Galway Utd 1 Sligo Rovers 1 in the Eircom Premier.
Cold and breezy Terryland Park , near the river Shannon, hosted this Connacht derby.
Both sets of fans had their large flags including one (almost obligatory ?) image of Che.
Galway needed at least a point being bottom of the league and with financial problems.
They scored first but soon after allowed a cross to find defender Almeida who got the equaliser. Sligo probably shaded the game , helped by Galway having a man sent off later in the game.
In the town centre tourists (and locals) enjoy the Irish atmosphere and hospitality amongst the jugglers , bars and restaurants.
Cobh Ramblers 0 St Patricks Athletic 1
Cobh, also in need of points, played one up front and let St Pats pass the ball around endlessly.
Eventually Pats made the possession count , from Guy's mis-header debutant O'Brien scored easily enough. They maintained their position as league leaders.
It's not difficult to associate Cobh ('Cove') with the sea - bars are named after the Lusitania, Mauretania and Titanic. Many of those who died when the Lusitania was torpedoed are buried there. And Cobh, or Queenstown as it was then, was the last stop on the maiden (and only) voyage of the Titanic.
The harbour , reckoned to be the 2nd largest in the world , is pleasant enough in the sunshine as you watch the ships come in whilst reading the Sunday papers.
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