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A wonderful two-goal salvo just before half time helped Tynagh-Abbey-Duniry collect their first county minor A title last weekend against Athenry in Pearse Stadium on a score-line of 2-15 to 1-14.
After a full round of group games last weekend the Cooper County Senir Hurling Championship is again in full swing this Saturday and Sunday, with the preliminary quarter-finals down for decision.
The Galway minor hurlers did themselves, their families, their management team, and their clubs proud last Sunday at Croke Park when they produced a tremendous performance to power past a highly-rated Dublin side by1-21 to 1-12.
The Galway minor hurlers head to Croke Park this Sunday to take on Clare in the All-Ireland semi-final at 1.30pm. Mattie Murphy’s charges had a facile win over Antrim in the quarter-final, winning on a score-line of 8-26 to 0-12, and they know that next Sunday will be a giant step up in intensity and standard.
IRISH TRAD musician Seán Moloney will launch his new album, Where’s Me Cap?, with a gig in The Crane Bar on Tuesday at 9pm.
Tommy Larkins in Group A and Tynagh-Abbey Duniry in Group B secured important victories in the weekend’s hurling championship action.
The Galway Senior Hurling Championship semi-finals are on this Sunday in Kenny Park, Athenry, with two mouth-watering clashes down for decision. First up at 2pm is Clarinbridge against Tynagh Abbey Duniry, followed at 3.45pm when Loughrea take on favourites Portumna.
It is usually difficult and can take a few years for most teams to adjust to the step-up from intermediate to senior level in either hurling or football.
Kilkenny were always going to be hugely revved up for revenge after last year’s All-Ireland final defeat to Galway and so it came to pass last Sunday when Galway got a heavy trouncing by the ruthless young Cats.
Mattie Murphy’s Galway minor hurlers face Kilkenny in the eagerly anticipated All-Ireland semi-final on Sunday at 1.30pm in Croke Park.