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Ollie Canning will be an ambassador this year for the Galway Hurling Supporters Club which holds its annual general meeting next Wednesday (March 23).
A club’s season can turn on a small thing. Clarinbridge were close to crashing out of the Galway county championship in the group stages last summer. It took a late free from Mark Kerins to snatch a draw off Beagh in their last group game, and without that score, they would not have even qualified, having lost their first two games to Kinvara and Portumna.
Financial difficulties continue to beset Galway United as this week it announced cutting its paid administration staff.
Pádraig Pearses will have it all to do to advance in this Sunday’s All Ireland Intermediate Hurling Club Championship semi-final at Templetuohy, Tipperary (2.30pm).
The Caltra Cuans junior lady footballers face St Enda’s (Tyrone) in the replay of this year’s AllI reland Junior Ladies Championship final on Saturday at 2pm, in Mullahoran in Cavan.
Mayo AC have just announced the launch of their new website www.mayoac.com. The website will feature information on all aspects of the club’s activities and is a welcome addition as the club expands on all fronts. Club chairman Michael Mc Grath pointed out that, while the website has been online for some time, recently it has received a major revamp thanks mainly to the great work done by club website coordinators TJ Mc Hugh, Catherine Conway, and others.
•Knocknacarra FC pre-season training commenced this week for all adult (junior) teams on Tuesday and also today (Thursday) in Cappagh Park at 7pm. The club hopes to enter three adult teams in the Galway & District League for the forthcoming season. Registration for all underage teams takes place at the clubhouse in Cappagh park tomorrow (Friday) from 7pm to 9pm and Saturday from 1pm to 3pm . For more information contact Mike 086-8521312 .The club is also on the lookout for coaches at all levels. Contact club secretary John O'Donovan 086-2391418 .
Western Lakes cycling club has three busy months ahead with three big promotions in July, August, and September, catering for leisure, racing, and recreational cyclists. Club chairman John Murphy said: “Our club aims to bring cycling to all facets of the community, by promoting these events we create events that people want to take part in, and bring cycling to their doorsteps, this could not be done without having a great working club where all our members help out.” The three events are the Polkadot challenge, the Ballinrobe two day event, and Cornmarket to Castle fun cycle.
On Friday night last Kilkenny City Harriers athletic club held their annual awards night. The awards ceremony was held in the James Stephens clubhouse in Larchfield. The achievements of the 2009 season were recounted.
Barna United Football Club is calling for dedicated soccer facilities to meet the needs of the 18 teams and 500 teenagers and adults who will be playing competitively for the club by 2015.