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Fitzgerald ready to go the distance against Mayo kingpins

Wednesday, 22nd November, 2017 10:50am

Story by Mark Walsh
Fitzgerald ready to go the distance against Mayo kingpins

Corofin's Kieran Fitzgerald

Fitzgerald ready to go the distance against Mayo kingpins

Corofin's Kieran Fitzgerald

IF Corofin are the ones raising their hands in triumph at the final whistle on Sunday, whether that is blown around 3.30pm or possibly later, it would put them in exalted territory within the province.

Last year’s Connacht final win has left them on seven titles in the roll of honour, neck and neck with Clann na nGael of Roscommon, who ruled the province with iron fist in the 1980s.
For Kieran Fitzgerald, Corofin’s most experienced player, the landmark is something the players aren’t focusing on ahead of the Castlebar game.
“If that happens it will be great for the club, but it’s something we haven’t even spoken about,” he said.

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