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Shane Stapleton and Michael Verney pore over some of the biggest fixtures in this weekend’s exciting club hurling championships

Previews of some huge club hurling championship games this weekend from all across the country. Brought to you in association with Slattery Sullivan Insurances — get 10% off all new business quotes with reference ‘OurGame’ on 067-56705.

Tipperary SHC rd 1
Saturday
Group 1 – Templemore: Drom and Inch v Roscrea, 2.0, K Delaney; Semple Stadium: Kiladangan v JK Brackens, 7.0, K Jordan

Group 3 – Holycross: Thurles Sarsfields v Kilruane MacDonaghs, 3.0, M Kennedy; Semple Stadium: Moycarkey-Borris v Loughmore-Castleiney, 3.0, M Jordan

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Sunday
Group 4 – Nenagh: Toomevara v Borris-Ileigh, 1.0, F Horgan; Dolla: Burgess v Upperchurch-Drombane, 1.0, C Doyle

Group 2 – Éire Óg Annacarty/Donohill v Clonoulty/Rossmore, 3.0, S Delaney; Semple Stadium: Nenagh Éire Óg v Holycross/Ballcahill, 7.0, S Lonergan

Limerick SHC
Thursday
Patrickswell v Adare, Gaelic Grounds 7:30pm

Friday
Section A Group 2 – Na Piarsaigh v Kilmallock, 7.30, J O’Halloran

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Saturday
Section B Group 1– Caherconlish: Monaleen v South Liberties, 7.0, R Jnr Moloney
Group 2 – Bruff: Blackrock v Ballybrown, 7.0, M Sexton

Waterford SHC rd 1 — Austin Gleeson
Saturday
Group A – Fraher Field: Ballygunner v Tallow, 7.30, T Walsh
Group D – Fraher Field: De La Salle v Ballysaggart, 7.0, M O’Brien

Sunday
Group B – Walsh Park: Mount Sion v Clonea, 2.0, A Fitzgerald
Group C – Fraher Field: Dungarvan v Fourmilewater, 6.30, N Barry

Galway SHC
Group 1 – Kenny Park: Loughrea v Tommy Larkins, 7.0, J McDonagh

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Saturday
Group 2 –  Pearse Stadium: Turloughmore v Liam Mellows, 2.0, J Keane
Group 3 –  Pearse Stadium: Castlegar v St Thomas, 6.0, A Kelly

Sunday
Group 3 – Kenny Park: Sarsfields v Portumna, 2.30, S Hynes
Group 2 – Pearse Stadium: Clarinbridge v Oranmore-Maree, 3.30, B Keon
Group 1 – Duggan Park: Tynagh Abbey Duniry v Cappataggle, G O’Connor

Carlow SHC
Friday
Dr Cullen Park: Naomh Eoin v Naomh Moling, 7.30, P Murphy

Saturday
Dr Cullen Park: Ballinkillen v Bagenalstown Gales, 6.45, P O’Dwyer

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Wexford SHC rd 2
Friday
Group A – Bellefield: Cloughbawn v St Martin’s, 7.30, G McGrath
Group D – Wexford Park: Naomh Éanna v Rapparees, 7.30, B O’Leary

Saturday
Group C – Wexford Park: Glynn-Barntown v St Anne’s, 2.0, J Owens
Group B – Wexford Park: St Mogue’s Fethard v Ferns St Aidan’s, 7.0, J Heffernan

Clare SHC rd 1
Friday
Sixmilebridge: Clonlara v Newmarket-on-Fergus
Cusack Park: Inagh-Kilnamona v Clooney Quinn

Saturday
Cusack Park: Broadford v O’Callaghans Mills
Cusack Park: Sixmilebridge v Éire Óg Ennis
Sixmilebridge: Feakle v Whitegate
Cusack Park: Cratloe v Kilmaley
Sixmilebridge: Clarecastle v Wolfe Tones

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Sunday
Cusack Park: Ballyea v Crusheen

Donegal SHC rd 2
Friday
Buncrana: Buncrana v St Eunan’s, 7.30

Saturday
Setanta: Setanta v Burt, 3.30

Mayo SHC rd 1
Saturday
Castlebar Mitchels: Castlebar Mitchels v Tooreen, 7.30
Westport: Westport v Ballyhaunis, 7.30

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Westmeath SHC
Friday
Cusack Park: Brownstown v Fr Dalton’s, 7.30, M Murtagh

Saturday
Cusack Park: Lough Lene Gaels v Castletown Geoghegan, 7.0, B Kelly

Sunday
Coralstown/Kinnegad: St Brigid’s v Cullion, 2.0, A Devine
Cusack Park: Raharney v Clonkill, 7.0, C Flynn

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