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Loughrea, powered by the free-taking of young Neil Keary, advanced with a lot more ease than the final scoreline suggests to the 2010 county final where they will face Clarinbridge.
The Galway senior hurling management will be hoping their luck changes soon as a growing number of players have been picking up injuries over the past few weeks.
Ballyhale Shamrocks turned Croke Park green as they secured a record-breaking fifth AIB All-Ireland Senior Hurling Club title on St Patrick's Day, thanks to a hard-earned victory over Portumna.
Nothing lasts for ever and we know that all good things come to an end. And it did for Portuma yesterday.
1. Critical battle areas:
1. Critical battle areas
This Sunday at Parnell Park in Dublin ( 2.30pm) Portumna hurlers will face Dunloy (Antrim) in the All-Ireland semi-final.
Three first-half Portumna goals ultimately proved the difference between the sides in this slow burning semi final played at Kenny Park yesterday. The champions are back once again in another final and it is difficult to look past them yet, as in recent rounds, they only impressed in fleeting spurts. Mellows will be disappointed with their own performance, as their disastrous start cost dearly. In fact, were it not for the Border men’s first half profligacy in front of goal, Mellows would have been far greater in arrears than the seven-point half time margin.
The Shamrocks won’t be shining on St Patrick’s Day after they were beaten by a superior Portumna side.
Portumna are on course to retain this year’s Galway Senior Hurling Championship crown after easing to a 3 -10 to 0- 13 victory over Liam Mellows in Athenry.