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All Ireland Senior Hurling Finalists 2018 Senior Football Championship Update after Round 3 and Round 4 fixtures. Corofin lead the group with six points having played three games with city side St James in number two position with four points but they have played a game less than the leadersan Cheathru Rua are the only other team with points in group one having played two games they are on two points in third spot. Claregalway are fourth with no points from two game while Cortoon –Shamrocks have no points from three games. Round 4 Claregalway v Cortoon-Shamrocks in Corofin on Saturday Sept 8th 6.00 and St James V An Cheathru Rua in Pearse Stadium also on Saturday at 6.00. Corofin V St James and An Cheathru Rua v Claregalway in Round 5. Annaghdown are on top with five points and Killannin are in second spot with three points both teams having played three games, Tuam Stars are third with two points KS3 REVISION BOOKLET Year 9 Trinity Catholic High School 2015 two games while Bearna and Salthill-Knocknacarra are on a point each from two games played. Round 4 Tuam Stars v Killannin at 4.00 and Bearna v Salthill-Knocknacarra at 2.15 both games on Sunday Sept 9th in Pearse Stadium. Annaghdown v Bearna and Salthill-Knocknacarra v Tuam Stars in round 5. Mountbellew-Moylough have six points from three games and are followed by Kilconly on two having played two game while Killererin are also on two points but have played three games, Leitir Mór and Caherlistrane share bottom position on a point each but have played only two games. Round 4 Kilconly v Killererin in Tuam Stadium on Saturday Sept 8th t 5.45 and Leitir Mór KS3 REVISION BOOKLET Year 9 Trinity Catholic High School 2015 Caherlistrane in Clonbur at 2.30 on Sunday Sept 9th. Mountbellew –Moylough v Leitir Mór and Caherlistrane v Kilconly in Rd 5. Maigh Cuillin, Milltown and Monivea-Abbey are all on four points and share the lead but Monivea-Abbey have played three games to date while the SAT Online Registration - The College Board have only played two; St Michaels are pointless from two games while Caltra are also pointless from three games played. Round 4 St Michael’s v Caltra play in Tuam Stadium on Sunday Sept 9th and Maigh Cuillin v Milltown in Kenny Park on Saturday next Sept 8t h. Monivea-Abbey v Maigh Cuillin and Milltown v St Michaels in Round 5. Intermediate Championship Update. All teams have played three rounds and the final group stages are this week-end, The Q/Finals are the next stage of the competition. Menlough lead the group on four points from their opening games followed by Oranmore-Maree on three points, Williamstown are in third slot with one points while Glenamaddy are pointless going into the final round and they can not make the quarter finals. Games to play This week-end. Williamstown v Glenamaddy in Tuam Stadium on Saturday and Menlough v Oranmore-Maree in Kenny Park both games at 4.00. Oughterard and An Spideál share the lead in this group with three points while Ml Breathnach are in third position with two pointsSt Brendans are pointless from their opening fixtures are not in contention for a quarter final slot. Games to play: This weekend Sept 8th-9th. Michéal Bréathnach v Oughterard in Pearse Stadium on Saturday at 4.15 and St Brendans v An Spidéal 5 Paragraph Essay On Respect - buycheapworkessay Corofin also on Saturday also at 4.15. Dunmore MacHales have full points from their games and lead the group followed by Clifden with three, Kilkerrin-Clonberne are in third spot with one point while Athenry are pointless and will not compete in the last eight. Games to play: This week-end. Kilkerrin-Clonberne v Athenry in Tuam Stadium and Dunmore MacHales v Clifden in Spiddal both games on Sunday at 2.30. Oileáin Árann are in pole position with four points with Headford and St Gabriels tied in second place with two each while Carna –Caiseal have yet to pick up any points in the group. Games to play: This week-end. Oileáin Árann v St Gabriels at Spiddal and Carna Caiseal v Headford in Clonbur both games on Sunday at 1.00. CLUB HURLING CHAMPIONSHIP Update. Round three of the Senior Championship was played last week-end. County champions Liam Mellows and St Thomas’ are joint leaders with five points with Tommy Larkin’s and Castlegar in joint third position on three each, while Craughwell with two points are nextKilnadeema –Leitrim are pointless at the bottom of the group. Rd 4 fixtures: St Thomas v Liam Mellows, Castlegar v Craughwell, Tommy Larkins v Kiladeema-Leitrim. Gort ,Loughrea and Sarsfields share pole position in this group with Climate Change - Examples points each followed by three teams on two points Portumna, Cappataggle and Mullagh. Rd 4 fixtures: Mullagh v Gort, Portumna v Cappataggle, Sarsfields v Loughrea. Turloughmore who beat Clarinbridge last week top the group with full points from three games,Clarinbridge are second on four points with Killomordaly a point behind., Ballindderreen and Ahascragh-Fohenagh are both on two points each while Beagh are still pointless. This weekend fixtures- Killimordaly v Beagh, Ballindereen v Ahascragh –Fohenagh and Clarinbridge v Turloughmore. Rd 4 fixtures:Turloughmore V Killimordaly, Ahascragh-Fohenagh v Clarinbridge, Beagh v Ballindereen. Tynagh-Abbey-Duniry lead the group with five points are followed by Padraig Pearses on fourArdrahan are next on three while Athenry, Abbeyknockmoy and Moycullen are on two each. Rd 4 fixtures:Ardrahan v Tynagh/Abbey/Duniry.Abbeyknockmoy v AthenryMoycullen v Padraic Pearses. Intermediate Hurling Championship. There are two groups in the Intermediate Group 1 with seven teams and Group 2 with six teams. Intermediate Group 1. In this seven team group Kinvara and Kilconieron are leading with five each from three games with Kiltormer also with three played on four points.Kilbeacanty are on two from two played followed by Annaghdown with three played and Killimor having played a game less on a point each, Castlegar are pointless after two games. R4 4 fixtures: Kilconieron v Annaghdown, Kilbeacanty v Castlegar and Annaghdown v Kinvara. Intermediate Group 2 (all teams have played three games) Oranmore-Maree are table toppers with six points from three games followed by Meelick-Eyrecourt on four and An Spidéal on three, Rahoon-Newcastle and Carnmore have two each and Sylane are in last position with one point. Rd 4 fixtures; Carnmore v Meelick-Eyrecourt, Sylane v Rahoon-Newcastle and Oranmore-Maree v An Spidéa l. PRESENTATION TO GALWAY GAA DRAW WINNER. Michael Burke Treasurer Galway GAA presents Brian Cloonan Dunmore (winner of first prize in the the recent training fund draw) with his cheque for €20.000 with Noel Finnegan pictured right who sold the winning ticket. GALWAY FAIL TO STOP KERRY GAIN FIVE IN A ROW MINOR TITLES. GALWAY MINOR PANEL PRIOR TO ALL-FINAL AGAINST KERRY. Electric Ireland All-Ireland Minor Football Final. KERRY 0-21 GALWAY 1-14. Kerry completed a historic drive for five Electric Ireland All-Ireland Minor Football titles in a row by beating Galway in this afternoon’s Final in Croke Park. They had to show character as well as quality to pull it off, because they were in a deep hole when they trailed by 1-8 to 0-4 after 26 minutes of the first half. Galway had kicked an unanswered 1-7 to roar into that seven-point lead and were playing with great confidence, but a rally just before half-time gave Kerry hope and they were magnificent in the second 30 minutes. Galway’s Ryan Monaghan scored the first point of the match after just 18 seconds, but it was Kerry who looked the better team in the first ten minutes of the match. The two Darragh’s in midfield – Rahilly and Lyne – established an early dominance that ensured a good supply of ball was making its way into the Kingdom forwards. Star-man Paul Walsh was looking lively in the early running too, and one typically classy point from the Brosna teenager helped Kerry into a 0-4 to 0-1 lead by the 10th minute. Bit by bit, though, Galway were starting to find their bearings. Their half-back line of Ryan Monaghan, Tony Gill, and Cathal Sweeny started driving them forward, and midfielders Paul Kelly and Conor Raftery were now the duo dominating the middle third. The previously isolated Galway inside forwards were now being brought into the game, and Eoghan Tinney and Matthew Cooley looked really lively when they got on the ball. The increasingly under pressure Kerry backs were fouling in desperation, and Cooley punished them every time they did. Galway took control by scoring six unanswered points between the 11th and 22nd minutes, and then made an even more emphatic statement by scoring the first goal of the match. Another flowing move led to an opportunity for full-forward Daniel Cox, and when his shot was blocked it rebounded straight into the path of centre-back Gill who finished a fine first-time shot to the back of the net. Kerry looked in serious trouble now trailing by 1-8 to 0-4, but they clawed their way back into the game in the five minutes before half-time by outscoring Galway by 0-4 to 0-1. That meant Galway led at half-time by 1-9 to 0-8, which perhaps wasn’t quite as emphatic a reflection of their first-half dominance as they would have hoped for. Kerry moved Paul O’Shea from centre-forward to midfield for the second-half, and the team captain was the chief inspiration of their second-half comeback. He won a huge amount of ball in the middle third and delivered an array of exquisitely weighted passes into his forwards that brought a whole new dimension to Kerry’s play. They served notice of their renewed intent when Michael Lenihan scored the first point of the second-half, and four more in a row had them 0-13 to 1-9 ahead by the 43rd minute. Galway were given a badly needed boost by the introduction of substitute Tom Culhane who would kicked two brilliant points, and the match entered a new end to end phase with neither team conclusively dominating. Culhane’s second-point after a brilliant solo dummy had the teams level at 1-13 to 0-16 on 56 minutes, but it was Kerry who then came with the finishing kick in the final four minutes of normal time plus six of injury-time. They out-scored Galway by 0-5 to 0-1 in that period, with livewire substitute Ruaidhri Ó Beaglaoích particularly impressive as he kicked his second and third points of the match. It was an emphatic finish from this young Kerry team, who have written their names into the history books in fitting style. Scorers for Kerry: Paul Walsh 0-4 (1f), Killian Falvey 0-4, Darragh Rahilly 0-3, Ruaidhrí Ó Beaglaoích 0-3, Dylan Geaney 0-2, Paul O’Shea 0-2 (1f, 1 ’45), Michael Lenihan 0-1, Dan McCarthy 0-1, Jack O’Connor Emma Goldman - New World Encyclopedia (f) Scorers for Galway: Matthew Cooley 0-5 (4f), Tony Gill 1-0, Tomo Culhane 0-2, Conor Raftery 0-2, Ryan Monaghan 0-1, Liam Judge 0-1, Eoghan Tinney 0-1, Oisin Gormley 0-1, Paul Kelly 0-1. KERRY: Marc Kelliher; Conor Flannery, Owen Fitzgerald, David Mangan; Colm Moriarty, Dan McCarthy, Dan Murphy; Darragh Rahilly, Darragh Lyne; Paul Walsh, Paul O’Shea, Killian Falvey; Dylan Geaney, Patrick D’Arcy, Michael Lenihan. Subs: Ruaidhri Ó Beaglaoích for Patrick D’Arcy (42), Kieran O’Donoghue for David Mangan (54), Jack Kennelly for Michael Lenihan (55), Jack O’Connor for Paul Walsh (63) GALWAY: Donie Halloran; Ethan Walsh, Sean Black, Cian Deane; Ryan Monaghan, Tony Gill, Cathal Sweeney; Paul Kelly, Conor Raftery; Liam Judge, Aidan Halloran, Sean Horkan; Eoghan Tinney, Daniel Cox, Matthew Cooley. Subs: Oisin Gormley for Sean Horkan (39), Tomo Culhane for Daniel Cox (45), Oisin Gormley for Aidan Halloran (47), Conor Halbard for Cathal Sweeney (50), Cian Hernon for Liam Judge (55), Eanna McCormack for Matthew Cooley (64)

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