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A capacity 115 teams will compete in this year’s Safety Direct Galway International Rally which takes place on Saturday and Sunday.
The crowning of this year’s Irish tarmac rally champions will take in Galway on Saturday.
1. How long have you played for John Lockes?
Kilkenny junior hurling champions John Lockes qualified for the Leinster Junior hurling final by virtue of a hard earned one point win over Adamstown in Tadghmon on Sunday last.
John Lockes of Callan ensured their return to the Intermediate grade next year by winning the JJ Kavanagh & Sons Kilkenny Junior hurling title when they defeated Barrow Rangers by 1-14 to 0-14 in Nowlan Park on Monday last. Looking stronger than they had the previous week the Callanmen came into the replay with great confidence and balance. They enjoyed the advantage of an early goal scored by corner forward Shane Bergin but by half time Barrow Rangers had fought back to level terms 0-7 to 1-4.
It was a happy bus load of young athletes who returned from Lough Key Forest Park, Roscommon, on Sunday evening. The bus departed with the St Senan’s athletes from Kilmacow shortly after dawn, collecting the Thomastown, Gowran and KCH athletes on the way and linking later with the boys and girls from St Joseph’s.
McPhillips is the league leader
Young Irelands (Gowran) for the second successive year, survived the drop to intermediate as they overcame Dicksboro 2-11 to 1-11 in a thrilling relegation final in Thomastown last Saturday.
There were some outstanding performances by some of the young athletes at the juvenile even age groups cross-country at a wind and rain swept Tramore Racecourse on Sunday. However the Kilkenny athletes made light of the tough hilly and winding course and adverse weather conditions.
Over the next couple of weeks the major cross-country focus will be on the provincial finals. Round one in Leinster, juvenile even ages, novice and masters, take place in Adamstown, Co Wexford, this Sunday.