St. Patricks Day in Croke Park is the aim for every GAA club in Ireland, and it is a proud occasion for Galway club Clarinbridge as they aim for All-Ireland success. They play Kilkenny and Leinster champs O'Loughlin Gaels at 2pm.
This will be a titanic battle, but Clarinbridge are used to that this year, with the Galway final going to a replay v Loughrea, not to mention the great game and extra time v De la Salle Waterford in the All-Ireland semi.
With that, all in Kinvara GAA wish them the best of luck and it would be great to have the Cup coming to the shores of Galway Bay for the first time ever. Of course they were there in 2001, but fell short to kingpins Birr. So hopefully this time around sees better luck.
Best of luck on your achievements so far, and we hope to see Tommy Moore in the 'bridge Thursday night!