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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.
If ever there was a salient argument for playing senior club championship hurling in this county during July and August, it was made on Sunday in a rain-drenched Kenny Park.
The finalists for the 2011 county senior hurling final are expected to be known by 5pm this Sunday afternoon, barring any draws.
Craughwell, 8/15 favourites to beat Carnmore, did so in style last Saturday in Kenny Park on a score-line of 0-19 to 0-11.
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.
The four Cooper Galway Senior Hurling Champinship quarter-finals are down for decision this Saturday and Sunday. There is no extra-time planned in these games and in the event of a draw, replays are to be played on Sunday week, October 16.
They won easily on a score-line of 3-14 to 1-10 against Dublin, and fully deserved the large margin of their victory.
Mattie Murphy has been synonymous with Galway underage success since first becoming involved in inter-county management in 1989.
The Galway minor hurlers did themselves, their families, their management team, and their clubs proud last Sunday at Croke Park when they produced a tremendous performance to power past a highly-rated Dublin side by1-21 to 1-12.
The Galway minor hurlers head to Croke Park this Sunday hoping to continue Galway’s impressive success rate at this grade.