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The two county senior hurling semi-finals take place this Sunday at Kenny Park in an attractive double header.
1. Gort's greater hunger and desire for victory
This Sunday at Kenny Park (1.30pm) the county senior hurling championship final sees Gort, the 2011 champions, take on Portumna, the 2013 champions, in what promises to be an epic battle to see which club takes home the Tom Callanan Cup for 2014.
Gort did enough on Sunday in Kenny Park to book their place in the 2014 county senior hurling final when they defeated Beagh by eight points, 1-15 to 0-10.
The senior club hurling championship continues this weekend with some high profile games down for decision.
This Sunday in Kenny Park (1pm) current county champions Gort will put their title on the line again when they take on St Thomas in the county semi-final replay.
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.
Galway hurlers got their season off to a positive start with a victory over Laois last Sunday in the Walsh Cup. Two Richie Cummins goals in the opening period of extra-time were enough for Galway to prevail in a real battle with Laois.
What a burst of enterprise it has been for Portumna. Laden with silverware and sweet successes Portumna are club standard bearers. For so long they watched Sarsfields and Athenry dominate, now it is Portumna who are viewed as the most prized scalp in the Galway game. It is one Gort intend to take.