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Step back in time at Clarinbridge market day

The picturesque village of Clarinbridge will take its annual step back in time on Saturday September 1, when it once again holds its hugely popular market day. This year's event is expected to be bigger and better than ever before.

Go Wild in Clarinbridge

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Go Wild In Clarinbridge is a day of free events, taking place on Saturday September 19 from 10am, and continuing throughout the day, with all events related to the local natural environment.

Castlegar hurlers into the championship quarter-finals

The Castlegar hurlers advanced to the last eight in the Galway senior championship following an exciting 1-17 to 2-13 victory over Kinvara at Kenny Park on Saturday evening.

Hurling board to meet on Monday

A new hurling manager to success John McIntyre could be announced at next Monday evening’s hurling board meeting.

Hurling manager nominatons close next week

The hurling board has selected a committee to find the replacement for John McIntyre as county senior hurling manager.

McInytre steps down as hurling boss

John McIntyre has stepped down as manager of the Galway senior hurling team after three years at the helm. The Tipperary native succeeded Ger Loughnane in the winter of 2008 but failed to help the side progress beyond three successive All-Ireland quarter finals.

McIntyre will meet hurling board to discuss future

John McIntyre has served as Galway senior hurling manager for three years and he will consult with key Galway hurling board officials before coming to a decision on his future.

Abject Galway suffer heavy defeat

For the sixth year in a row the Galway hurlers have been knocked out of the All-Ireland senior hurling championship before the Galway Races. And last Sunday’s 10-point defeat to Waterford was a real kick in the guts for hurling supporters in the county, particularly those who travelled to Semple Stadium with high hopes.

Galway are ‘mentally prepared” for big Waterford challenge

After impressive victories over Clare and Cork in the last two rounds of the championship the Galway hurlers must take the next step this Sunday in Thurles (4pm) and put Waterford to the sword in the All-Ireland quarter-final.

Hurlers hit a winning groove against Cork

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The improving Galway hurlers will face defeated Munster finalists Waterford on Sunday week at Semple Stadium at 4pm in the All-Ireland quarter final as a result of their impressive victory last Saturday over a shell shocked Cork outfit.

 

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