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SPORTS SHORTS

• Galway’s Kevin McGlade claimed gold on the final day of competition at the Dave McCullagh Memorial Gala in Limerick at the weekend, winning the 50m freestyle final in 24.30. He then went on to win silver in the 50m breaststroke final, while another Galway swimmer, Dairne Ryan, also took silver in the women’s 50m freestyle in 27.57. Galway’s good run continued in the 100m butterfly final with David O’Sullivan (57.31) claiming gold.

Barna prevail in West Board final thriller

It took extra time before Barna minors prevailed in the West Board A Minor League final on Sunday in the Prairie.

Barrowsiders are close to All-Ireland glory

Carlow under-21 hurlers will play Kerry in the All-Ireland under 21 B final at Nenagh this Saturday at 3.30pm. On route, Carlow defeated Meath in the Leinster semi-final, Westmeath in the final, and three weeks ago, they defeated Donegal in the All-Ireland semi-final.

Sensational finish as Naomh Brid are crowned new champions

Sensational dying seconds in the Carlow Talbot Hotel Senior Hurling Championship final saw Naomh Brid’s Alan Brennan’s ground shot go through a crowded goalmouth and hit the back of the Mount Leinster Rangers net as dreams died and others were granted in seconds. Deep into injury time and the crowd were on their feet. Naomh Brid down by two points won a ’65, the experienced Brendan Lawler, knew a point would not suffice at this stage, and he sent the ball into the square where it hit a defender and went out for a second ’65. Lawler dropped the ball about ten metres out slightly to the right at the sugar factory end of Dr Cullen Park, the defence did their best to get the sliothar out of danger, the sliothar was tipped out about seven feet when Brennan came around in semi circle style and on the run connected deadly with his swing and the white net shook. Belief, disbelief it had happened, true to form Mount Leinster Rangers lost no time with the puck out and went in search of an equaliser. James Hickey moved the ball forward with speed, and in their excitement not many saw Martin ‘Murt’ Keating send a ground shot back down the field, cutting off that last dangerous raid for 2008 as referee Pat Kehoe sounded the full time whistle.

It was a blue day for the Naomh Brid men... as ‘Comer march on to next round

Sunday’s Leinster clash between neighbouring teams Carlow’s Naomh Brid and Kilkenny’s Erin’s Own provided an exciting spectacle for all in Nowlan Park. The game looked to be in Naomh Brid’s grasp, however, with late vital scores and conceding frees it wasn’t to be their day.

It was a blue day for the Naomh Brid men... as ‘Comer march on to next round

Sunday’s Leinster clash between neighbouring teams Carlow’s Naomh Brid and Kilkenny’s Erin’s Own provided an exciting spectacle for all in Nowlan Park. The game looked to be in Naomh Brid’s grasp, however, with late vital scores and conceding frees it wasn’t to be their day.

Behave yourself, judge warns Races visitor

A Meath man who did not take kindly to being refused entry to a night club during the Galway Races was warned that he had better behave himself if he comes to the city again.

 

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