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Tomorrow will see a novel pairing in this year’s Connacht Colleges Senior C Hurling final, as Ballyhaunis Community School make the journey to Kenny Park in Athenry to play Mercy College, Woodford.
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.
Most supporters leaving Kenny Park on Sunday afternoon will have had some degree of sympathy for Loughrea, who were rather unfortunate to lose against a lethargic Portumna outfit.
Some of the brightest stars of hurling are coming together as part of the Centra-sponsored GAA Hurling All-Ireland Senior Championship.
The big shock last weekend in the county hurling championship was 8/1 outsiders Tommy Larkins beating 2013 All-Ireland champions St Thomas by 2-15 to 0-19.
Current All-Ireland club hurling champions St Thomas and three-times winners Portumna renew acquaintances on Saturday (3.45pm) at Kenny Park in the replay of last Sunday's county semi-final. It finished Portumna 0-22 to 1-19 for a fortunate St Thomas outfit.
A feast of intercounty hurling for u-16s takes place on Saturday in Athenry’s Kenny Park and Ballyloughnane, home of Liam Mellows GAA club.
Portumna and title holders St Thomas faced each other in Athenry on Sunday in a high profile senior championship clash in Group A, which attracted a good crowd to Kenny Park.
Carnmore, Turloughmore and Craughwell hurling clubs kick off their championships on Sunday
St Thomas v Gort (Kenny Park 1.30pm)