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Kilkenny booked their place in this year’s Gala All Ireland semi-finals with an assured display over Tipperary at Nowlan Park on Saturday evening. Ann Downey’s charges have been in fine form to date collecting points against Galway and recording a decisive away victory against champions Cork.
Meanwhile, Galway despite a shaky start to this year’s campaign have settled superbly into their stride scoring a crucial win over Wexford, current league champions, and a win over All Ireland Champions Cork last weekend. The Rebels have suffered two defeats on the trot and are now under pressure to secure a semi-final berth. Meanwhile, the Model County bounced back after their dramatic last minute defeat to Galway to bag a comfortable win against Clare in Wexford Park on Sunday afternoon.

 Girl Power will hit Thomas Davis GAA & Camogie Club, Tallaght on July 24th & 25th as over 400 juvenile players plus mentors from the Leinster region descend on the club for a two-day camogie blitz. æPink Day 2010′ involves twelve u-16 teams from the province battling it out on the field of play and simultaneously raising funds for the Marie Keating Foundation which promotes breast cancer awareness.

For further information on æPink Day 2010′ contact Eve Talbot, Camogie Association on or 085 1128669


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