8 November 2023

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St Thomas, Ballindereen and Ballinasloe in Provincial and All-Ireland Club Action

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St Thomas, Ballindereen and Ballinasloe in Provincial and All-Ireland Club Action

Details of games involving St Thomas, Ballindereen and Ballinasloe in the provincial and All-Ireland Club Championships have been revealed with Ballinasloe playing Easkey from Sligo in the Connacht Junior Hurling Club Final on the weekend of the 18th and 19th of November at the Connacht COE in Bekan.

There is still some confusion regarding the Connacht Intermediate Hurling Championship. Tooreen are due to play the winners of London Champions St Gabriels or Brothers Pearse but that final scheduled for last Sunday was postponed due to a dispute over an ineligible player. If it is not resolved, Tooreen will go straight into the Connacht Final against Ballindereen in Athleague on the weekend of the 25th and 26th of November.

Finally, St Thomas will play the Munster Senior Hurling Champions in the All-Ireland Club Semi-Final on the weekend of the 16th and 17th of December. The Munster Semi-Finals are on the 19th of November starting with Kildangan of Tipperary and Clonlara of Clare at 2pm in Thurles followed by Na Piarsaigh of Limerick and Ballygunner of Waterford at 4pm.



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