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WAS held in Osborne's Lounge, Clonegal, on Sunday, 13th July.
SEVENTY minutes of the poorest and most embarrassing football matches ever seen in Carlow is what took place in Dr. Cullen Park on Sunday. Clare can go away with a six point win but no manager, no matter how dull and uninventive, could say they were happy with either team's performance.
THE first round of the football leagues are almost upon us in 2013 and the county has almost got its divisions sorted out.
LAST Saturday four Carlow players competed in two All-Ireland handball semi-finals at Garryhill. First on court was Daniel Fenlon and Oliver Ryan in the Junior doubles.
THE wind won't win you a game in any sport, but sometimes it can be a massive help and you may have never heard the expression "that's a 1-6 wind" but in the first half in Dr. Cullen Park, Carlow were playing against a wind that was without doubt worth 1-6 to their opponents Antrim.
Carlow and Kerry served up a very exciting first round All-Ireland Minor C Camogie Championship match at McGrath Park on Saturday last.
This horrific result all boils down to one thing.
Scór Sinsir finally came back to life in Carlow on Saturday as the clubs swapped hurls and balls for wigs and microphones.
Everyone you spoke to last week about the Wexford game said the same thing.
Carlow players had mixed fortunes in their respective finals last week.
With so much expected of this Carlow Junior team in 2013 they got off to a winning start in the opening round of the Irish Daily Star National League Division 4 defeating Cavan at the O'Hanrahan's Grounds on Sunday.
PUPILS from Garryhill School were successful at the Allianz Cumann na mBunscol handball championships recently.
The Carlow side lead by five points at half time on Saturday after an impressive 30 minutes of hurling.
Juvenile handball players gathered in Tinryland on Friday night for the presentation of awards for 2012. A very enjoyable night was had by both parents and young players present.
The Carlow Senior footballers have laid down a national league marker for their hurling colleagues to try and match after winning both their opening games this year.
More than two hundred members, supporters and special guests packed into The Seven Oaks Hotel, Carlow on Friday night, 8 February for The Fighting Cocks GAA Club' annual dinner dance.
Carlow's rugby team put up a brave show in this second round of the of the 2013 Towns Cup away to Ashbourne but endured a cruel 12 to 10 point loss. Four prodigious long range penalty kicks for Ashbourne outscored Carlow's converted try and penalty.
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