Nelson’s DiBella gets Salmon Arm call

first_imgBy The Nelson Daily SportsNelson Minor Hockey grad Adam DiBella earned a trip to the B.C. Hockey League during the weekend, helping the Salmon Arm Silverback edge the Centennials 5-4 in double overtime Saturday in Merritt.David Killip scored 40 seconds in the second extra frame to give the Interior Conference leaders the narrow victory. Against the Centennials, DiBella recorded no points but had two minutes in penalties.DiBella, a 6’1”, 200-pound defenceman, is currently patrolling the blueline for the Revelstoke Grizzlies of the Kootenay International Junior Hockey League.The 17-year-old DiBella is in his first season in the Junior B League.DiBella is expected to remain with the Silverbacks as the Interior Division leader makes a four-game road swing into the Coastal Conference.Salmon Arm plays Nanaimo Wednesday, Cowichan Valley Friday and Alberni Valley Saturday before concluding the trip Sunday in Victoria.In eight games this season with the Grizzlies, DiBella has one assist to go with 29 minutes of penalties.Revelstoke, the defending league champ, leads the Shuswap Division of the KIJHL with a 10-1 record.sports@thenelsondaily.comlast_img read more

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Connacht Release Squad Update Ahead of Glasgow

first_imgAhead of Saturday’s Guinness PRO12 opener with Glasgow Warriors at the Sportsground, the Connacht Rugby medical team provided the following update.Props:Following a shoulder injury sustained with Nottingham Rugby last season, new Connacht signing Conor Carey has returned to full training and is due to be available for selection next weekAcademy prop Conan O’Donnell is nearing a return as he continues to rehab from the foot injury that kept him out of the World Rugby U20’s Championship during the summer.Nathan White is continuing his recovery from a head injury arising from concussion sustained last seasonLocks:Quinn Roux (hip) and Andrew Browne (thigh) are undergoing rehab with the medical and fitness team for their injuries sustained in pre-season. They remain unavailable for selection for 2-3 weeks.Ben Marshall is continuing his recovery from a head injury arising from concussion sustained last seasonAcademy locks Cian Romaine, Peter Claffey and Cillian Gallagher are all unavailable to the senior coaching team due to respective injuriesBack Row:Jake Heenan (hand) and Sean O’Brien (ankle) are both undergoing rehab with the medical and fitness team for their injuries sustained in pre-season. Both players are due to return in early OctoberEoghan Masterson (knee) is continuing his recovery from last season’s knee surgery and is due to return in December 2016.Scrumhalf: Darragh Leader (hand) has undergone surgery on his hand injury and will return in February 2017. print WhatsApp Facebook Twitter Emailcenter_img John Cooney (shoulder) is nearing a return to partial training with the squad as he returns from the injury he sustained in the Pro 12 Final.Outhalf:Craig Ronaldson (thigh) is progressing well as he recovers from his pre-season injury and is due to return in late September/early October.Marnitz Boshoff will arrive in Ireland in November following the completion of the Currie Cup competition.Back Three:last_img read more

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Two Galway Tribesmen named in Irish Rugby League Squad

first_imgThe Ireland squad is comprised entirely of home-based and amateur players and those who impress could join their professional colleagues flying in from the UK and Southern Hemisphere for the crucial World Cup qualifiers against Spain and Russia.The new selection policy direction introduced last week has been wholeheartedly welcomed by rugby league fans at home and praised for its bravery by international pundits. The new policy means that more than 40% of the players in the 19-man World Cup squad will have played for rugby league clubs in Ireland.Carl De Chenu, Ireland’s domestic squad coach, said: “We’re very much looking forward to welcoming Malta to Ireland at the weekend. We played over there last year and came away with a narrow win after a very competitive an- physical game.“Malta have a mixture of domestic and foreign based players, some of which are playing professionally in Australia and England. This provides us with the opportunity to continue testing ourselves against quality opposition and to gauge the development of our home-grown rugby league players.“The new selection policy really gives these players something tangible to aim for. They know there is now a clear pathway to playing in the World Cup.“We had a good win against Italy last time out. We want to keep that momentum going and progress as a squad in preparation for the World Cup qualifiers.”Ireland defeated Italy 60-26 in Brescia last month but Malta are expected to provide a sterner test.Malta head coach Chris Parker said: “Ireland are doing great things domestically. The game is really progressing over there.”Malta fullback Andrew Muscat is looking forward to a rematch with Ireland. He said: “Last time out in Malta was a fantastic match. The Irish were really physical and enthusiastic and it’s something we are going to have to match if we want to come away with a result”.Dynamic backrower Blake Phillips said: “It’s always an honour to pull on the Malta shirt for these games. The players always seem to raise their game when they wear the red and white of Malta”Ireland will play matches against Malta (October 8th) and Jamaica (October 16th) at the Carlisle Grounds in Bray, Co Wicklow, before the World Cup qualifiers against Spain (October 22nd) in Valencia, and Russia (October 29th) in Bray. The Rugby League World Cup takes place in Australia, New Zealand and Papua New Guinea next autumn. Rugby League Ireland’s ground-breaking decision to introduce a new selection policy that a minimum of eight domestic players be included in Ireland international squads has turned this match against Malta into a final trial match. Ireland squad to face Malta (kick-off 5pm): Rob Armstrong (Cork Bulls), Adam Boyce (Belfast Met Scholars), Sam Boyd (Belfast Met Scholars), Onisi Burekama (Ballynahinch Rabbitohs), Matt Cahoon (Belfast Met Scholars), Adam Doherty (Portadown Pumas), Casey Dunne (Captain, Longhorns RL), Gareth Gill (Ballynahinch Rabbitohs), Chris Hall (Belfast Met Scholars), Jordan Hylton (Selected through domestic trials) & (Cardiff Metropolitan University), Paddy James (Ballynahinch Rabbitohs), James Kelly (Dublin City Exiles), Wayne Kerr (Longhorns RL), Conor Mackey (Galway Tribesmen), Matt McKelvey (Belfast Met Scholars), Alan McMahon (Galway Tribesmen), Connor Phillips (Ballynahinch Rabbitohs), John Purdy (Portadown Pumas), Mikey Russell (Dublin City Exiles).print WhatsApp Facebook Twitter Emailcenter_img Ireland’s leading home-based players will have a final chance to stake their claim for a place in the squad for this month’s Rugby League World Cup qualifiers when they face Malta at the Carlisle Grounds in Bray this Saturday.last_img read more

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Galway GAA Results

first_imgSalthill Hotel Senior A Hurling Championship – Group 2Padraig Pearses 2-13 Portumna 1-16Sarsfields 1-17 Gort 0-15 Salthill Hotel Senior A Hurling Championship – Group 1Craughwell 2-14 Loughrea 0-15Liam Mellows 1-22 Tommy Larkins 3-12Cappataggle 0-16 Mullagh 0-16 Salthill Hotel Senior B Hurling Championship – Group 1Castlegar 0-15 Clarinbridge 0-12Ardrahan 0-16 Tynagh/Abbey-Duniry 1-12Salthill Hotel Senior B Hurling Championship – Group 2Kilnadeema-Leitrim 0-16 Abbeyknockmoy 0-15Ahascragh/Fohenagh 2-15 Killimordaly 0-11WERS Waste U14 Football Division 1 NorthCorofin 10-9 Dunmore MacHales 1-8Monivea-Abbey 3-7 Athenry 0-7WERS Waste U14 Football Division 1 WestBarna 7-7 Carna-Caiseal/Na Piarsaigh 7-6St. James 4-21 St Michael’s 0-4Salthill-Knocknacarra 5-12 Oranmore-Maree 3-7WERS Waste U14 Football Division 2 NorthSt. Gabriels 6-11 Glenamaddy/Glinsk 0-7Tuam Stars 2-14 Caherlistrane 2-7WERS Waste U14 Football Division 2 WestMichael Breathnach 7-15 An Cheathru Rua 0-6An Spideal 2-12 Killanin 3-9WERS Waste U14 Football Division 3Kilkerrin-Clonberne 10-11 Corofin 1-4WERS Waste U14 Football Division 4Kinvara 4-10 Barna 0-5St Brendan’s 4-12 An Fhairche – Clonbur 1-4McGettigans Bar Intermediate Hurling Championship – Group 1Kilconieron 3-16 Kiltormer 0-9Oranmore-Maree 0-18 Kinvara 0-11Meelick-Eyrecourt 1-14 Castlegar 1-12Ocean Hygiene Supplies & Packaging U14 C1 Hurling ChampionshipSarsfields 7-14 Clifden 0-0Skehana 7-10 Clifden 2-0Cahill Cup Williamstown 0-16 An Fhairche – Clonbur 1-7print WhatsApp Facebook Twitter Emaillast_img read more

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Galway LGFA Announce Junior A, B And C Dream Teams

first_imgJunior B Dream Team 2017Gwen Horkan ClaregalwayAoife Philips ClaregalwayShauna Flaherty ClaregalwayAnna Lisa Rabbitte Kilkerrin/ClonberneCharlene Trill ClaregalwayIsobell Flynn St FurseysMargaret Newell St FurseysShauna Molloy St FurseysMary Dunphy ClaregalwayAoife Molloy St FurseysCatriona Moran ClaregalwayHannagh Noone Kilkerrin/ClonberneLaura Carroll Salthill/KnocknacarraSiofra Leonard ClaregalwaySinead Donovan Claregalway Congratulations to all the girls.  They will be presented with their awards at our Annual Social on January 19th 2018 in the Claregalway Hotel. Junior C Dream Team 20171. Laura Hession St Gabriel’s2. Fiona Whelan Naomh Mhuire3. Aisling Brannelly Ballinasloe4. Niamh Donnellan St Gabriel’s5. Kelsey Forde Annaghdown6. Grace Finnerty St Gabriel’s7. Caitriona Horan Naomh Mhuire8. Pearl Finnerty St Gabriel’s9. Emma Reynolds St Gabriel’s10. Aisling Donnellan St Gabriel’s11.Caitriona Cormican St Gabriel’s12. Orla Geoghegan Naomh Mhuire13. Callie Crowe Annaghdown14. Niamh Hanniffy Naomh Mhuire15. Caoimhe Esselmont Na Piarsaighprint WhatsApp Facebook Twitter Email Galway LGFA are delighted to announce the recipients of our Dream Team awards in Junior A, Junior B and Junior C for 2017. The player of the year in each division will also be announced on the night.Junior A Dream Team 2017Caoimhe Ni Laoi Naomh Anna Leitir morRachel Connolly Tuam/CortoonClodagh Creavan Tuam/CortoonSaoirse Ni Domhnaill Naomh Anna Leitir morMary Flaherty Tuam/CortoonTina Hogan Naomh Anna Leitir morShauna Finnegan Tuam/CortoonElaine O’Sullivan Mountbellew/MoyloughEmer Flaherty Tuam/CortoonRiona Flaherty Naomh Anna Leitir morShauna Boyle St Mary’sKate Geraghty Tuam/CortoonCaoimhe Moran Tuam/CortoonSarah Lynch Naomh Anna Leitir morMairead Lynch Naomh Anna Leitir morlast_img read more

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Corofin Manager Looks Ahead To Moorefield Challenge

first_imgCorofin will have Liam Silke and Kieran Molloy available for selection with both players missing the Sigerson Cup Final between NUIG and UCD in Santry Avenue. The All-Ireland Club Semi-Final takes place tomorrow in Tullamore between Corofin and Moorefield with the county champions bidding to make the final for the first time since 2015 when they beat Slaughtneil to win the All-Ireland Club title. The All-Ireland Club Final throws in at 2pm in O’Connor Park in Tullamore with the Sigerson Cup Final throwing in at 3.30. Speaking to Kevin Dwyer, Corofin manager Kevin O’Brien said it’s a privileged position to be in.Audio Playerhttps://download-galwaybay.sharp-stream.com/KEVIN%20O’BRIEN%20PRE%20MOOREFIELD.mp300:0000:0000:00Use Up/Down Arrow keys to increase or decrease volume.Throw in is at 2pm and will be LIVE on Galway Bay Fm.print WhatsApp Facebook Twitter Emaillast_img read more

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LGFA and TG4 confirm LIVE Gourmet Food Parlour O’Connor Cup final coverage on YouTube

first_img2018 GFP Ladies HEC O’Connor Cup Weekend FixturesFriday March 9GFP O’Connor Shield – QUB v NUIG – Abbotstown 3G pitch, 7pmGFP Lynch Cup semi-final – UUJ v Garda – Abbotstown 3G pitch, 1.30pmGFP Lynch Cup semi-final – IT Sligo v DIT – Abbotstown 3G pitch, 3.30pmGFP Moynihan Cup semi-final – St Mary’s, Belfast v DKIT – IT Blanchardstown, 1pmGFP Moynihan Cup semi-final – IT Tralee v LYIT – IT Blanchardstown, 3pmGFP Donaghy Cup FINAL – RCSI v DCU6 – IT Blanchardstown, 5pm In attendance at the Gourmet Food Parlour HEC O’Connor Cup Colleges Finals Captains Day are, back row, from left, Caroline Hickey of Mary Immaculate College, Aishling Moloney of DCU, Hannah McSkeane of DCU, Lorraine O’Sullivan, Managing Director of Gourmet Food Parlour, Aine Byrne of Waterford Institute of Technology, Emer Heaney of DIT, Kelly Cunningham of AIT, Niamh McBride of UU, and front row, from left, Rosie Courtney of AIT, Sheila Brady of Sligo Uni, Eva Gilmore of RCSI, Lauren McCaul of DKIT, Nicola Ward of UCD, Trina Duggan of Garda College and Laurie Ryan of UL at the Gourmet Food Parlour in Northwood, Santry, Dublin. Photo by David Fitzgerald/Sportsfile This year marks the 31st anniversary of the Higher Education Committee third-level championships and all six competition finals will take place over the course of three days – beginning on Friday, March 9, and culminating with the GFP O’Connor Cup final on Sunday, March 11. The Ladies Gaelic Football Association is pleased to confirm that the prestigious GFP O’Connor Cup decider will be broadcast LIVE on the Sport TG4 YouTube channel on Sunday afternoon (4pm throw-in).You can watch the game by accessing the following link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xkyZ2b2YMJEThere are two big games down for decision on Friday evening, with IT Blanchardstown hosting the GFP Donaghy Cup final between the Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland (RCSI) and Dublin City University (6) at 5pm.That’s followed by the GFP O’Connor Shield decider between Queens University, Belfast, and NUI Galway at 7pm, a tie that will be played on the Abbotstown 3G pitch.On Saturday, attention turns to the GFP O’Connor Cup semi-finals, as IT Blanchardstown hosts the meeting of Dublin City University, the reigning League champions, and UCD at 1pm, followed by the clash between University of Limerick, the O’Connor Cup holders, and UCC at 3pm.The UL-UCC clash is a repeat of last year’s final, which was won by UL at Elvery’s MacHale Park.The GFP Lynch and Moynihan Cup finals are also down for decision on Saturday.On Sunday, there’s a triple-header pencilled in for Abbotstown, beginning with the GFP Lagan Cup final between UU (Coleraine) and Athlone IT at 12pm.The second game on the agenda is the GFP Giles Cup final at 2pm and that’s followed by the weekend showpiece at 4pm, when the GFP O’Connor Cup champions will be crowned.UL will hope to retain their title but they have a tough semi-final to negotiate against a UCC side managed by Tipperary supremo Shane Ronayne.On the other side of the draw, the ‘Dublin derby’ pits a fancied DCU outfit against UCD.The semi-finals have thrown up the prospect of sisters meeting on Sunday for the ultimate prize.The Galway twins, Nicola and Louise, are in action for UCD and UL respectively, while the Mayo siblings, Grace and Niamh, will line out for UL and DCU respectively over the weekend.In 2016, Nicola and Louise Ward were in opposition when UCD were crowned GFP O’Connor champions for the first time in ten years.Nicola was UCD’s goalscorer on the day as UL were denied a third successive title.Updates from the GFP O’Connor Cup weekend will be available on the LGFA’s various social media channels, using the hashtag #GFPColleges, and also check out the Ladies HEC social media channels. THE scene is set for the 2018 Gourmet Food Parlour O’Connor Cup weekend, which will be hosted by IT Blanchardstown and the GAA Centre of Excellence in Abbotstown. Saturday March 10 GFP O’Connor Cup semi-final – DCU v UCD – IT Blanchardstown, 1pmGFP O’Connor Cup semi-final – UL v UCC – IT Blanchardstown, 3pmGFP Giles Cup semi-final – WIT v AIT – Abbotstown pitch 4, 2.30pmGFP Giles Cup semi-final – MICL v DCU2 – Abbotstown pitch 5, 4.30pmGFP Lynch Cup FINAL – UUJ/Garda v IT Sligo/DIT – IT Blanchardstown, 5pmGFP Moynihan Cup FINAL – St Mary’s/DKIT v ITT/LYIT – Abbotstown 3G pitch, 7pm Sunday March 11 GFP Lagan Cup FINAL – UUC (Coleraine) v AIT2 – Abbotstown 3G pitch, 12pmGFP Giles Cup FINAL – WIT/AIT v MICL/DCU2 – Abbotstown pitch 1, 2pmGFP O’Connor Cup FINAL – DCU/UCD v UL/UCC – Abbotstown pitch 1, 4pmprint WhatsApp Facebook Twitter Emaillast_img read more

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The Walk Re-walked As Tuam Stars Remember 1998

first_imgKevin Dwyer was there and he first spoke to the Galway manager from that famous day, John O’MahoneyAudio Playerhttps://galwayfm.wpengine.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/04/JOHN-OMAHONEY-20-YEARS-TUAM.mp300:0000:0000:00Use Up/Down Arrow keys to increase or decrease volume. Kevin then spoke to Tuam Stars and Galway Legend Ja FallonAudio Playerhttps://download-galwaybay.sharp-stream.com/JA%20FALLON%2020%20YEARS%20TUAM.mp300:0000:0000:00Use Up/Down Arrow keys to increase or decrease volume. Another stalwart of Galway football throughout the years, Tommy Kelly from Loughrea was also fondly remembered by everyone on stage. print WhatsApp Facebook Twitter Email The night started with a fitting tribute to Tommy Varden, who passed away in the last few days, which covered not only what Tommy contributed to Galway football and the ’98 team, but his enthusiasm for life and his ability through his big personality for getting things done. His vision for a better Tuam and a better community can be seen in his last contribution to our club of a defibrillator. A well deserved standing ovation with sustained, heartfelt applause followed Gerry’s words, which then left the scene set for Michael Lyster to take the reins for the night. An outstanding legends night was held in the Ard Ri Hotel in Tuam on Saturday night last as members of the All-Ireland winning team of 98′ joined Micheal Lyster to remember that great September day when Galway beat Kildare to win their first All-Ireland Senior Football Title since 1966. Tuam Stars own Pete Warren as a selector on that famous Galway team, he spoke to KevinAudio Playerhttps://download-galwaybay.sharp-stream.com/PETE%20WARREN%2020%20YEARS%20TUAM.mp300:0000:0000:00Use Up/Down Arrow keys to increase or decrease volume. Finally, Kevin spoke to Gerry Bodkin, Chairman of Tuam Stars who organised the eventAudio Playerhttps://download-galwaybay.sharp-stream.com/GERRY%20BODKIN%2020%20YEARS%20TUAM.mp300:0000:0000:00Use Up/Down Arrow keys to increase or decrease volume. Next up was Galway Star of 1998 and Cortoon Shamrock’s own Derek SavageAudio Playerhttps://download-galwaybay.sharp-stream.com/DEREK%20SAVAGE%2020%20YEARS%20TUAM.mp300:0000:0000:00Use Up/Down Arrow keys to increase or decrease volume.last_img read more

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Connacht LGFA Hold 2018 Awards

first_imgIt was a chance for everyone to look back on whatwas a great year for Ladies Football in Connacht. print WhatsApp Facebook Twitter Email The President of Connacht LGFA Liam McDonagh welcomedeveryone to the awards night and said nights like these were very important torecognise the great year that was had. President of the LGFA Maire Hickey was also present asour special guest and she said it was great to be invited back to Connacht forthe awards and thanked everyone for all their time and work that they put in toladies football.  TheAward Winners Were: Young Player of the Year – Chellene TrillAcknowledgement of Galway’s Sinead Burke on winning an All-StarGalway’s 2018 U16 and U18 All Ireland A ChampionsMayo’s 2018 U14 and 16 All Ireland B ChampionsColaiste Bhaile Chlair on winning Junior B andSenior C All Ireland’sGlenamaddy Community School on winning Senior B AllIrelandConnacht Said thank you to Francie Keane and GerryCarmody for their work with the Connacht PPS teams over a number of years.Connacht said thank you to all the referee’s thattook charge of Connacht Finals in 2018Every year Connacht offer five bursary awards to 3rdlevel students this year the five winners wereSarah Flattery – GalwayDearbhaile Beirne – LeitrimDanielle Caldwell – MayoSinead Farrell – RoscommonLaoise McDonagh – SligoDarren Kelly was acknowledged for his help inpromoting ladies football within Connacht.Ted Maloney from Sligo was acknowledged for all theyears of work with Connacht LGFA.This was also the first year of the Connacht LGFAHall Of Fame and Maire McAleer from Roscommon was announced as the firstinductee. Maire has been involved in ladies footballsince 1974 and is a founder member of the LGFA.And Finally: President of the Connacht LGFA Liam McDonaghpresented National President Marie Hickey with a token of appreciation from ConnachtLGFA. center_img On Saturday night The Connacht LGFA held their 2019 awards night in the Dalton Inn in Claremorris.last_img read more

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Turloughmore Capture Féile Division One Title

first_imgTriumphant Turloughmore romped to retain the JohnWest Féile na nGael Division 1 Hurling title with a comprehensive victory overCork’s Na Piarsaigh in the decider at St Finbarr’s, Togher, Cork on Sunday. The Tribesmen displayed all the qualities of a verywell-drilled outfit and their hurling was of consistently high quality, withÉanna Monaghan bagging a hat-trick of goals.They got off to a great start with an earlystatement of intent, hitting 2-5 without reply.Early points were put on the board by Seán Dugganand Ryan Rabbitte, before Monaghan showed great skills to bury the ball intothe back of the net for the Tribesmen’s first goal.Scores by Duggan and Monaghan followed, beforeTurloughmore got their second goal of the game through a clinical close-rangefinish by Monaghan, after an initial effort had hit the bar.Na Piarsaigh got a point back through Ryan Lyons anda goal from Ross O’Sullivan, coming from a bullet strike from a free.The second period saw Turloughmore doing a veryprofessional job to see out the game.Monaghan completed his hat-trick and put the icingon the cake on a memorable day for Galway hurling.The John West Féile na nGael Under-14 hurling andcamogie finals took place over a hectic weekend of action across Cork andKerry.This is the fourth year that natural protein expertsJohn West have sponsored the underage tournament, which is the biggest of itskind in Europe.Throughout its sponsorship of the Féile, John Westhas focused on encouraging children to participate in Gaelic Games whileemphasising the importance natural protein plays in fuelling a young athlete.The highly-anticipated competition givesup-and-coming GAA stars the chance to play in respective John West Féiletournaments (Divisions 1-9) at a level which suits their age and strengths.160 boys and 96 girls teams from all over Irelandcompete regionally to win a coveted place at the finals weekend.Games were highly competitive with playersshowcasing great skill and determination.All travelling teams were accommodated by hostfamilies, greatly enhancing the community spirit of the event.John West Féile Peile Na nOg takes place this yearacross Galway and Mayo over the weekend of June 28-30.Scorers – Turloughmore: E Monaghan 3-1, S Duggan0-4, R Rabbitte 0-1. Na Piarsaigh: R O’Sullivan 1-0, R Lyons 0-1.Turloughmore: Ciaran Wilde: Jamie Burke, Evan Gill,Tom McNicholas, Evan Forde, Jack Lonergan, Marc Cummins, Owen Morgan, CillianTrayers, Ryan Rabbitte, Éanna Monaghan, Seán Duggan, Ronan Flaherty, RoryCasserly, Cian O’Callaghan, Oisin Fahy, Shane Commins, Daniel Fitzmaurice, LukeWilliams, Matthew Collins, Gary Gill, Cillian Walsh, Aaron Burke, OisinMcGilloway, Aaron Walsh, Ronan Duggan, Owen Long, Harry Kelly, Conor Dooley,Darragh McEntee.Na Piarsaigh: Baruch Dwyer Harrington, Eoin Cronin,Cian Higgins, Jacob Hutchinson, Andrew O’Driscoll, Padraig Hosford, JackO’Sullivan, Sean Paul Cooke, Peter Lehane, Ryan Lyons, Ross O’Sullivan, CharlieCronin, Dylan Phillpott, Alex Lynch, Dylan O’Sullivan, Patrick McGrath,Jonathan McSweeney, Kian Galvin, Adam Heffernan, DJ Coffey.Ref – Ger Scully (Killeagh).print WhatsApp Facebook Twitter Email Turloughmore celebrate their victory in the John West Feile na nGael Hurling Division 1 final at St Finbarr’s Togher, Cork on Sunday after beating Cork’s Na Piarsaigh in the decider. Pic: Jim Coughlan.center_img Turloughmore (Galway) 3-6 Na Piarsaigh (Cork) 1-1last_img read more

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