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Congratulations to Maria Griffin, Catherine Fleming, Niall Farrell, Padraic Quinn, David Kenny, Gerard Kirrane, Mary Kelly and Aine Skelly who won the U15 Co. League B. Congratulations to Christopher Keane on reaching the Singles Final in Dublin in the Easter Tournament. Mark Loughlin and Ian Steven also played in the U13 Leinster Open tournament. Both… Read more »

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The Senior Hurlers have shed their winter cloaks and are in serious training for the forth-coming championship under the guidance of their Manager, Johnny Duggan, selectors Johnny Greaney and former senior player Sean Newell. This year, the trainer is no less than Joe Reilly who in 1992 and 1993 guided them to the two County… Read more »

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Sunday 8th May marked a major success for Claregalway Division 3 League Team. They represented Connacht at Division 4 Level (Connacht Teams go down a grade at National Level Competition) in the All Ireland League Finals, in the Galway Lawn Tennis Club. Claregalway played brilliantly to defeat Blackrock from Cork, but were overcome by an… Read more »

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Congratulations to our Division III and Division IV teams for reaching the County League Finals. Our Division III team were successful on the day and go on to contest the Connacht Finals on April 16th. Good luck to all. Team Members: Liam Hyland, Mairead Glynn, Paul Casserly, Fionnuala Glynn, Niall Hartigan, Caroline Mooney, Carmel Joyce. Our… Read more »

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Two local sporting heroes John Forde (Badminton) and John Paul O’Connell (Minor Hurling) were honoured on Friday 21st January at the 35th Co. Galway Sports Stars award banquet in the Ardilaun House Hotel, Galway. John Forde John Forde received the overall award for Racquet Sports and it is great to see John getting local recognition… Read more »

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A large attendance converged at the Carnmore Community Centre recently for the AGM of the Carnmore Hurling Club. Prior to the meeting, a Commemorative Stone erected at the pitch and grounds to honour deceased members was blessed by Canon Noel Mullin and was followed by Mass for all deceased members with special remembrance for the… Read more »

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Results of Fundraising Draw for the promotion of Underage Football 1st Prize £50 Robert Lawlor, Turloughmore 2nd Prize £30 Philip Raftery, Lakeview, Claregalway 3rd Prize £20 The Hennessy Family, Lydican, Oranmore   Football Winners (Sellers of full cards) William Morris, Cregboy Hubert Newell, Lakeview Justin Brennan, Rooaunmore Shane Starken, Gort Cathal Hanley, Carnmore.   Míle buíochas… Read more »

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Our U14 team finished the playing year in style by winning the City League. This gives us a double for 1999, with the U10s already victorious. After a long year (those girls started training 1st Feb. for County Competitions) the girls qualified for the semi-final with victories over Abbeyknockmoy, Salthill, Moycullen and Cois Fharraige. The… Read more »

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The Club is winding down following a busy year of events, both on and off the field. All Competitions are over except for the Junior Sacre Coeur Final which has yet to go ahead against Turloughmore. Renovations have been carried out to the old dressing rooms in conjunction with the FÁS Scheme. A granite stone… Read more »

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U11 Congratulations to Michelle Quinn who was a winner in the Girls Doubles of the Connacht Open Championships held in Galway Lawn Tennis Club on 27th and 28th November. Michelle also reached the semi-final of the Girls Singles. Congratulations are also in order for Emmet Farrell and Joseph Walsh who played in the Boys Singles… Read more »

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Claregalway were the winners of this year’s Coiste Peil na nÓg U14 (B) North football league. After an indifferent start to the league the team improved gradually to qualify for a semi-final meeting with unbeaten Mountbellew. A 3–7 to 2–4 victory saw them through to the final where they proved too strong for Milltown. The… Read more »