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The Galway Club Hurling Championship has reached the semi-final stage. On Sunday, it’s was supposed to be a double-header in Pearse Stadium. Cappataggle were pencilled in to take on the reigning champions St. Thomas’ but the game is off after a positive covid test. Turloughmore and Loughrea will go ahead.
⚠️SHC Update ⚠️
Tomorrows Galway GAA Senior Hurling Semi Final between Cappataggle and St. Thomas’ has been postponed due to a positive case of Covid-19 affecting a panel member. The game will be re-fixed for a later date.
We wish the player affected a speedy recovery. pic.twitter.com/41MHIC7EBk
— Galway GAA (@Galway_GAA) September 19, 2020
Turloughmore are the favourites to go through against Loughrea. They topped Group 2 with strong performances, regardless of losing a game to Clarinbridge. On the other hand, Loughrea qualified as Group 1 runners up thanks to their points difference. Being underdogs in this game could work in their favour. With nothing to lose, expect them to bring the game to Turloughmore.
Galway Club Hurling Semi-Finals: Cappataggle vs St. Thomas’ (1.30pm), Turloughmore vs Loughrea (4.30pm). Sunday 20th September (Pearse Stadium).
Down to the last 4 in the @Galway_GAA @TheBrooks_Group Sponsored Senior Hurling Championship, Semi Finals take place next Sunday.
⏩Shane Cooney (St. Thomas'), Sean Linnane (Turloughmore), Dara Dolan (Cappataggle) and Johnny Coen (Loughrea)
Who will book their place in the Final? pic.twitter.com/tlxYdmsb0u
— Galway GAA (@Galway_GAA) September 16, 2020