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An action-packed weekend in the Galway senior hurling championship saw the contenders for the Tom Callanan Cup narrowed down to eight as four preliminary quarter-finals took centre stage, while Portumna pulled off the shock result of the weekend in demoting Gort down to senior B hurling for 2020.
An East Galway TD has welcomed a proposed new development in Portumna by Waterways Ireland.
St Thomas and Clarinbridge do battle this Sunday in the last of this year’s senior hurling championship quarter-final ties in what looks set to be a mouth-watering contest in Kenny Park (1.30pm).
Kiltormer GAA complex in East Galway is the place to be this Sunday! What is happening…….well a Monster Charity Auction with all the trimmings! From BBQ, children’s entertainment, face painting, cake sale, Bric-A-Brac and fashion corner it going to be a hive of activity. The auction has been organized to create safe and accessible car parking at the local national school which currently only has six car spaces, forcing parents to park on both sides of a busy main road. The LCDG is leading the project and needs to raise €100,000 to make their dreams a reality. The Monster Auction is the main fundraiser for the project and so the group is calling for strong support locally.
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.
The Clarinbridge Juvenile GAA Club began the season in style with the launch of a personalised training top for every juvenile player and coach.
2017 county senior champions Liam Mellows face near neighbours Castlegar in Pearse Stadium on Sunday (2pm), having produced a solid six-point victory over Craughwell in the first round of the county championship.
Galway GAA fans will have a great opportunity to meet their football and hurling heroes tomorrow evening.
The Portumna hurlers collected the Tommy Moore Cup on the steps of the Hogan Stand for a stunning fourth time in nine years on Monday after seeing off Mount Leinster Rangers by 0-19 to 0-11.
Clarinbridge club secretary Damien McGrath thrilled with All-Ireland victory