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Inagh/Kilnamona remain unbeaten following Whitegate draw

*Inagh/Kilnamona’s Conner Hegarty in full flight. Photograph: Gerard O’Neill Desperately unlucky to lose by the minimum margin to Clonlara last time out, Whitegate followed up on that performance when sharing the spoils with an Inagh/Kilnamona outfit that went into this final group game in the senior hurling championship carrying the favourites tag.

Underdogs Whitegate determined to put a spanner in the works

*Brendan Bugler’s experience will be a vital asset to Whitegate once again. Photograph: Gerard O’Neill If being drawn in the Group of Death wasn’t arduous enough, being allocated a bye in the opening round and having to watch the remainder of the 16 competing teams from the sidelines would have been exceedingly frustrating for the …

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Whitegate delighted to be back hurling

“The reality of the situation is so fluid that one can only look at the first game. We are delighted to be back hurling. Nobody knows what way things will be in a month’s time. We are all delighted there is hurling, as the community revolves around the GAA club”.

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