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Two Galway farmers were winners at the seventh annual Milk Quality Awards.
Last Monday I met a few punters around the town who were very disappointed with Galway's 0-22 to 1-13 defeat to Waterford in Walsh Park, as that result scuttled what were otherwise well predicted accumulators and trebles that had come up.
Following last weekend’s impressive 0-28 to 1-12 victory over Dublin at Pearse Stadium, the county senior hurlers will head to Walsh Park this Sunday hoping to collect another two points against Waterford, and put themselves in a solid position in 1A of the National Hurling League.
Athlone Town Council and Westmeath County Council will spend €1.2m to clean up after the county’s citizens this year.
On Sunday evening, Ardnaree and Cill Chomain will do battle for the right to bring the Pete McDonnell Cup home with them for the winter. For the men in green and gold, it will be their fourth junior final in five years and a chance to exercise the demons from those defeats. In 2009 Kiltimagh defeated them on their way to a day out in Croke Park in the All Ireland junior club final, while in 2011 it was Islandeady who came out on top in the county grounds and most dramatically last year, The Neale emerged victorious after a replay against Ardnaree after a Seán Ramsgrove goal deep in injury time in the replay forced the game into extra time where the south-Mayo men ended up winning by five points.
Cusack Park plays host to an attractive double-header this Saturday with our footballers in action against Fermanagh at 3pm in round one of the All-Ireland SFC qualifiers followed by the meeting of Westmeath and Waterford in the hurling qualifiers.
Westmeath County Council has unveiled a new process for council mortgage holders in financial difficulty.
Kilkenny head to Croker on Sunday for a semi-final showdown with our neighbours Waterford.
In the end, perhaps not all that surprisingly, each of the four counties from the Leinster and Munster finals ultimately made it through to an All-Ireland semi-final.
John McIntyre has served as Galway senior hurling manager for three years and he will consult with key Galway hurling board officials before coming to a decision on his future.