Monthly Archive

September 2015

Hurling Championship Draws

Draws for County Hurling Championships were made for the Minor A and Junior competations at a recent Hurling Committee meeting and will ahead in coming weeks. County Hurling Championship DrawsMinor (A) Hurling Semi-FinalsClarinbridge v CraughwellTynagh/Abbey/Duniry v Kilnadeema/LeitrimJunior (1) Hurling Semi-FinalsSylane v Salthill/KnocknacarraMichael Beathnach’s v Ballygar Junior (C) Se read more..

AIG Fenway Hurling Classic and Irish Festival at Fenway Park on November 22

City of Boston and Fenway Sports Management Announces the AIG Fenway Hurling Classic and Irish Festival at Fenway Park on November 22 World’s fastest field sport returns to Fenway Park for the first time since 1954 as two of the sport’s biggest teams –Dublin and 2015 All-Ireland Finalist Galway – compete on the pitch at the iconic ballpark Boston, MA (September 15, 2... read more..

Tuam Stadium Fundraiser-€30.000 in Prizes

DEVELOPMENT ADVOCATES for TUAM STADIUM are holding a major fundraising draw to develop facilities at Tuam Stadium, €30,000 in prizes, including first prize a new car. Tickets @ €50 ARE AVAILABLE ONLINE AT TICKET.IE /AT THE DAfTS OUTLET, THE SQUARE, TUAM / / FROM ANY COMMITTEE MEMBER OR THROUGH YOUR LOCAL GAA CLUB SECRETARY.   TUAM STADIUM - HOSTED OVER 200 GAMES LAST YEAR. OVE... read more..

Cork retain Camogie Title at Galway's expense

Cork joined Dublin at the head of Camogie’s Roll of Honour with their 26th All-Ireland crown captured when defeating Galway by 1-13 to 0-9 at Croke ParkThe defining moment of this final arrived on 54 minutes, Briege Corkery pouncing on a poor clearance by Shauna Healy to net the contest’s sole goal.Corkery’s strike opened up a 1-10 to 0-7 advantage for the reigning champions. The... read more..

Galway's challenge fails in second half of All-Ireland Hurling Final.

Kilkenny have won a 36th All-Ireland title after defeating Galway in an absorbing final at Croke Park by 1-22 to 1-18.A dominant second half display saw the Noresiders overturn a three-point deficit to smash Galway’s hopes of lifting the Liam MacCarthy Cup for the first time since 1988.Kilkenny significantly upped the intensity levels in the second half to blow away their opposition, after a... read more..

Galway win tenth Minor Hurling Title with plenty to spare

Evan Niland was imperious for Galway and landed nine points as they lifted the All-Ireland minor title for the tenth time with a six-point 4-13 to 1-16 win over Tipperary at Croke Park. The Clarinbridge clubman was their star with eight frees and their third-quarter burst was the difference in the end. Niland finished the season with a championship haul of 0-31 as Jeffrey Lynskey’s men sta... read more..

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