The senior hurling championship recommences this week following the DRA's ruling earlier in the week which ruled Turloughmore's appeal was out of order.
The GAA's Disputes Resolution Authority ruled all avenues of appeal were not exhausted before bringing the request for arbitration to the DRA, and hence they ruled the appeal out of order.
That decision on Monday night means Joe Canning's Portumna will advance to play Castlegar in the preliminary quarter-finals this weekend.
That game is part of a double header in Kenny Park on Saturday.
First up are St Thomas and Killimordaly at 2.30pm, followed by Castlegar and Portumna at 4pm.
The same venue hosts another double header on Sunday, with Clarinbridge and Tommy Larkins throwing in at 1pm and Kilnadeema-Leitrim and Cappataggle also in action at 2.30pm.
Waiting for the four winners of those ties are in the quarter-finals are Gort, Sarsfields, Liam Mellowes and Craughwell.