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Two early goals stun Mullagh

Loughrea advanced to the penultimate stage of the senior hurling championship after defeating Mullagh in their quarter-final reply at Kenny Park on Sunday by 2-10 to 0-13.

County hurling quarter-finals on this weekend

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.

Hot favourites Portumna take on newcomers

This weekend’s senior hurling championship action commences on Friday evening at 7.15pm in Ballinasloe with hot favourites for the county cup, Portumna taking on last year’s Intermediate champions Padraig Pearses.

Champs Clarinbridge make a winning start

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Clarinbridge’s new management team of Johnny Lee, Monty Kerins and Martin Kennedy will have been pleased to get their 2011 championship off to a winning start last weekend when they defeated Sarsfields by 2-14 to 0-13.

Cashel well beaten by Mullagh

Mullagh had an impressive 1-17 to 1-8 win over Castlegar in Loughrea on Saturday. Cashel had won their first two games, but they can have no complaints with this result as they played second fiddle to the Mullagh men in the final quarter of the game as the East Galway men hit 1-06 on the trot.

Beagh next up for Portumna

Portumna did not take long to get back into the winning groove in the county hurling championship last weekend when they defeated Clarinbridge by 0-18 to 0-10.

Walsh Cup winners open league campaign in Kilmallock

The Galway hurlers will open their 2010 National Hurling League campaign on Sunday away to Limerick in Kilmallock at 2.30pm.

Portumna power past Castlebar

County champions Portumna will face Gort in this year’s Stone Crushing & Recycling Senior Hurling Championship semi-final.

Fractious semi-final goes Loughrea’s way

A tight and tempestuous Galway Senior Hurling Championship semi-final concluded in dramatic circumstances as teenager Neil Keary nudged over a last-gasp free to guide Loughrea into another decider with Portumna.

 

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