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Castlegar GAA Club is holding its annual Open Day, for the registration of new and existing members, this Saturday, March 5, from 1:00 pm to 3:00 pm. A free fun-filled afternoon is planned at the clubhouse with face-painting, balloon artists and lots of games and activities for all your family to enjoy.
Both Galway hurling clubs in All-Ireland club action last weekend suffered major disappointments with senior champions Sarsfields and county intermediate champions Abbeyknockmoy suffering defeats.
Galway county champions Sarsfields head to Páirc Tailteann in Meath on Saturday to take on Antrim’s Cushendal in the All-Ireland club senior hurling semi-final (2pm).
The devastating aftermath of Storm Desmond was outlined in stark terms by Galway County Council executives at its monthly meeting in County Buildings yesterday (Wednesday). And director of services Liam Gavin warned that the damage in many areas was yet to be fully assessed as they were still flooded but the initial tally was thought to be €12.2 million.
Sarsfields produced the goods when it mattered most to collect their first senior county title since 1997, beating Craughwell by 2-10 to 0-14.
The replay of the Galway county senior hurling final takes place this Sunday at Pearse Stadium (1.45pm) with Craughwell and Sarsfields doing battle once again, to see who will take home the Tom Callanan trophy for 2015.
Even with only a few minutes to go last Sunday afternoon in Kenny Park and with both sides vying for their first senior title in a long time, and nothing between the sides on the scoreboard, there was a really muted atmosphere in the ground. There was barely a murmur on the packed terraces and the stand was never in any potential danger of being shook to the rafters.
There is a genuine air of anticipation and excitement ahead of Sunday’s novel county final clash between Craughwell and Sarsfields at Kenny Park, Athenry (2.30pm).