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BY CLLR NIALL MURPHY, Green Party
Two Siobhán McGrath goals were not enough for Galway to overcome Cork who reached their fifth straight national final and a third Glen Dimplex All-Ireland senior camogie championship semi-final by 0-15 to 2-6.
Kilkenny 4-21 Galway 2-26
The Leaving Certificate, also known as Gaeilge as the Árd Teist, was first established in this country in 1924 and the first papers were marked in 1925. It is the final examination in the secondary school system and also serves as the university matriculation exam. There was a time when these two were separate exams. It is for the senior school cycle, most of the participants are 16 to 19 years old, although an increasing number of mature student now sit the tests.
The Galway senior hurlers took another step towards a Leinster final appearance with an all too comfortable win over Antrim in Pearse Stadium on Sunday.
The Galway senior hurlers recorded an extremely facile win over a depleted Westmeath side on Saturday in Mullingar, with a first-half Conor Whelan hat-trick among the highlights of a 6-33 to 0-17 victory.
Another road trip awaits the Galway senior hurlers this weekend when they travel to Mullingar to take on Westmeath on Saturday evening with an unbeaten record still intact after last weekend’s contest with Kilkenny, which finished 1-24 to 0-27.
The Galway Minor Camogie team suffered its second defeat in a row in the Electric Ireland Minor A Championship when losing to Cork on Saturday by 2-17 to 2-10 in the Cork Camogie Grounds.