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Round-up: Weekend's Club Championship action
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Corofin continue to set seriously high standards in the Galway SFC.
Sunday's handsome 7-17 to 0-11 success over AIB All Ireland Intermediate champions Oughterard was the latest dynamic display from Kevin O'Brien's outfit.
Darragh Silke, Micheal Lundy, Jason Leonard, Dylan Canney, Dylan Wall, Mike Farragher, and Matthew Cooley bagged goals for Corofin, who have won three AIB All Ireland Senior titles on the spin.
Elsewhere Corribside Mountbellew-Moylough edged out Annaghdown in a critical contest, while Caherlistane, Salthill-Knocknacarra, Barna, and Maigh Cuilinn were amongst other impressive winners.
In neighbouring Mayo Westport enjoyed a fine triumph over Breaffy with Lee Keegan and Aidan O'Shea involved in a keenly contested affair.
The promising Matthew Cooley netted a goal for Corofin against Oughterard at Pearse Stadium on Sunday.
Kevin Keane and Killian Kilkenny bagged goals for Westport, who held off a determined late Breaffy rally.
The Neale made a hugely encouraging start in Group One where Ballaghaderreen enjoyed a convincing win over Belmullet.
On Saturday Ballintubber, who had talisman Cillian O'Connor sent off, were held to a draw by Aghamore.
Holders Padraig Pearses proved too strong for Michael Glaveys in the Roscommon SFC.
In Donegal Gaobh Dobhair blasted out a reminder about their considerable potential earning a 2-17 to 0-7 win over Four Masters.
Sarsfields made a smart start in the Kildare SFC, while in Westmeath Garrycastle overcame local rivals Athlone.
Simonstown Gaels proved too strong for Skyrne in Meath, while Cavan Gaels defeated Killygarry in the Cavan SFC.
Patrick Horgan scores a free as Glen Rovers proved too strong for St Finbarrs at Pairc Ui Chaoimh.
An eagerly anticipated Cork Senior Hurling Championship commenced this weekend.
On Saturday evening Patrick Horgan was a goalscorer for Glen Rovers, who cruised to a commanding win over city rivals St Finbarrs at Pairc Ui Chaoimh.
Sarsfields, Douglas, Blackrock, and Newtownshandrum also chalked up positive results Leeside.
In Waterford Roanmore, Passage, Abbeyside, and Lismore, prompted by Maurice Shanahan's brilliant 1-17 haul, registered victories.
Na Piarsaigh and South Liberties earned points from their respective games in the Limerick SHC.
Following the last round of group fixtures in Wexford the draw for the quarter-finals has thrown up some interesting encounters.
Next Friday St Martin's face Glynn-Barntown, while Naomh Eanna and Ferns collide on Saturday.
Then on Sunday Faythe Harriers clash with Shelmaliers, while St Anne's and Oulart-The Ballagh will also clash at Chadwicks Wexford Park.