place in the last eight.
The game was barely ten minutes old and last year’s quarter finalists had raced into a six points to nil lead.
Bohan, in particular, was proving to be the scourge of the opposition’s rearguard.
On the eve of his last summer festival in charge, John Moloney’s vision and relentless quest to keep improving the facilities at Ballybrit ensures his legacy as manager of the Galway track will stand the test of time.
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Tuam Stars 4-15St James’ 2-9Patrick Earley in Corofin TUAM Stars blew a hapless St James’ off the park in Corofin on Saturday, coasting to a 12-point victory which, in truth, could have been an awful lot more, to secure their place in the quarter-finals of the championship.
They kicked all nine of their wides in the first half and only seven points which indicates an astonishing turnaround at the break.
The Stars struck 4-8 in that second half, converting every shot they had at the target but it became all too easy too early for Tuam as St James’ offered very little resistance.