A big week ahead as we resume our Senior Football Championship when we face reigning two time County Champions Adare this Friday at the Bog Garden.
Glin GAA Club would like to thank all the parents, coaches and children who helped out and took part in our Underage Academy project over the past 5 weeks.
West Minor A Football Championship Round 4
The 2019 County Senior Football Championship recommences this Thursday evening when we make the short journey to Newcastlewest to take on Drom/Broadford.
Patrickswell extended their winning start to the City Championship with a hard-fought win over Na Piarsaigh.
The jackpot is now at €8600
Cappamore unfortunately were on the losing side against a stronger side on the night.
"I'm not going to talk about injuries, sorry."
The Galbally Senior Footballers will return to championship action on this Thursday night 25th July at 7.15pm against Newcastlewest in Kilmallock
The jackpot is now €1,600 and the draw takes place at the clubhouse Monday July 22nd at 9:15pm.
One of the most important pillars in the history of St Patrick's GAA club passed away last week
Once again our attention today was the Super 8's and another trip to Croke Park.
Kilkenny were irresistible as they confirmed their place in the Liberty Insurance All-Ireland Senior Camogie Semi-Finals on August 17th with a 4-23 to 1-13 triumph over Limerick at the John Lockes grounds in Callan.
Camogie has always been important to Caoimhe Costelloe.
ONE of the favourites for the TG4 All-Ireland Senior title, Cork, enter the race on another bumper championship weekend.
Limerick have received a boost ahead of their All-Ireland SHC semi-final against Kilkenny as defender Richie McCarthy has returned to full training.
Ticket sales for the All-Ireland SHC semi-final between Limerick and Kilkenny are reported to be slow in the defending champion's county.
Here are our latest hurling rankings.
A huge congratulations to Eileen & John O'Brien of Pallaskenry who, this week, won the lotto jackpot of €17,300 in the Seven Sisters!
Our poor start to the Junior A Hurling Championship continued unfortunately, with a heavy defeat to the hands of our near neighbours, Croagh Kilfinny, in Askeaton last Monday evening.
The Bog Garden, Rathkeale was the venue on Monday evening last for the 2019 County Senior Football League final against our near neighbours and fiercest of rivals Newcastlewest.
This was a game of two halves with Glenroe leading by 3-4 to 0-10 and then in the second half we scored 0-11 to Glenroe 1-2 to leave three points between the sides at end of the game.
Our next round of Championship action is fast approaching.
Dublin, Tyrone, Donegal and Kerry came out on top in the first phase of Super 8 games…
Kilkenny and Tipperary advanced to the last four of this year's Liam MacCarthy Cup competition…
Patrickswell edged out Adare in a high-scoring All County Hurling League encounter
The Galbally Senior Footballers faced Galtee Gaels in the County League on Wednesday night last winning by 2-19 to 1-5.
The jackpot is now €1,500 and the draw takes place at the clubhouse Monday July 15th at 9pm.
Did you know that England's Cricket World Cup winning captain was a ball boy for Dublin's 1995 All-Ireland winners...
"Our fellas worked like dogs out there. That was probably where the game was won, in the first half."
Croke Park, Killarney and Ballybofey were the venues for today's games.
Galway have one foot in the knockout stages of the Liberty Insurance All-Ireland Senior Camogie Championship as a result of their 2-12 to 1-10 triumph over Limerick at Kenny Park.
The pairings for this year's All-Ireland SHC semi-finals have been confirmed following Kilkenny and Tipperary's quarter-final victories over Cork and Laois respectively this afternoon.
The Irish Masters (Over 40) squad to face their Australian counterparts in next Saturday's International Rules test in Denn, Co. Cavan has been named.
Junior B West Hurling Championship
LET battle commence! With the provincial silverware handed out, thoughts now turn to the TG4 All-Ireland series, with Round 1 fixtures down for decision on Saturday and Sunday.
Limerick forward Aaron Gillane is adamant that they are fully focused on the All-Ireland SHC semi-final, regardless of who they may face.
For the first time ever, Limerick GAA will be represented in the city's Pride parade.