Search Results for 'Declan Prendergast'

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Big wins for Castlebar teams in Connacht competitions

Balla

Golf results

•Oughterard Golf Club: Men’s open singles stableford, Tom Gallen (16) 40; Luke Bohan (7) 39; Cyril Foye (13) 39; Adrian Connell (23) 38. Men's stableford, Colm Kavanagh (19) 43; Tony O'Donnell (21) 41; Gross Robert Monroe (6) 34; Christy Smyth (19) 39; Conor Bohan (15) 39; Cathair Conneely (6) 39. Ladies’ Cystic Fibrosis Open, Valerie Heery (23) 36; Sarah Donnelly (36) 35; Gross Annette O’Neill, Tuam (11) 23; Carmel Moore (29) 34; Cat 1, Margaret O’Neill (20) 33; Rita Jordan (17) 32; Cat 2,Noreen Maloney (26) 33; Kathleen Ivers, Galway (27) 33; Cat 3, Mary Loughman (29) 33; Mary O’Connell (36) 32.

Misfiring hurlers miss out on league final date with Kilkenny

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Waterford 1-17

Experience the key as Waterford triumph over youthful Clare

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How refreshing it was to finally see a good honest championship match. The games to date in this year’s campaign have been either one sided affairs or ones of poor quality. So with the World Cup just about to get underway the GAA got a great boost when Waterford and Clare did battle in Thurles last Monday.

Kilkenny lose out in fiery battle

Travelling down to Walsh Park last Sunday I could sense that a tough day at the office lay ahead for the Kilkenny hurlers. It wasn't completely based on a gut feeling. You see over the years these league encounters with our neighbours have always been tough, uncompromising and as the records show the spoils have been divided fairly equally in recent years.

Master McGrath inspires Déise revenge

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Waterford 2-17

Cody’s Cats keep four-in-row dream alive

Kilkenny 2-23

Cody’s Cats keep four-in-row dream alive

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Kilkenny 2-23   Waterford 3-15

Master Shef steers Cats to semi-final victory

Kilkenny's fine victory over Waterford in last Sunday’s All-Ireland semi-final means this current panel are now just 70 odd minutes away from achieving an incredible four-in-a-row. Kerry footballers have achieved this unbelievable feat on two occasions. The men of Wexford have also managed it with the big ball, but only the hurlers of Cork in the 40s can boast about doing it with the small ball.

Master Shef steers Cats to semi-final victory

Kilkenny's fine victory over Waterford in last Sunday’s All-Ireland semi-final means this current panel are now just 70 odd minutes away from achieving an incredible four-in-a-row. Kerry footballers have achieved this unbelievable feat on two occasions. The men of Wexford have also managed it with the big ball, but only the hurlers of Cork in the 40s can boast about doing it with the small ball.

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