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Feile success for Tuam, Claregalway, Ballygar-Newbridge

Wednesday, 17th April, 2019 11:15am
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Feile success for Tuam, Claregalway, Ballygar-Newbridge

Sean Brandon of Tuam Stars accepts the Tommy Kelly Cup.

Feile success for Tuam, Claregalway, Ballygar-Newbridge

Sean Brandon of Tuam Stars accepts the Tommy Kelly Cup.

A WEEKEND that epitomises all that is good about the GAA came to an end on Sunday in Kenny Park with a superb triple-header featuring the future stars of Gaelic football in the Féile na nÓg U-14 Division 1, 2 and 3 finals.

Six North Galway sides took to the field on a bitterly cold afternoon in Athenry to serve up entertainment of the highest quality for the fine crowd in attendance.

There was agony for some and ecstasy for others and at the end of it all, Claregalway took away the day’s main prize – the Division 1 Niall McGinn Cup – with victory over Corofin, while Tuam Stars defeated age-old rivals Dunmore MacHales in the match of the day to claim the Division 2 Tommy Kelly trophy, and St Brendan’s captured Division 3 honours following their win over Milltown.

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