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Gort are the county senior hurling champions for the first time in 28 years after a magnificent victory over All-Ireland champions Clarinbridge on Sunday afternoon in Pearse Stadium.
Clarinbridge qualified for a second consecutive county final last Saturday when they saw off Craughwell comfortably enough in Duggan Park on a score-line of 0-18 to 0-13.
The re-fixture for last Sunday’s abandoned county hurling semi-final between Clarinbridge and Craughwell takes place this Saturday in Duggan Park at 2.30pm.
The finalists for the 2011 county senior hurling final are expected to be known by 5pm this Sunday afternoon, barring any draws.
All-Ireland champions Clarinbridge had to dig really deep last weekend to come from three points down against Mullagh to set up another chance to defend their titles this Sunday at 3.30pm in Athenry.
All O'loughlin Gaels players, management, members and supporters had to suffer the heartbreak of losing the Club All Ireland hurling final last Thursday, St Patrick's Day. The Parish of St Johns, including Dunmore and Johnswell was a virtual ghost town as all its inhabitants made their way to Croke Park.
1min It’s a point for O’Loughlin Gaels from Mark Bergin.
Clarinbridge’s top scorer Mark Kerins Ieft) made a significant contribution to his side’s victory, scoring 1-7 in the St Patrick’s Day decider. His goal turned the game in the Galway side’s favour and there was no looking back.
O'Loughlin Gaels quest to bag their first AIB All-Ireland Club SHC title ended in tatters as Clarinbridge staged a powerful second half display at Croke Park yesterday.