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Carnmore Hurling Club has joined forces with the Brothers of Charity to host their first fashion show in the Clayton Hotel on Thursday, October 27th. Profits will be split 50/50 on the night—and Carnmore club chairman Noel Grealish was particularly enthusiastic to be a part of the joint venture. “We’re delighted the club picked the Brothers… Read more »

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Carnmore Came Up Big in Relegation Playoff Carnmore defeated Kiltormer in the Relegation Playoff in terrible weather conditions in Kenny Park on Friday July 15th on a score line of 3–9 to 0–12. In what many will consider the most important game of the Senior Championship the consequences of defeat were huge as both sides put… Read more »

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Regional Féile Success for U14 Lads in Limerick Fresh from their historic County Final triumph Carnmore were back in action at the Regional Féile in Limerick. The Regional Féile is a new initiative by the GAA to bring the experience of the Féile Na nGael to more clubs across the country. Carnmore, having finished runner… Read more »

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U14 A County Final Carnmore 3–12 Athenry 1–8 For the Carnmore faithful county final day often carries with it a nervousness, the club’s history is plagued by final day defeats and the feeling that teams didn’t do themselves justice, but yet in the glorious sunshine of Kenny Park Carnmore turned out in droves in the… Read more »

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2016 Family Fun Day On Sunday May 1st Carnmore GAA Club held their Family Fun Day at the Carnmore GAA Grounds. Despite the damp weather conditions a fantastic day was had by all. The day included Tree Planting along our new walkway which circles pitches two and three. For a small free of €5 a tree… Read more »

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In the dying moments of extra time Athenry with the aid of strong breeze took the lead with a long range free which would secure them a third Féile title in as many years. Under the new structure of the Féile teams compete over the course of a weekend. Carnmore began their campaign at home… Read more »

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Jersey Sponsorship Draw Carnmore Hurling Club held their annual Jersey Sponsorship draw in the Arches Bar on Easter Sunday. With excess of 160 entries this was our biggest draw to date. Declan Langan Painting was the name drawn from the drum to be the sponsor on the Carnmore Senior Jersey for the 2016 season. Patrick Killilea,… Read more »

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Seniors Undone Late By Kiltormer SHL RD1 Carnmore 0–11 Kiltormer 2–11 Carnmore kicked off their 2016 campaign with a Senior League game at home to Kiltormer on Sunday last. After weeks of cold, wet and windy weather the dry and fine morning was very welcoming to both sides. This was the first chance for Ronnie Walsh and his management… Read more »

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Tank Runs Dry After Strong Carnmore Performance Senior A Qualifier, Oct 24th, Ballinderreen Carnmore 0–10 Athenry 0–20 Following a hugely improved and encouraging performance in round one of the qualifiers Carnmore faced into their last game of 2015 against Athenry, who they would have to overcome if they were to have any chance of earning… Read more »

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Turloughmore Pull Away In Closing Stages After Strong Carnmore Effort Senior A Qualifier Oct 17th Clarinbridge Carnmore 2–11 Turloughmore 1–23 Moving on from a bitterly disappointing end to the championship, Carnmore now under the management of Declan Walsh, TJ Hynes and Murty Killilea were looking to bounce back in the qualifier phase with Senior A… Read more »

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Intermediate Girls into Semi-Finals After Powerful Display ICC Quarter Final, Turloughmore, Sep 26th Carnmore 0–15 Killtula/Kilimordaly 0–9 Carnmore are quickly earning a reputation as one of the top Camogie clubs in Galway with the dominant displays of their juvenile teams, particularity in this year. On Sunday evening it was the turn of the Intermediate girls… Read more »

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Tank Runs Dry For Seniors In Second Half SHC RD4 Kenny Park Sep 19th Carnmore 1–15 Leitrim/Kilnadeema 1–23 Carnmore emerged from Galway’s annual summer championship hiatus determined to claim their first win in the 2015 campaign against a Kilnadeema side who were also in search of the same prize. As per usual in Galway many… Read more »

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