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“Where were you on February 8th?” I was in the Oranmore Lodge that night, along with 160 other people from the Parish. If you weren’t there, then you missed a great night. It was of course the Carnmore Hurling Club social. Fr Noel and Fr Tommy were there. John McIntyre and Tony Mannion and their… Read more »

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In the first AGM to be held in our newly completed function room on Thursday February 12 last, outgoing chairman Mick Higgins reviewed a very active year in which the new dressing rooms and Club centre were completed, the Junior 2’s won two cups and the Intermediate Team was relegated. He paid a special tribute… Read more »

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Athenry 2–6 Carnmore 1–6 A big Carnmore support turned up to Athenry on the first Sunday in December to support their local heroes. A bitterly cold breeze and wintery showers plus a very heavy pitch prevented a classic. Carnmore got off to a brilliant start with an early goal but Athenry slowly clawed their way… Read more »

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Claregalway U15 and U13 footballers brought down the curtain on the football season by contesting bothof the City League ‘A’ finals after qualifying through a series of Group games and play-offs. In September, the U16 team reached the final of the County League and lost to Corofin in a close game. In the course of… Read more »

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FÉ 15 In a good game Claregalway beat Salthill by 2–10 to 2–5 in the City league at the Prairie. The next game against Mervue at the Leisure Centre ended in a draw and in the last round Claregalway had an easy win over Moycullen at Baile Doite. The league table for Group 1 is… Read more »

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FÉ 16 County League Final Unbeaten in the Co. League against Annaghdown, Barna, Salthill, Ml. Breathnach, An Ceathrú Rua and Dunmore McHales, Corofin proved to be the stumbling block in our attempt to retain the County title which we won in 1995. They beat us in the 1996 final by 1–8 to 1–3 at Annaghdown… Read more »

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After a good win over Caherlistrane in the championships, Claregalway lost the quarter-final to Annaghdown in Cregg on Wednesday July 17th. After being the sharper side in the first half and leading at half-time by 2 points, they were unable to match Annaghdown in the second half. It was a good effort at the ‘A’… Read more »

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It was ‘full house’ on the bus to McHale Park as nearly 50 juvenile players travelled to see Mayo and Galway in the final. Bus transport was also arranged for the big games against Sligo and Leitrim in Tuam Stadium.

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Coaching sessions and practice matches are held at the Leisure Centre on Sundays, 11am to 12.30pm. Parents and newcomers to the area are welcome to come and join us. A Foundation Coaching Course (8 hrs.) was held at the Leisure Centre in April. These skills courses are for adults who are supervising juvenile players. As… Read more »

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This is the sixth year that the Campaí Samhraidh have been run in the area. As usual, Campaí were held in Lackagh and Carnmore and for the first time ever, in Claregalway. Children came from as far as Mountbellew, Abbeyknockmoy, Galway City and Castlegar as well as the immediate areas of Claregalway, Carnmore, Lackagh and… Read more »