ACTION from last year’s Galway Senior Football Championship between Megan Glynn of Claregalway (left) and Kilkerrin-Clonberne’s Nicola Ward. PHOTO: SEAN RYAN | SPORTSPHOTO.IE

Kilkerrin-Clonberne’s crown on line against Claregalway

SATURDAY’S Galway Senior Ladies Football Championship final promises to be the most intriguing for years when nine in-a-row chasing Kilkerrin-Clonberne square off against emerging powerhouse Claregalway in Cregg, the home of Annaghdown GAA Club (throw-in 4pm).

Kilkerrin-Clonberne have swept all before them inside the county during this spell on top of the food chain. In many people’s eyes, they have the potential, should they come out of Galway, to go one better than their 2019 All-Ireland final defeat to Mourneabbey, which ended in the most agonising of circumstances as a Laura Fitzgerald point, with less than 20 seconds left, clinched victory for the Cork club.

There is set to be a plethora of Galway senior players taking to the field on Saturday in what has all the hallmarks of a fascinating duel.

Read the full preview in this week's edition of The Tuam Herald, on sale in shops and online