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Galway take on Clare in Cusack Park in Camogie championship

The Galway senior camogie team will head down the road to Cusack park on Saturday for a 5pm throw-in when they face Clare as part of a double header with the Clare v Dublin All-Ireland hurling qualifier game.

Galway look to back up opening day win

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Galway camogie face a stiff test in the second round-robin championship fixture when they take on Kilkenny in Nowlan Park on Saturday (3.15pm).

Galway GAA Annual 2011 for sale

If you are under pressure in the next day or two, (many of us are), for a Christmas gift to fill a stocking for a loved one in your family who is a fan of Galway GAA, you could do a lot worse than to spend €10 on the 2011 Galway GAA annual.

Kilkenny girls bid for All-Ireland glory

Three Kilkenny girls will bid for glory this Sunday, as London’s Tara Camogie Club take on Myshall in the All-Ireland Junior club semi-final in Ruislip.

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Katie Power back running

Galway and the Cats renew camogie rivalry

The Galway Camogie senior squad will face Kilkenny in the last four of the All-Ireland Senior Camogie Championship on August 13 in a repeat of the 2009 semi-finals.

Galway must step it up when they face the Cats

The Galway senior camogie team will be given a good indication of their current form when they take on Kilkenny in round six of the All-Ireland championship on Saturday in Duggan Park (4pm).

Breaffy camogie

Critical week for inter-county teams

This weekend will be a busy one for the camogie inter-county teams as the seniors, intermediates and minor players are all in action. The Ragg stages a double header on Saturday afternoon as the seniors and intermediates are both away to Tipperary.

Dublin’s old failing of not converting possession let’s Cats in for a draw

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There were only two parties rubbing their hands with pleasure after last weekend’s strange round of league action. Those were the Tipperary management team and the GAA authorities. Tipperary sent out a statement of intent with an emphatic victory over Galway at Salthill. As for the GAA they will be delighted that at least four teams are still in the hunt for a league final spot when the last round is played in a fortnight’s time.


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