All-Ireland Hurling Finals 2017

Senior Hurling Championship Quarter-Finals

Saturday at Kenny Park Athenry
Sarsfields v Cappataggle 2.00pm
Gort v Killimordaly 3.30pm

Sunday at Kenny Park Athenry
Clarinbridge v Liam Mellows 2.00pm
Craughwell v Portumna 3.30pm

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Galway hurler Gearoid McInerney with his PwC GAA/GPA Player of the Month award for September in hurling, during a reception at PwC Offices, in Spencer Dock, Dublin. Photo by Brendan Moran/Sportsfile

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Marie Coady, Tax Partner, PwC, Paraic Duffy, GAA Director General, left, and Dermot Earley GPA Chief Executive, right, are pictured with Galway hurler Conor Cooney at the announcement of July and August’s PwC GAA/GPA Player of the Month Awards at a reception in PwC Offices, Dublin. Photo by Sam Barnes/Sportsfile

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Congratulations to well known Raidió na Gaeltachta Journalist Martán Ó Ciardha with his GWA Lifetime Achievement Award at the Gaelic Writers Association Awards 2017 in the Jackson Court Hotel. Photo by Piaras Ó Mídheach/Sportsfile

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Tadhg Haran, who won a Leinster SHC medal with Galway in 2012, claimed the All-Ireland M Donnelly Poc Fada title.

Haran, a hurler with Liam Mellows Corribside, also played in the Galway SFC Final for Salthill-Knocknacarra against Corofin.

On a dramatic day on Annaverna Mountain with Laois' Eoin Reilly and Limerick's John Chawke also in the hunt.

Kilkenny goalkeeper Eoin Murphy, Clare's James McInerney and Brendan Cummins were also in the reckoning.

Galway's Susan Earner won the Camogie competition with Clare's Aine O'Loughlin second and Cork's Aoife Murray third.

In the Under 16 boys event Offaly's Cathal Kiely triumphed for the second year in a row, while Cork's Molly Lynch won the Under 16 Camogie event

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