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All roads lead to Athlone

All roads throughout the country will lead to Athlone this coming weekend from May 25 to May 27 for the first weekend of the HSE National Community Games finals. More than 3,000 young competitors will descend on the Athlone Institute of Technology to take part in various sporting and cultural events. Mayo Community Games will be strongly represented by 90 young participants who will compete in art, model making, handwriting, chess, project, indoor soccer, table quiz, table tennis, and mixed distance relays. In the cultural section there is competition in the group music, dancing and singing. The programme will also include solo music, singing and solo recitation.

Kilkenny students honoured in WIT sports scholarships

Kilkenny students Kieran Joyce, Michelle Quilty, and Colm Dowling were among those awarded Gold Level sports scholarships at the WIT Awards Ceremony last week.

Michael Lyng Motors Intermediate Hurling semi final

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Saturday: Nowlan Park 4.30. Glenmore v Danesfort

Michael Lyng Motors Intermediate Hurling championship

St Lachtain’s v Rower-Inistioge

Michael Lyng Motors Intermediate Hurling Championship quarter finals

John Lockes (Callan) v Danesfort

Kilkenny intermediates look to make history

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Kilkenny Intermediate hurling team will look to make history tomorrow (Saturday) evening, when they attempt to put two All-Ireland titles back to back for the first time.

Kilkenny cruise to Leinster title 

Kilkenny cruised to their fourth Leinster title in a row with a comprehensive win over Wexford in Nowlan Park on Wednesday evening.

Kilkenny’s U21 loss at Wexford Park serves as a warning to seniors

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This past week has been a strange one on the GAA front. Croke Park yet again gets another mid-season face lift. A player from Laois puts himself on a collision course with his manager over comments on Twitter.

SPORTS SHORTS

•GMIT Surf Club Team claimed silver at All Ireland Surf Intervarsities in Antrim recently. Eoin Murphy - a second year event management student in GMIT - flew through his heats in small but challenging waves with clean lines and tight turns. He eventually surfed his way into second position, claiming the silver medal. Also representing GMIT was Padraic Alan O’Conaire who claimed second place in the body boarding category. He scored high marks due to his technical 360 turns and clean lines.

Cats exit to Dubs

Dublin 0-17

 

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