Hurling-and-FootballSports Capital Grant: Last weekend The Harps GAA were delighted to hear that an allocation of €90,000 was awarded to the project that will include a new gym room, toilets, ball wall and a new entrance to the club grounds at Durrow. Great credit is due to the Development Committee for their hard work in achieving the grant.

Double Silverware for Harps Teams: Last weekend saw the Senior hurlers and the Junior B hurlers in two league finals that formed a double-header in Rathdowney. The Junior B hurlers took to the field first to play the Division 5 Hurling League Final against Borris-Kilcotton and after a close fought game, the Harps emerged victorious on a scoreline of 0-14 to 1-08. Next up the Senior hurlers faced Clonad in the Division 1A Hurling League Final. The Harps played a good game of hurling with well taken scores throughout to win the final on a scoreline of 3-18 to 1-12. Well done to both teams on their wins.

Upcoming Fixtures: The following games will take place over the coming weeks. Home team named first unless otherwise stated. Fixtures correct at time of print – check website first for possible changes.

  • July 20th: Senior Hurling Championship – The Harps V Clough-Ballacolla in O’Moore Park at 6pm
  • July 21st: Minor B Football Qualifier – Rosenallis V Harps Gaels at 7.45pm
  • July 23rd: Junior Football Championship – The Harps V Portlaoise at 7.45pm (Venue to be decided)

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Recent Results: Selected match reports are available on website.

  • July 7th: Minor Hurling League Quarter Final – Harps Gaels 3-18 V 0-11 St Fintans Gaels