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CASTLEFETH so u were in carlow u say supporting st pats at the weekend , you must have been the only 1 there cos they were in laois playing, and lost out by 4 points. think b4 u print

noboots (Sligo) - Posts: 91 - 12/10/2011 12:55:08    1050768


We were staying in Carlow town .. Do you want a match report .. Yes we lost by 4 and were 2 up at half time ...

castlefeth (Sligo) - Posts: 79 - 12/10/2011 19:31:01    1051068


Well done to Calry on winning senior county championship. Just rewards for Keith Raymond as county's most talented hurler.
Hard luck to Tubber on losing this one it would have been a great achievement for Paul Seevers to be at the centre of a championship winning team at his age.
I agree game did not flow with whistle going alot but slippy ground conditions, wet weather and tight marking tactics set out by both teams was never going to be a classic game. Ref could have let some minor stuff go but its his job to enforce rules not entertain us!

Ned_Kelly (Sligo) - Posts: 13 - 13/10/2011 17:55:02    1051544


are calry/st josephs a one man team (keith raymond) or where do ye sligo lads see their strenghths and weaknesses? someone said tubbercurry were the favourites, do they realistically have any chance against the galway reps in the connacht club??

galwegianboy (Galway) - Posts: 2 - 26/10/2011 12:37:57    1058804


Im pretty sure they defeated the Galway champs a couple of years ago to win the Connacht final

irishstew (Sligo) - Posts: 172 - 27/10/2011 17:16:17    1059621


Well done Calry in reaching another Connacht hurling Final,hope u can keep the momentum going and beat Ballygar next sunday.

Medoc Haut (None) - Posts: 27 - 31/10/2011 18:20:24    1061089


There's potential there tho

Blue112 (Westmeath) - Posts: 24 - 26/11/2011 21:48:33    1076163


Best of luck to Declan Loughnane and his selectors with the senior hurling panel in 2012.

Ned_Kelly (Sligo) - Posts: 13 - 20/12/2011 12:18:25    1086307


hi folks, i am recently moved to sligo and was looking to hook up with a hurling club as it will be too far for me to travel back to my home club, i hear naomh eoin is the best club for an outsider to go to, is this correct? anyone have any idea who i could contact there?

many thanks,

inandout (Sligo) - Posts: 6 - 29/12/2011 14:14:15    1087708