Turloughmore were crowned county under 14 hurling champions on Sunday (20th May) after snatching a late winning goal against Clarinbridge in Kenny Park.
Owen Kearney got the crucial touch after man of the match Matthew Tarpey sent in a long range 65 in the seventh minute of added time.
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It gave the north Galway team a two-point victory after they trailed throughout thanks to Sean Fox’s first half Clarinbridge goal. But when the final whistle blew, they’d inflicted a second final loss on Clarinbridge in 2018.
Turloughmore are managed by Declan Kearney and chatted to Galway Daily afterwards describing the finish as “unbelieveable.”