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Portumna favourites to annex fourth title

Next Monday, St Patrick's Day 2014, the hurling supporters and families of Portumna head to Dublin hoping their club can win their fourth All-Ireland senior club title in the past nine years.

Portumna qualify for All-Ireland final against newcomers

Portumna hurlers are back in yet another All-Ireland club final and will face Mount Leinster (Carlow) on St Patrick's Day.

St Thomas and Portumna prepare for replay

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Current All-Ireland club hurling champions St Thomas and three-times winners Portumna renew acquaintances on Saturday (3.45pm) at Kenny Park in the replay of last Sunday's county semi-final. It finished Portumna 0-22 to 1-19 for a fortunate St Thomas outfit.

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Portumna remain Galway’s top team

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The most invaluable habit to acquire is a winning one. Portumna simply know how to emerge victorious, and yesterday at Pearse Stadium it wasn’t about being slick or stylish, what mattered was substance.

Deserving Portumna nail another title

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Portumna validated their credentials as Galway’s top hurling club when they claimed back-to-back titles and their fourth in six years.

The big two clash in Sunday’s Leinster final

It’s the big showdown between the Leinster champions of the past two years in what has all the ingredients to be one of the highlights of the entire provincial campaign. Club is definitely family for this pair, who between them have won 12 Leinster (Birr 7, Ballyhale 5) and eight All-Ireland titles. They have each won four All-Ireland crowns, placing them joint leaders at the top of the honours list.

Shamrocks all set for tough test

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This pairing has left hurling supporters counting the days to this Sunday ever since it emerged that the 2008 champions (Portumna) would be taking on their immediate predecessors, Ballyhale Shamrocks, who triumphed in 2007. This has the potential to be a real classic between two outstanding clubs, both of whom have a proven record at this level.

The big two clash in Sunday’s Leinster final

It’s the big showdown between the Leinster champions of the past two years in what has all the ingredients to be one of the highlights of the entire provincial campaign. Club is definitely family for this pair, who between them have won 12 Leinster (Birr 7, Ballyhale 5) and eight All-Ireland titles. They have each won four All-Ireland crowns, placing them joint leaders at the top of the honours list.

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