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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.
Loughrea’s new nightclub Club L officially opens its doors tomorrow night Friday December 17. Situated in the Lough Rea Hotel and Spa, Club L is set to become one of the county’s top night clubs. With the top DJs from the county, province and the country already played there, Club L is on the radar of most clubbers with a growing reputation for a quality night of fun and entertainment.
Loughrea supporters in Pearse Stadium on Sunday were less than impressed with their team’s enervated first-half performance.
Ray Silke asks three different local hurling aficionados who they think will be victorious on Sunday at Pearse Stadium and why.
Loughrea are back in the county final again this year and on Sunday at 2.30pm in Pearse Stadium they take on Clarinbridge in a highly anticipated clash.
Loughrea, powered by the free-taking of young Neil Keary, advanced with a lot more ease than the final scoreline suggests to the 2010 county final where they will face Clarinbridge.
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.
The Galway SHC final, due to take place this weekend between Portumna and Loughrea has been postponed. It remains uncertain whether Mullagh will bring an appeal to a higher authority about their dramatic semi-final loss to Loughrea.
Unsurprisingly the last chapter in this year’s controversial Galway Senior Hurling Championship promises to be lively.