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The Galway senior county hurling final takes place this Sunday in Pearse Stadium (2.45pm) with perennial favourites Portumna taking on one of the most consistent sides in the county over the past decade, Loughrea.
The amount allocated for energy efficiency works in the county has been slashed in this year’s housing capital programme for the county, with funding cut from €400,00 to €190,000. According to Padraic Flanagan, senior executive officer with Mayo County Council, at a Housing SPC meeting on Thursday, the scheme in mind for completion this year with this funding is 20 units in Springfield, Bangor Erris. Initial survey work and electrical inspections on these units have already been carried out and Mr Flanagan said that more than likely basic work will be carried out on these houses, unlike the extensive work which was completed in houses in Newport, Castlebar, and Ballycastle under this programme last year.
All-Ireland champions Clarinbridge had to dig really deep last weekend to come from three points down against Mullagh to set up another chance to defend their titles this Sunday at 3.30pm in Athenry.
Portumna and Loughrea renew acquaintances in the replay of the county senior semi-final. on Saturday at 4pm in Kenny park.
Killererin v Moycullen
Kilkenny intermediate ladies bowed out of the TG4 Leinster championship when they were defeated by neighbours Wexford in last Sunday’s semi final at Taghmon.