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  • The quarter finals of the Galway Club Championship gets under way this weekend. John Mulholland has also priced up the relegation matches and outright on who goes down
  • Next Galway manager market now suspended with the breaking news that Anthony Daly has just stood down as Dublin manager

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  • The west is awake in the search for new managers for all Intercounty three teams in Galway and Mayo. Galway hurling manager Anthony Cunnigham has reapplied for another term is predicted to hang on against former selector Mattie Kenny however if Anthony Daly steps down from Dublin hurling, according to John Mulholland bookmakers GAA compilers he’d be a live runner in the race. As for the search for the Galway football manager, nominations must be submitted by Friday and the market will become clear from there but it looks like Kevin Walsh’s job to lose according to the betting. As for Mayo, the search is on after James Horan stepped down on Saturday night following their All Ireland defeat. Instantly John Mulholland installed Kevin McStay as the odds on favourite after the former St Brigids manager courted the job live on the Sunday Game and gave a passionate defence of Mayo football and people. The list of candidates compiled by John Mulholland’s though is a fairly extensive and McStay could find himself up against the likes of minor all Ireland winning manager Enda Gilvarry, Donie Buckley and perhaps even Armagh man Tony McEntee. See betting below for all three markets Next Galway Hurling manager 4/5 Anthony Cunningham 7/4 Mattie Kenny 3/1 Anthony Daly 7/1 Johnny Kelly 9/1 Brendan Lynskey Next Galway football manager 1/8 Kevin Walsh 10/1 Dave Morris 10/1 Billy Morgan 11/1 Alan Flynn 11/1 Paul Clancy 12/1 Padraig Joyce 12/1 Rory Gallagher 12/1 Tommy Joyce 20/1 Kevin McStay 14/1 Seamus 'Banty' McEnaney 14/1 Jack O Connor 16/1 Conor Conihan 16/1 Liam Sammon 20/1 John O Mahony 33/1 Ray Silke 33/1 John Donnellan Next Mayo football manager 4/11 Kevin McStay 4/1 Enda Gilvarry 5/1 Tony McEntee 6/1 Pat Holmes 6/1 Donie Buckley 6/1 James Nallen 6/1 Anthony McGarry 8/1 John Maughan 16/1 Billy Joe Paddden 16/1 Jack O Connor 100/1 Alan Mulholland