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Galway Garda’s quest for a third successive All Ireland Senior Interfirms Football Championship title is on track after a hard-earned semi-final victory over Mountjoy Prison Officers in Tuam Stadium.
The Galway senior camogie ladies edged out Cork by 0-10 to 0-9 in Sunday’s All Ireland Senior Camogie semi-final replay in Semple Stadium to shatter Cork’s dreams of winning a coveted three in-a-row.
Tipperary's emphatic semi-final victory over Waterford last Sunday guarantees us another mouth-watering All-Ireland final. Hurling fans worldwide will be looking forward to September 5 for Kilkenny v Tipp Part II. During the noughties it was Kilkenny and Cork who went head to head on a couple of occasions. The Cats are still going strong but the Rebels have passed the baton onto the Premier county. This is the first back to back final between these two counties. When you talk of sporting rivalries they simply don't come any greater than Kilkenny and Tipp. The colour, excitement and raw emotion of last year’s decider is a testament to this.
How refreshing it was to finally see a good honest championship match. The games to date in this year’s campaign have been either one sided affairs or ones of poor quality. So with the World Cup just about to get underway the GAA got a great boost when Waterford and Clare did battle in Thurles last Monday.
Kieran Fitzgerald’s three points from play were crucial in Corofin’s narrow win over Killererin in a poor game. The county defender had a fine game and his industry and work rate were notable features in the contest.