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Salthill Knocknacarra GAA club has launched its annual John Joyce Memorial Sevens Gaelic football tournament to be held at the Prairie, Árus Bóthar na Trá, on St Stephen's Day.This is the 17th consecutive running of the tournament held each year in honour of the former Salthill Knocknacarra and Galway football star, who passed away on December 14, aged 29.
Hurling Fixtures: Friday 5 June: Senior Hurling Championship, At Duggan Park , Clarinbridge v Kiltormer, 8pm Ref: G Donoghue. Intermediate Hurling Championship, At Kenny Park, Craughwell v Moycullen, 7.30pm Ref: R McNicholas. Junior A Hurling Championship, At Turloughmore, Athenry v Sylane, 7.30pm Ref: A Mooney; At Carnmore, Bearna-Na Forbacha v Sarsfields, 7.30pm Ref: L Fay. Junior B Hurling Championship, At Castledaly, Menlo Emmetts v Meelick-Eyrecourt, 7.30pm, Ref: K Egan;At Ballymacward, Abbeyknockmoy v Killimordaly, 7.30pm Ref: S Moran; At Killimordaly, Mountbellew/Moylough v Kinvara, 7.30pm Ref: J Lundon. Junior C Hurling Championship, At Kilnadeema, Kilnadeema-Leitrim v Ardrahan, 7pm Ref: J Larkin; At An Spideal, An Spidéal v Pádraig Pearses, 8pm, Ref: C Quinlan.
he draws for the Senior and Intermediate Championship 2015, sponsored by Claregalway Hotel and Bons Secours Hospital Galway respectively, were made at the Radio Na Gaeltachta studios this week.
The biggest defeat I can remember suffering in senior club football was in 1990 when Salthill-Knocknacarra hammered Corofin in the county final by 14 points.
Thursday 04 Sep
Salthill-Knocknacarra qualified for an exciting county senior football quarter-final against Milltown in the next round of the Galway club championship when they proved too strong for Micheal Breathnachs last Sunday evening in a rain-drenched Moycullen.