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Clarinbridge ease past Craughwell to reach another county final

Clarinbridge qualified for a second consecutive county final last Saturday when they saw off Craughwell comfortably enough in Duggan Park on a score-line of 0-18 to 0-13.

Hurling semi-final refixted for Saturday

The re-fixture for last Sunday’s abandoned county hurling semi-final between Clarinbridge and Craughwell takes place this Saturday in Duggan Park at 2.30pm.

Hurling fans head to Kenny Park for semi-final double-header

The finalists for the 2011 county senior hurling final are expected to be known by 5pm this Sunday afternoon, barring any draws.

Clarinbridge still favourites to advance

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All-Ireland champions Clarinbridge had to dig really deep last weekend to come from three points down against Mullagh to set up another chance to defend their titles this Sunday at 3.30pm in Athenry.

Galway u-21 hurlers collect All-Ireland title in style

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They won easily on a score-line of 3-14 to 1-10 against Dublin, and fully deserved the large margin of their victory.

Tribesmen’s u-21 hurlers can expect titanic struggle with the Dubs

The Galway u-21 hurlers will hope to follow the Galway minors’ example when they face Dublin in Semple Stadium on Saturday (7pm) in the All-Ireland final.

U-21 hurlers reach All-Ireland final with a fantastic win over Limerick

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Last September the Galway u-21s were ruthlessly mown down by a powerful Tipperary outfit that claimed All-Ireland honours at Semple Stadium.

Injury-free Galway take on Limerick in u-21 semi-final

Galway u-21 hurling team manager Anthony Cunningham will lead his panel to Thurles this Saturday (6pm) in the hopes of returning to to Croke Park for a second successive All-Ireland decider.

Injury-free Galway take on Limerick in u-21 semi-final

Galway u-21 hurling team manager Anthony Cunningham will lead his panel to Thurles this Saturday (6pm) in the hopes of returning to to Croke Park for a second successive All-Ireland decider.

Regan focused on hurlers’ next step

Tony Óg Regan has been around long enough to know a team is only as good as its last game and the only result that matters is the next one. For Galway that means defeating Waterford in next Sunday’s All-Ireland quarter final at Semple Stadium and reaching the All-Ireland semi-finals for the first time since 2005.

 

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