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This Sunday at Kenny Park (1.30pm) the county senior hurling championship final sees Gort, the 2011 champions, take on Portumna, the 2013 champions, in what promises to be an epic battle to see which club takes home the Tom Callanan Cup for 2014.
It has been a remarkable decade of success for the hurlers of Portumna.
Loughrea were the winners of the CBE Connacht senior squash final in their first outing in the event.
Over 50 students from the Budo Martial Arts Centre in Kilkenny graded successfully at a recent event in the Watershed Sports Complex.
•Athenry Golf Club: Captain’s Prize, Norman Farrell (6) 97; Michael Crimmins Jnr (13) 99.5; Gross Padraig McInerney (5) 113; Brendan Byrnes (16) 102; Mattie Duane (19) 102.5; Sean Flannery (16) 103. Sunday, Declan Costello (17) 41; Tom Sweeney (18) 41; Gross Blaine Niland (5) 30; Tom Hanley (21) 37; Gerry Doherty (16) 37; Joe Broder (13) 37. Ladies’ 18 hole stableford, Josephine Noone (11) 37; Laura Moran (33) 37; Gross Marie Carr (7) 29; Maureen Lawless (24) 36; Margaret Seery (31) 35; Valerie Greaney (33) 35. •Bearna Golf Club, voted Connacht’s most improved course, is now offering a unique half year membership from July 1 to December 31. For more information contact 091 592677 or email [email protected]
The Galway Senior Hurling Championship semi-finals are on this Sunday in Kenny Park, Athenry, with two mouth-watering clashes down for decision. First up at 2pm is Clarinbridge against Tynagh Abbey Duniry, followed at 3.45pm when Loughrea take on favourites Portumna.
Members of the Budo JKA Karate Club, Kilkenny, were put through their paces last Sunday as chief instructor for JKA Ireland, sensei Noel Casey was on hand to test 31 members of the club for their respective grades.
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.